I have been using these images of a CUMBRES & TOLTEC SCENIC RAILROAD snow clearance train, that I obtained while I was a paying paying rider of the charter train that followed, as my computer screen saver file. They deserve … Continue reading →
Posted in DIESEL LOCOMOTIVES, HOW THIS & THAT IS DONE, NARROW GAUGE RAILROADS, NEVER AGAIN TO BE SEEN, RAILROAD HISTORY IN PICTURES, STEAM LOCOMOTIVES, STEEP GRADES, THE RIGHT-OF-WAY, THE WAY IT WAS
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Several years ago, I slowly worked my way up Echo Canyon road, all the while synchronizing my thoughts to the vibrations of history which permeate the canyon. The frantic race with the Central Pacific for maximum miles of construction, that … Continue reading →
These photographs were taken one smoggy day at the famous Tehachapi Loop. The loop and adjacent area is always good for a busy show. The loop is an astounding sight and is well worth the trip; you will not be disappointed. … Continue reading →
I recently was browsing images in my archive of photographs I’ve taken over the years. Just for the hell-of-it, I selected and edited the images below. No story is told by the images shown, except, I had a great time … Continue reading →
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I have been photographing trains in the Cajon Pass since about 1960. I have observed many changes to the right-of-way over the years and recently I returned to Summit Station area for an update. While there, I photographed a BNSF … Continue reading →