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Any railroad/train enthusiasts here?  Do you ever pay any attention to the graffiti on train cars?

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      Tuliplady wrote Aug 16, 2013
    • I’ve always loved trains.  My hubby and my daughter both work mere feet away from the railroad tracks.  Every morning or every couple mornings, I get to see a new set of train cars and the graffiti thereon.  There are some really talented artists out there, and then there are some people who you assume flunked out of school in kindergarten.




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      Yana Berlin wrote Aug 16, 2013
    • I can’t never run out of anything, my husband LOVES Costco, he buys everything often. I have a garage full of stuff that I can use probably for a year. estatic




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      Msowens wrote Aug 17, 2013
    • There are train tracks and trains where I live, but I see only a little graffiti  on them, nothing spectacular. Now on some bridges/overpass and buildings that’s another story. There is a lot of graffiti , but I find that to be very disrespectful spraying all that graffiti  on other people property without permission.




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      Tuliplady wrote Aug 18, 2013
    • We really never see it on buildings here.  Only once in awhile on bridges and stuff.  but the train cars come from the big cities.  

      With or without spray paint on them, I still love the rumble and clatter of a freight train.




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