Tag Archives: IF YOU LIKE “TRAIN PICTURES”
From time to time, I visit my collection of slides and other image formats that I have accumulated since the year I started taking photographs, 1961, and select my “favorites” of the day. Here are today’s selections. Click to enlarge. … Continue reading
A good friend of my wife, from high school days, sent me a photograph she found in the house she bought. Knowing my interest in railroads, she sent it to me. Bingo! It is a photograph of UPRR #3657, a “bull … Continue reading
My wife has breast cancer and is receiving chemotherapy at the Todd Cancer center in Long Beach. The Metro blue line runs nearby and I walked over to the Willow St. station to check it out. I spent a little … Continue reading
The UPRR main line to Las Vegas, and points east, crosses the San Gabriel River west of Beverly and circles around to the north of Rose Hills on its way to Riverside Junction. The branch line to Los Nietos yard … Continue reading
The SPRR bought diesel – hydraulic locomotives from a West German locomotive builder as an experiment. The concept of using diesel engines, as the primary power source for railroad locomotives, was relatively new in 1964 when compared to steam engines. … Continue reading
Click on any image to enlarge I picked these images from today’s slide scanning session for no other reason than I like them. Perhaps you will also.