Streetcars in New Orleans have been an integral part of the city’s public transportation network since the first half of the 19th century. The longest of New Orleans’ streetcar lines, the St. Charles Avenue Streetcar, is the oldest continuously operating street railway system in the world, according to the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Today, the streetcars are operated by the New Orleans Regional Transit Authority (RTA). (wiki)
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DÃ©solÃ© Ryan mais l’image est flou et une dominante bleutÃ©e
je viens de donner une croix regard transformÃ©, c’est la raison pour les couleurs funky .. 😉
Cool shot-interesting that it runs through the grass and not the street!
Such a cool and sweet shot . Love this framing and cool tones 🙂
love the navy blue trees 🙂 it’s a very pretty picture
cracker! feels like the 70’s.
I have never seen a streetcar run along a grassy patch such as this. What a cool shot Rian.
This is a cool photo and something I’ve never seen before. It’s amazing how the power lines for the train run right through the trees and how the train is so close to the tree line.
Cool perspective, love the cross processed feel.
i can hear it approaching, great angle!
Way to get out on those tracks for the shot!
Nicely taken. This could be mistaken as a shot taken in many small cities in Europe.
Great shot seeing it coming right at you!
lovely. Excellent focus.
I like to go by trams, but all of them becomes in Moscow less. (