Videos Urban Exploration – ABANDONED – Old Steam Trains and Coaches admin 9 years ago 15 Comments Prev Article Next Article x Bookmark Urban Exploration : Abandoned – Old Steam Trains and Coaches History Below Website: Facebook: https:// Twitter: … Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts Flooded Mine Exploration: The Hubbard Mine admin November 4, 2014 Abandoned Georgia admin November 22, 2014 Vége van… Köszönök mindent! admin December 27, 2014 In Abandoned Places admin November 8, 2014 Ghost Places #2 – Underground Cemetery admin November 30, 2014 Torrington Dairy Crest 4 Urban Exploration UK admin April 27, 2015 About The Author admin More from this Author 15 Comments Justin Voelker January 6, 2015 Is that Steamtown??? Log in to Reply Moonray Silversky January 6, 2015 I love trains,nice to see these,especially the one that said 1920’s on it.Hopefully,most of them can be restored.The stills are beautiful,almost otherworldly with the clouds in the background.Great video,really enjoyed it! Log in to Reply Richard Wirt January 6, 2015 They should restore them and use them again. the engines that is they can i think the cars are to far gone good vid steve Log in to Reply Loki January 6, 2015 great video. I would give anything to be the first person that finds something interesting abandoned, before all the graffiti and crap that is. sadly I actually like graffiti as an art form but it really ruins some interesting places imo. anyway the graffiti comment was not meant for this video persay but I felt like parking my rant here do to laziness I suppose. keep up the great work, I can’t get enough of your videos. Log in to Reply TikiTrex January 6, 2015 Very interesting. Last year, my son told me of an old early 1900s snow plow in a CP Rail yard that they had sitting off on an overgrown siding that was accessible but had some vandalism. By the time I got there, it was gone. I think they finally moved it for scrap. Too bad. I was desperate to get inside and film it for some variety even though I’m not a big train person. Great job on the video as always, Steve. Log in to Reply slider2732 January 6, 2015 Great footage in the conditions. Was that an electric driver coach + car set at 4:20 ? Log in to Reply Andrew Brendan January 6, 2015 When I was very young my grandparents lived in Gary, Indiana, with freight yard or switching yard (?) behind the house. I didn’t know we were in an undesirable location: I thought it was great! Little boys and trains: now there’s a combination! I recall riding, though not well, Monon trains from Bloomington, Indiana, to Gary and back; also riding the South Shore interurban trains between Gary and Chicago and the Burlington commuter trains to and from Naperville, Illinois, and Chicago. My grandfather “rode the rails” during the Depression looking for work and even years later when things were better he said that when he heard a train whistle he wanted to get aboard. Log in to Reply Thayer January 6, 2015 That was Great, beautiful old trains!! Log in to Reply Curiosity January 6, 2015 You would have thought they would at least take the locomotives inside. Wish I was a billionaire, but then that is probably why I’m not… 🙂 The mic was fine. Got my first test in the first shot with the firing up of the engine, whamo on the head sets… 🙂 Nice work… Log in to Reply Jo-Anne Flavel January 6, 2015 Hi Steve once again a stunning vid, with amazing clarity. The work of a pro. I must admit that I am biased to trains and trams. Also how is your German Shepard dog going? Log in to Reply monica sheldrake January 6, 2015 Wow not your abandoned houses but wow some cool train man well done Hunni xx Log in to Reply asankaw1 January 6, 2015 wow.. what a day to go hunting..this was my first time on a abandoned train.. wow.. that was crazy.. specaill the train @3:40.. what kind of train was that? anyway awesome old trains.. i bet the old ghosts are still seated on those old seats and waiting go somewhere.. (too much imagination) great video.. thanks for getting soaked and getting the video to us.. Log in to Reply BellinghamsterTrail January 6, 2015 I would love to see all of these old trails preserved but it would cost millions. It just doesn’t seem right to leave them out in the weather to rust up. Log in to Reply Earl V January 6, 2015 Location must have been near a busy hospital with all the sirens. Log in to Reply momma hudz January 6, 2015 Have you ever visited the plane graveyard? Would love to see that. Log in to Reply Add Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.