Tales from rail
Storytelling, my negligent parents, trains, sugar and the South.
Conversation with a Caboose Operator
When a favorite icon becomes a dated relic
A large man in a small seat
A promise to keep
The search for an escape.
Right place, right time
(talk to the computer)
The alienated feelings of a winter commute
A story of how I judged a man, decided to give him a chance, and learnt a valuable life lesson. All in 15 minutes.
My brief brief impressions
Driving a train in autumn
Beijing West station is huge. It sprawls in a way that western railway stations don’t have room to.
Taking a train in the Midwestern United States isn't a popular option.
"Get in!" shouts the guard, blowing his whistle and frantically gesturing at the door of the First Great Western 19:15 to Bristol Temple…
At Gothenburg station, on the south-west coast of Sweden on a showery August afternoon, passengers gather for the 14:12 to Stockholm.
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