Monday, June 4, 2012
Whoo whoo! Talking over the trains at the Parkville Car Cruise
One thing that is not particularly peaceful about this event is the train traffic. The Farmer’s Market parking lot at English Landing Park is right next to a railroad crossing, and a Burlington Northern locomotive seemed to be blasting through there every five minutes. I’m not sure if it’s all that annoying. Maybe it just adds to the charm. But at any rate, the constant rail activity is part of the downtown Parkville experience, whether you like it or not.
Early Camaros were also pretty easy to find here, but there were a couple of genuine knockouts. A nice Butternut Yellow ’67 RS/SS coupe looked downright appetizing sitting on its correct Rally Wheels. And a Marina Blue ’67 RS coupe with factory air, a vinyl top and accessory wire wheel covers that pulled in just as we were about to leave really caught my attention.
While you’re waiting, check out the slideshow below.
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