Railways were once the mainline for both shipping and transportation, and while moving goods and passengers via rail is still viable, they train’s heyday is behind it. When a train reaches the end of the tracks it finds itself cast among dozens of other cars in a train graveyard.
Both eery and beautiful these rail graveyards offer a glimpse into the past and convey a sense of adventurous nostalgia. Once mighty locomotives are now left to slowly succumb to the ever creeping hand of rust.
Before heading a to a scrapyard in Germany these trains wait in limbo in a rail hanger.
Uyuni Train Cemetery, Bolivia.
No train will be leaving this Belgian graveyard anytime soon.
These stacked trains are from a scrapyard in Leicester, England.