All Aboard! Wisconsin Hiker Finds Mysterious and Deserted Train Cars
Before you lace up your footwear, grab your phone, and start looking for abandoned property, it's very important you understand that you may be breaking the law. Especially, on private property, under no circumstances should you enter the area. By doing so you risk bodily harm and/or prosecution for trespassing on private property.
The location of these abandoned train cars is not mentioned except for "Southern Wisconsin." The hiker was a little apprehensive about walking inside one of the trains. He eventually explored the inside briefly, which you will see in a moment.
There is a rule you need to be aware of when viewing abandoned places through video or photos on social media. You do not ask the specific location of whatever is being explored. Sometimes this "rule" is specified but more or less it is an unwritten rule.
If you must ask do it in a private message, even then it might not be revealed to you.
Out hiking and I happened upon these trains along a track in the woods. They might not be abandoned, but maybe all are used for storage and or possible living areas. Kind of hard to tell and I didn't wanna get shot or something so I didn't peek around the property too much.
This is one of the train cars the hiker crosses paths with. The only car is stepped into had little surprises waiting.
There's a bird nest inside, along with some other random junk.
Let's look closer at this nest.
Yup, little birds trying to chirp and waiting for food. All I can picture is this scene from Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls.
Moving on; there are interior photos scattered in this gallery much like the train cars scattered on this property.
This is a look inside the only car the man entered, filled with randomness.
Here is another car left to waste away. There appeared to be items inside it too.
Back to the train car that the hiker ventured into, there were a few interesting objects. Some appeared to be related to locomotives and the rest was just junk.
I was hoping the hiker would look inside this next car but such was not the case. He did find a message in one of the cars though.
Apparently, there was a roof issue with one of the cars.
The roof leaks! Don't put stuff on top shelf!
These next two cars seem to be attached.
The hiker peeked into another train car and found a bunch of train signals.
If you look closely you can see there are things inside this car too.
There's also a kiddie pool if you need a quick dip. There does not appear to be a lifeguard on duty.
There seems to be junk outside on the other side of these train cars.
It's hard to make out what is behind this car but it's starting to look like an impromptu salvage yard.
I wonder what these numbers mean.
All-in-all, it was an interesting site.
Here's the video if you want to hear the sound of footsteps on top of thousands of little pebbles. But, how about an abandoned meth house or creepy toys strung up along an abandoned motel?