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Steve Ember

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Trundling along on her wide-gauge rails on this autumn afternoon, the Baltimore Streetcar Museum's
Car No. 264 is returning to her terminus with a load of passengers experiencing "the way it used to be."

This wooden bodied car, lovingly maintained by the museum, was built in 1900
and ran on the streets of Baltimore for many years. Her sides were removable
to allow "air-conditioned" comfort for her passengers on hot summer days.

Photo + Design ©2015 Steve Ember

Steve Ember
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Comments 7

  • Bernd Jöhnk 12/10/2015 21:43

    Nostalgie pur !
    Gruß Bernd
  • s. sabine krause 11/05/2015 18:02

    an image that for some (obvious?) reason makes me think john sloan ("sixth avenue" for example) and john dos passos ("manhattan transfer"). great, how the train tracks are guiding us right into the shot! in fact, the immediacy of the point of view makes me feel a bit like an anachronistic guinea pig placed on the tracks for a trolley problem…* ; )) greetings, sabine.
    *just in case:
  • sandhöfer reloaded 10/28/2015 20:31

    Black and white is good for this picture.
    Wonderful old tram and tracks !
    Greetings from Mannheim
  • Matthias Moritz 10/25/2015 17:23

    great shot with a nostalgic touch!
  • Hans-Günther Schöner 10/24/2015 9:14

    Ich mag solch herrlich nostalgische Aufnahmen sehr !!!

    Top !!!!!

  • Carlo.Pollaci 10/23/2015 22:39

    Image delicious..
    Best regards,
  • viola d 10/23/2015 17:56

    I love trams! I even travelled to Lisbon to take a ride in one of these wonderful historic trams:)
    This one looks great too. Wish I could be there!
    Bw, Viola