a-z archive: t! challenge (train)
Tuesday, May 15: This week’s topic for our A-Z ARCHIVE Tuesday’s photo challenge: the letter “T”: introduce one photo of your own archive with a “T” keyword for example TRAFFIC (like FrizzText) or TRAINS, TOMATOES and TEAPOTS, TOKYO and THAILAND, the TITANIC or TANKS, TIBET and TRUST, TALKMASTERS or TRACTORS, TRACKS or TEARS, TANGO or TYPEWRITERS etc.
Here’s mine: a train on the Randen Railway Kitano line at Ryoanji Station in Kyoto, Japan. It’s an electric railway that connects the center of Kyoto with the western suburb of Arashiyama, and it must be the cutest little train I’ve ever seen. It’s painted a cheery purple color and consists of only one car, driven by a pressed and uniformed driver with a little conductor hat and white gloves. It makes a clanging noise as it rumbles along the tracks and drops me eventually in the suburb, where I wander down the street, captivated by pretty little thingies in shop windows.