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Great Railroad Photography



Eight great photo essays crossing the boundaries of photographic style and expression!

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Brought to you by the editors of Railfan & Railroad Magazine, Great Railroad Photography 2010 features the exciting work of eight photographers spanning the range of style and expression. Howard Ande explores the lure of railroad photography in his "Trackside Observances." Taking his time and enjoying every moment with his subject, Steve Crise explores the wonderful possibilities at the Nevada Northern in "Same Time Next Year." Karl Zimmerman takes us back to the early 1970s and the waning years of western electrification as he tracked "The Charismatic Motors of the Milwaukee Road." Keith Burgess explores "Railroading's Dark Side" and discovers the dramatic world or railroading after sundown. While the Santa Fe rolled into history more than 14 years ago, Elrond Lawrence continues "Searching for Chico" and finding strong reminders throughout California. Returning to his roots, Kevin Scanlon is fascinated by "The Outline of Metal Against the Sky" in and around Pittsburgh. Drawing comparisons to Japan's high-speed network, Scott Lothes explains why the Northeast Corridor is where "The Past Meets the Future." We take a fond look back at a heavy Appalachian coal-hauler as Ron Flanary offers tribute to the old Clinchfield Railroad, "The Quick Service Route."

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