And we continue on with the 2012 photo recap, with this post moving onto the second quarter of 2012. During this three month span the subjects ranged from the usual railroad photos, to submarines, a new bridge, a locomotive shop and a two-day photo charter. So does that mean I’ll pick more photos? Read on and find out…
Yep, for the second installment at the look back at 2012’s photos I decided to pick 9 photos instead of the usual 6. My picks for this three month period include the Connecticut Southern Railroad’s new Hartford Shops grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony, the new Niantic River drawbridge along with the good old Shaw’s Cove swing bridge, both on Amtrak’s Shore Line, a little different look at a train leaving Conrail’s Manville NJ yard, a US Navy submarine returning to the sub base in Groton, a detail shot of a Valley Railroad fireman doing part of his job, and the one event that led to the increase in photos – the Lerro Productions photo charter on the Valley Railroad. For that event, I picked out three of my favorites from the two day photo-fiesta. If you’d like to check out all my photos from the charter, hit up these three links: Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3.
Check ’em out, and as always I’d love to hear what you have to say about my picks for the second quarter of 2012. And like last time, prints are available for purchase – just click the link at the top of the group of photos to head to the store.