Photographer's Note

This was taken at the Roundhouse Railroad Museum in Savannah, Georgia. Pictured is the 126-foot tall brick smokestack used by machinists to forge locomotive parts. Built in 1850, the roundhouse is the oldest and largest existing nineteenth-century railroad operations complex in the nation. No longer in operation, it is now a National Historic Landmark site and a museum open to the public, with thirteen of the original buildings still intact.

The people in the photo were students from the nearby Savannah College of Art & Design who were taking a break from filming a documentary on the railroad museum.

Cropped and sharpened.

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