42 Minutes Away
Contrary to the ingenious method of transportation described by Lewis Carroll in his book "Sylvie and Bruno Concluded," where a train propelled by gravitational force would take around 42 minutes to reach any destination on earth, I didn't have to wait so much to create this photo.
Since they were running at a much faster tempo, all I had to do was waiting to have the trains accelerating in both sides of the image and then compose them on a final single shot.
This was also one of the rare occasions were I noticed the moiré effect caused by lack of low pass filter on the camera's sensor, but it doesn't disturb the overall image. Set of 5 brackets shot on a Sony a7r and processed with photoshop.