Railroad Semantics: Better Living Through Graffiti & Train Hopping

Railroad Semantics Better Living Through Graffiti Train Hopping Devoted to train hopping graffiti and railroad culture Aaron Dactyl s Railroad Semantics series describes the sights sounds successes and defeats of exploring the western U S by freight train Th

  • Title: Railroad Semantics: Better Living Through Graffiti & Train Hopping
  • Author: Aaron Dactyl
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Devoted to train hopping, graffiti, and railroad culture, Aaron Dactyl s Railroad Semantics series describes the sights, sounds, successes, and defeats of exploring the western U.S by freight train The first four Railroad Semantics books are collected here for the first time In their pages, you ll see epic, hidden works of art, read up on rail lore and riding tips, meetDevoted to train hopping, graffiti, and railroad culture, Aaron Dactyl s Railroad Semantics series describes the sights, sounds, successes, and defeats of exploring the western U.S by freight train The first four Railroad Semantics books are collected here for the first time In their pages, you ll see epic, hidden works of art, read up on rail lore and riding tips, meet rail workers and fellow adventurers, and experience the perils and glories of life in rail yards, train cars, small towns, and encampments.

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    About "Aaron Dactyl"

    1. Aaron Dactyl

      Aaron Dactyl is a photo journalist and hobo living in Eugene, OR He has been traveling via freights since the 90s and documenting these trips He is a freelance photographer and his work has appeared in the Indecline Times, The Reader, Whisky Business Review, Pacific Northwest Buzzard News, and XXX Weekly.

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