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  1. Open Door Policy?

    Open Door Policy?

    That is the Elkhart, IN, station in the background.
  2. Metro North MOW Workers

    Metro North MOW Workers

    A Metro North MOW crew replacing spikes the old-fashioned way.
  3. Metro North F-10

    Metro North F-10

    Not many of these left--a Metro North F-10 pulls duty on the Danbury Branch.
  4. Eurostar

    Eurostar

    Eurostar, soon after arriving, Gare du Nord, Paris.
  5. Peirce

    Comment by 'Peirce' in media 'Sounder 911 "SEAHAWK"'

    Imaginative locomotive painting is almost a lost art, aptly revived here. Glad you were able to capture the results.
  6. Peirce

    Comment by 'Peirce' in media 'MOW also means People'

    Well, this is volunteer labor in the Danbury Railway Museum's yard. Is there a class 99?
  7. Peirce

    Comment by 'Peirce' in media 'Teamed up an ready'

    Agree, the building makes a great backdrop and also serves to frame the main object. Great color, too. The light angle must have been prefect as well. You have unusually good detail in the area of the trucks.
  8. MOW also means People

    MOW also means People

    MOW isn't all equipment. People are necessary to run the machines. Sometimes they must do some of the work by hand.
  9. Alco RS-1, with Railfan

    Alco RS-1, with Railfan

    Old pix - using for test. This is a shot of a railfan doing his "job" at the Danbury Railway Museum's 2000 Railfair. (This is why I believe this a better location than "Freight Trains.")





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