This old railroad lift bridge is a must do location for photos. You used to be able to climb up a hill next to the bridge but with all the foot traffic it has become really steep. (disclaimer: these tracks are privately owned and there is only one train a week that crawls over it) The only way to get to the bridge was to park about a mile away and walk the tracks to the bridge. Hannah told me that the walk to the bridge would be an adventure....lol!! We got about two-thirds into our shoot and I took my 1000th look down the tracks to make sure the one and only train wasn't approaching when I saw these bright lights coming down the track...yikes. it was about a mile away but the only way off the bridge was to slither down the steep hill since walking back down the tracks to my vehicle was no longer an option. We got down in plenty of time but it make for that adventure Hannah predicted! (note: this story will be journaled on an accompanying page)


Supplies: All Designer Digitals


Katie Pertiet:
Cutting Files: 3x4 Arrow Cards No. 1
Calne Scrapbooking Collection
Misted Chevrons Brushes and Stamps No. 01
Iconic Spots Brushes and Stamps No. 01



Lynn Grieveson:
Steam Friends Kit
Chuff Chuff Kit


The Grunge Source:
Pavement Paper Pack


Cathy Zielske:
Toothy Seaside Paper Pack


Ali Edwards:
The Story Titles Brushes and Stamps



thanks for taking a peek Smile