While I was taking photos on the G&U last month (previous post is here), I took one shot to contrast a shot I took back in October (that post is here). Here’s a pretty neat side-by-side, before & after look at G&U 1751’s short hood. The first one I took when Tony & crew were […]
Oops, I missed a bunch of photos from January in my one big post from a little while back. On January 22, Bob LaMay and I made our annual trip up to the Mystic Valley Railway Society’s calendar judging luncheon. And as usual, we did a little railfanning along the way. On the way up […]
The next edition of Trackside with TRAINS is up on the TRAINS magazine website! This time around the subject was Close Clearance, and I submitted a shot of the Grafton & Upton RR switching out Washington Mills in North Grafton, MA, where the buildings are quite close to the tracks. Voting is open until Sunday […]
After my slideshow at the Amherst Railway Society, I decided to spend the night up in Amherst instead of driving home in the wee hours. And since I was taking Wednesday off from work as well, I figured I could take a ride over to North Grafton, MA and see a friend of mine that […]
So, as I had alluded to in my previous post, I had plans for Sunday evening. And those plans were to meet up with friend & fellow photographer Nick Palazini to do a little night shooting. We were going to continue our experiment of shooting two cameras at the same time along with synchronized flashes […]
Bob LaMay and I went up to Boston for our annual ritual on Saturday – attending the Mystic Valley Railway Society’s calendar judging luncheon. This event was for the MVRS’ 2011 calendar. And also as we usually do, we shoot along the way. This time we ended up catching some CSX, MBTA and a “new” […]
Saturday night I was asked if my Lumedyne and I could join a couple other photographers up in Grafton, MA to shoot the Grafton & Upton power. With nothing on the schedule, I accepted their offer.