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Train Hopping Photos By Mike Brodie Shine A Spotlight On The Gritty World Of America's Drifters - these are incredible.

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Life on the rails with train-hoppers and vagabonds by Mike Brodie

Mike Brodie, Yoni Kifle // Portland, Oregon

Mike Brodie - Tones of Dirt and Bone - Yonie Kifle // Portland, Oregon (diptych) 2005

Photographer: Mike Brodie. At 18, photographer Mike Brodie left home and hopped trains across the United States. He spent three years photographing the train hoppers and vagabonds he encountered.

Mike Brodie

At photographer Mike Brodie left home and hopped trains across the United States. He spent three years photographing the train hoppers and vagabonds he encountered. More photos below.

Mike Brodie

a young girl, dressed in a parka and holding an American flag, lies down in a train car

POLAROID KIDD at NEEDLES+PENS

Mike Brodie again, this time with some more of his Polaroid work.

Not Your Typical Travelogue: A Photographer’s Train-Hopping Adventures

The first time Swampy hopped a freight train, he was He was traveling north of his native California when he ran into a train-hopping friend in Portland, Oregon, who suggested they hitch a ride…

Freight train rider on her way to Montreal

Freight train riders hitching an undetected and unsafe ride to Montreal.

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