Go Pro Catches Underside Of Freight Train!
Go Pro cameras are adding fun perspectives to railfan photography!
This short clip catches the sunlight at just the angle to give you a really interesting view the train from underneath. Shot at sunset, the light reflects off of the moving wheels and undercarriage of the train as it passes overhead.
This clip emphasizes the importance of NOT BEING ON A RAILROAD TRACK AT ANY TIME! Imagine trying to out run a train at 75 mph which equates to 110 feet per second! Perhaps this explains why so many people misjudge the speed of oncoming trains.
Can you identify the different types of freight cars as they pass overhead?
The Burlington Northern and Santa Fe locomotive featured here most likely is:
Please do not attempt to photograph from the tracks, however entertaining it may be…..thanks