OK, in scanning my negatives, Started in June, went through to August, then switched and started from the Top in January. I guess that means I resume in September, right?
August 23, 1995 – Fall Sports Jamboree @ Haskell Stadium
Continue reading September 1995, part 1
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 🙂
Continue reading Got nothing better to do…
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.
Continue reading Back to when it all began…
Okay, it’s been a while, but I have taken a few trips railfanning lately.
Continue reading Recent Railfan Photography
Today’s archive re-scanning goes back to November 3, 2001…
Bonus points to anyone who can guess where I pulled the title of this post from 🙂
Continue reading Standing on the Edge of Time
This week, the Turkey Creek division of the NMRA held its monthly meeting at the home of two of its members. The purpose was to introduce some of its members who live south of the Missouri River to have a look at the model railroad work of their northlander counterparts. I took a whole bunch of photos of the two layouts.
Continue reading Two Kansas City northland layouts
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)
Continue reading Officers’ special
I went into Perry to deliver gifts for my nieces and to get to know my
Continue reading A Saturday on the Union Pacific
baby 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.
‘Twas the Monday before Christmas, and activity on the Union Pacific was blowing through the snow-covered landscape. There’s also a late Amtrak 4.
Continue reading Snow Trains