Who can resist the romance of sloping railroad tracks, the textures of that rock, or those jagged telegraph lines? If you weren't sure of it already, I'll admit it: I love this image and it makes me want to take a long, slow train ride as soon as possible. This particular negative was found in the collection of Mr. Fred Bodin, a prolific photographer and collector who was active in the New England area. After Mr. Bodin's death, HIP was fortunate enough to purchase his archives, which include thousands of images, many of which were taken by his grandmother, Alice Curtis. We're not exactly sure who took this particular shot, but it may have been taken by Ms. Curtis. In any case, we hope your new case of railroad wanderlust is now as intoxicating as ours.