Minnesota's rail history through photos
You’re driving through town, eyes on the road ahead of you and suddenly you see it — that red- and white-striped arm lowering slowly into your path as lights flash beside it.
It’s a scenario many people envision when they think about railroads.
“And that’s about the only thought they give to them,” said Steve Glischinski, a man eager to provide people with a different perspective.
Glischinski grew up the son of an airline pilot, but his dad’s hobbies stretched far beyond planes.