Julio1fer wrote:That restored waiting room brings memories; as a boy I would travel by train from my small town to the big city. Thanks for these documentaries, PF.
The two-stories chimney picture in the set is nice, is that a stitched pano?
Thanks, Julio. The station in my hometown was about the same size as the Virginian one, but was all one building, so there was more interior room. I used to work out of there when I first started on the railroad. The city wanted it for a community center, but the railroad wouldn't sell it to them, and called in a contractor one Sunday to knock it down.
Are you referring to the chimney photo I uploaded a couple of days ago? If so, that is not in this set, and was taken with a different camera and film, and is not a pano. Now if you are talking about the wide view of the Virginian Railway Station Museum front with the mountain looming in the background, yes, that is a five image stitch (by "two-stories chimney", I think you mean the passenger and freight sections of the station with the breezeway in between, and their respective chimneys). We commonly refer to a story as one level in a single or multi level building.