Bryrup and Vrads, two villages in each end of the about 5 km long track.
From the last of the 1800s until about 50 years ago.
Denmark had really many small local railways.
Then there came times when it became modern to abolish them.
What many citizens and decision makers regret today.
Sommige waren helemaal verdwenen en werden deel van landbouwland.
Others became recreational trails, biking trails, riding trails, etc.
A few places still have the rails with vintage trains, always in private administration.
Just for summer events and a lot of tourists.
A walk inspired from wonderful “Restlessjo” and her “Monday walk” themes.
Probably he don’t cares about train departures, he have his bike.?
History appears sometimes unexpectedly out of the smokescreen.
Here in the english countryside on the border between Lancashire and North Yorkshire.
Train arriving Lime Street Station in Liverpool.
Cee and her Odd Ball Challenge and the worth visiting inspiring challenges.
If we didn’t know better, we would think that these trains are distinctive with this front.
It could be the train’s toilet, very troublesome to use, at least while the train is moving.
How can we see if it is in use without climb out to see if the red dot in the lock is on.?
So no, probably not the toilet.
Nature in the mood for color party just now and beats the trains with several lengths.
Gare de i’Est in the city of Paris.
Trains, platforms, railway tracks and information boards.
All ingredients in traces of the past.
While at the same time it can be clues for the future.
The inspirng ‘track’ from Paula’s Thursday’s Special this week “Traces of the past“
A train between two railway stations must be nearby the most off-centre.
Here a german DB train (Deutsche Bundesbahn) an early morning.
With the inspiration from Ailsa and her absolutly worth visting blog
this is a version of the travel theme “Off-centre“