It must be one YOU took. Let's see some great pictures. They don't have to be the typical 3/4 shot. Anything that struck you as a good picture. This is one of mine. A good but very intense engineer and a good buddy on the SP 2472 one early morning. DonDSC_0298

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The SP 2472 en route to Hearst to meet the UP 844.  We stopped to let a freight pass.Waiting to Cross the Street with Conatainer Train in Background  Don...thanks for the opportunity!  Matt

Superintendent, Inland Valley Division, Brisbane & Bushong Railroad

Railway termini are our gates to the glorious and the unknown. Through them we pass out into adventure and sunshine, to them, alas! we return.
Edward M. Forster

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261 from a moving car.

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I always liked the artistic quality of this shot of the CP Empress, as it thundered past at around 50 mph, in the light rain. The camera didn't quite freeze the motion of the drivers.

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My wife worked for the IRS when I met her.  Back in, I think, 1988 she had to go to Hagerstown on a business trip and I went with her.  While she was at a meeting I took a ride around the city and saw smoke rising from a roundhouse to the side of the road I was on.  I stopped at the office and asked if I could go back and they said sure:

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MODELING SOUTHEAST VIRGINIA

4+ years and STILL Having A Blast Running BPRC

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611’s Inaugural run from Manassas to Front Royal. I took my two sons, had a great ride, and took this photo.

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