Carlisle, Arkansas, is located right along the old Rock Island Railroad. In 1931 (to pick a random year), you could board a train in downtown Little Rock and go straight to Carlisle. Now, the town is bare of railroad, but the old passenger station remains - in remarkably good shape. Some more photos after the jump.
Od crossing signs and signals were lying in the grass near the station. They clearly hadn't been moved in years; some of them had sunken partially into the ground.
|Wipe that grin off your face young man|
There's me, waitin' on the three o'clock Rocket. Too bad it'll never arrive.