This tunnel, once used by t he Fredericksburg & Northern Railway, is today a habitat for Mexican bats, which attract many visitors at dusk. The site near Fredericksburg has been designated a historic location by the Texas Historical Commission. Shot with an Olympus 4/3 format E-420 and an Olympus 14-42 zoom lens. Raw development in DxO Optics Pro 9 via Lightroom 5.3. Post processing in Viveza 2, Topaz photoFXlab, Topaz Adjust 5 amd PhotoLine 18.
Texas Historical Marker for the abandoned tunnel of the Fredericksburg & Northern Railway near Fredericksburg, Texas. Located near Comfort in Kendall County. Photo processing in Lightroom, Topaz Adjust and PhotoLine.
Abandoned tunnel of the Fredericksburg & Northern Railway. This 920-foot tunnel was constructed in 1913 to open a faster trade route between Fredericksburg and San Antonio, Texas. The railroad operated until 1942, when the trackage was sold for scrap.
Entrance to the tunnel used by the Fredericksburg & Northern Railway to shorten the route between Fredericksburg, Texas and San Antonio. Built in 1913 and abandoned in 1942, when the trackage was sold for scrap. Processed in Lightroom 5, PhotoLine 17, Topaz photoFXlab, Topaz Adjust, Topaz Detail and Topaz Clarity.