Tag: railphotos

  • September 1995, part 3

    September 1995, part 3

    Once I got the picture taking thing started 20 years ago, I just kept going. Thankfully, I should be a little more mobile, which is a good thing, since between the Sat-box, my PC, and Solar heating, I may have Nelly beat on heat generation. The next photo set I blog will be from October…

  • September 1995, Part 2

    September 1995, Part 2

    More photos from September of 1995

  • Got nothing better to do…

    Got nothing better to do…

    With the foot injury immobilizing me for a while, I pretty much have all my negatives from early ’95 rescanned. Now saved to flickr are some previously unreleased goodies 🙂

  • Back to when it all began…

    Back to when it all began…

    I’ve been doing this picture-taking thing for 20 years now. To close out this 20th year, I pulled out my old negative folder and scanned several negatives from that first year.

  • Recent Railfan Photography

    Recent Railfan Photography

    Okay, it’s been a while, but I have taken a few trips railfanning lately.

  • Standing on the Edge of Time

    Standing on the Edge of Time

    Today’s archive re-scanning goes back to November 3, 2001…

  • Amtrak Heritage Sweep

    Amtrak Heritage Sweep

    In 2011, Amtrak painted a group of locomotives in special 40th Anniversary paint schemes resembling the different paint schemes on its locomotives. As a Depot Redux volunteer, I usually greet the Amtrak train on Saturday mornings. I’ve kept a lookout for the heritage units as well. Within a year’s time, I had seen every one…

  • Officers’ special

    Officers’ special

    Today, Amtrak had an officers’ special to bring awareness of the Southwest Chief (and the possibility of it being forced to re-route if funding to upgrade and maintain the line between Newton and Albuquerque cannot be found)

  • Rail photos from May 19

    Rail photos from May 19

  • A Saturday on the Union Pacific

    A Saturday on the Union Pacific

    I went into Perry to deliver gifts for my nieces and to get to know mybaby sister a little bit. After that, I decided to head a couple of blocks over to the Union Pacific mainline to catch what was going on.