John L Mathis

Railroad Photography

Highlight for June 2014

BN 9204 at Belmont, NE on July 18, 2001

 

BN SD6O 9204 awaits a signal at Belmont, NE along with two other helpers. They are sandwiched by a fuel tank car. The helpder set has just uncoupled from an

eastbound coal train after helping it up Crawford Hill on July 18, 2001.

 

Olympus E10 1/400 sec. - f/3.6 - ISO 80 - Non removable 9-36mm (35-140mm) lens at 28mm (effective 110mm), Processed with Adobe Camera Raw and Photoshop CS6.

 

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Welcome to jlmrrphotos.com. This is a family oriented site with over 1000 railroad photgraphs that I've made over the last 61 years. Normally new images are added periodically. The newest postings are placed in the Latest Images gallery. Images are subsequently moved to their respective galleries by railroad, or in the steam or electric galleries.

 

 

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