Old advertisements painted on the sides of brick buildings last forever, often exposing themselves to the present. SnowFlake Sodas are no different.
Photos and Videos
As an amateur photographer and videographer, I’ve captured many images that give a look into history and railroading. Much of the subject matter takes place around the Platte River Valley in Eastern Nebraska as well as the Minneapolis/Saint Paul metro area and surrounding communities.
In reading through a 1910 Coey’s School of Motoring lesson, we learn some valuable lessons that can be applied to our daily lives, like the fact that “there is enough air for us all.” And we crack open a can of 1893 Pepsi (a reproduction of the original recipe)
Just trying to get this started to see if it becomes a thing I do
During a recent trip I constrained myself to telling a story of Washington, D.C. only through light and blossoms.
Spring is starting to emerge in the nation’s capital and in the first set of photos from my trip I try to incorporate that feeling of beauty.
Burlington Northern 325, Great Northern 400 (Hustle Muscle), and BNSF 7765 pose for a family picture at the Jackson Street Roundhouse.
As I look at another covering of white here in the Twin Cities, I can’t help but think back to a train spotting experience in Nebraska several years ago.
In 1995, on a trip through Colorado, my dad and I stopped to take a ride to the top of Pikes Peak on the cog railway.