Railroad Car Graffiti Photos from Nick Moskaluk

Nick Moskaluk enjoys hearing everyone’s story, which is why graffiti on railroad cars intrigues him. Every car has a story as it travels coast to coast, and the art along the sides perfectly expresses that journey.

“Too many people are very quick to dismiss the graffiti that covers these rail cars off as vandalism and I guess it could be hard to argue against that but you have to respect the effort that goes into making any one of these pieces. Maybe it’s the colours, the shapes, the tag lines or the unique murals but I think the one thing that keeps pulling me back to shooting these pieces is the mystery of who, when, where and why they were done.”

railroad graffiti

railroad graffiti

railroad graffiti

railroad graffiti

railroad graffiti

railroad graffiti

railroad graffiti

railroad graffiti

railroad graffiti

railroad graffiti

railroad graffiti

See more of Nick’s photography on his website.

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  1. Candida Tate

    Not a comment as much as a question. I live in an area where you can hear the train no matter where you go. One day as I was waiting patiently for the train to pass I noticed a man and a woman parked near the tracks each with photography equipment, not unusual in and of itself. Then a certain car came up (or a grafitti design) and the guy got super excited, fist pumping, jumping up and down. I just wondered if there is a genre focused on this? I was curious about what was going on but my 8 year old begged me to not go up to strangers and begin asking questions.

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