It always blows my mind when people get hit by a train. How can you not hear, see or feel it coming???Great shot, I love all the primary colors!
Seems to cover the basic warning signs.Wow.
I agree Randy, the more signs the better in a situation like this if it helps avoid tragedy. Very nice grouping here.
I hope this is enough signs then.
Hmmm, it's a gorgeous photo! Even so, more people will get killed until they stop trains altogether. No matter how many warning signs...
Safety first. I do love the colors in your image Randy.
it's amazing to me when that happens, yet it seems to happen too frequently...
Cool shot. Great colours.
Love the pic. We have the same problem here...there's always a few idiots who think they can beat the train or who drive on the tracks and stop before fully across.
Railroad crossings are always a danger to people. Animals are nothing protected against train is a shame.a greeting
That is plenty of warning but it seems it you don't notice a huge train engine bearing down on you, that you might not notice some signs either.
Some people just never learn. Unfortunately when their luck runs out, they tend to take others with them.
Darwin at work...
Wow, that is quite a lot of warnings.
What a fabulous shot this is, Randy!
Yes, you hope that there is enough clues at this crossing for people to get that a train might come. Not everyone looks for signs unfortunately. Great picture.
Amazing and most drivers 'running the train' are adults. Canlclangclangclang. CRASH. Sad days indeed.
There are almost too many signs here. Just reading them all takes a driver's eyes and mind off looking at the track and seeing if a train is there.
Next sign should be a huge "eye." Sad place then...
I think it's sad there's no horn. I don't quite get it why people move close to railroad tracks and THEN complain about the horn. Like, what did they expect?
That's a lot of information...
Now a days that's about what it takes to get people to pay attention.
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