11/6/17

Forgotten World Adventures

Combining golf carts and railroad tracks was a spark of inspiration. Click here to find out more. 
We took the 5-tunnel rail tour last week and saw some wonderful scenery that
you wouldn't see from the highway. Here is some and there will be more later!

This is inside the longest tunnel (1.5k or .9 miles) we went through. The arch on the left is the largest of many openings where the workers could step out of the way of the trains.









18 comments:

diane b said...

That sounds like a fun trip. My hubby would love it. Where is it exactly?

Wolfgang Nie├čen said...

Wonderful impressions. That is exactly what I like.

Many greetings
Wolfgang

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Now that is my kinda trip! What fun and beauty... YAM xx

Tom said...

...I've seen these small car several time around here, looks like fun.

Prunella Pepperpot said...

Gosh, amazing! It looks like so much fun.
Have a brilliant week :)

Erica Sta said...

Interesting... I enjoyed this Post.
Heidrun XO

jeannettestgermain said...

Love the mystery in your first capture! It looks like a fun trip! Both the train and the golf carts (did you go golfing too?) Yesterday I met an Australian couple who are moving to Colorado - do you think they'll have culture shock? Love you shared the trip with All Seasons!

Christine said...

What an inspired idea to give tours of this area on golf carts! Love it!

Jim said...

Cool. Great shots.
Sydney – City and Suburbs

Villrose said...

Adventourous!

Rajesh said...

Going through that tunnel is definitely awesome experience.

Klara said...

so cool. great scenery and, I am sure, great ride.

Liz Powley said...

So stunningly green! Wow, gorgeous. And you are right, such a great idea :D Thanks for the sneak peek.

Best wishes,
Liz

Lady Fi said...

What a fun idea!

Penelope Puddlisms said...

Oh, those tunnels are fantastic! A dark mysterious hide-out amid the rolling green hills!

Rose said...

Oh, I so love these....I would love to see New Zealand...my niece came there a few months ago. I know she enjoyed her trip.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

What a unique idea! We would love to experience something like that! Even on a “regular” passenger train, you see scenery that you never do from the highway. This obviously was way more than that and more fun too!

Molly said...

This looks like a fabulous adventure

Mollyx