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    Default Are you a rail photographer??

    I am and I do keep a fotopic account. I have quite a few catagories covering many types of traction (Diesel, Steam, Electric), Interiors, Railway buildings.

    Take the time to visit http://colin7336.fotopic.net//

    I'd like to see other people post links to their train pics and perhaps post what you think is your best pic.

    I think this is my best pic....



    2337-2339 hauling empty coal hoppers past Walloon on the Rosewood line here in Queensland.

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    Very nice pic! I like the angle, looks great!

    Mike

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    Great Photo Colin,

    I always enjoy your photographs that you post. You have real talent. I got to get me some of that
    Something coming soon.
    I hope.

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    great pic Colhad, i think its RailPics worthy but the screeners different opinions.........
    this would be my best shot, pure luck shot it from the window of a car

    some of my other pics:
    my two shots on railpics
    http://railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=170261&nseq=1
    http://railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=179934&skip=-1
    the rest of my stuff
    http://nikos1.rrpicturearchives.net/
    and while im at it videos
    http://youtube.com/user/nikosjk1
    blaaaaah

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    Last edited by UnNerved; June 21st, 2007 at 01:05 PM. Reason: Oversize image. Please consult the CoC on image sizes.
    is there anybody alive out there
    now working for
    http://z11.invisionfree.com/Trainz_C...ex.php?act=idx

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    yes that is SNOW in OCTOBER
    is there anybody alive out there
    now working for
    http://z11.invisionfree.com/Trainz_C...ex.php?act=idx

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    I also photograph trains here in Mansfield (where i live) on the Northeast Corridor , ive only got 2 so far and they are the best they can be (cell phone) so tell me what u think
    http://s209.photobucket.com/albums/bb230/PVincent342/
    *also see my reskins here , 2 albums , real trains and reskins


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    I'm an amateur bahnjaeger (rail hunter), I go about to local stations occasionally and photograph trains there, but sometimes I do other things like hiding out at gate crossings or taking ships along the rhine river for it. My stuff isn't as good as I'd like but it is an improvement over what some of my old stuff looks like (can you say, hideous?). Give me a moment and I might post some pics.

    WileeCoyote
    Last edited by WileeCoyote; June 21st, 2007 at 12:29 PM.
    Before you criticize a man, walk a mile in his shoes. Then you will be a mile away from him and have his shoes.

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    I don't live there.

    Or here.
    This isn't just a signature, it's an M&S signature!

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    Heres one from a trip on the Rhein river yesterday...

    A 143 at speed on the north side towards Koblenz with an RE

    WileeCoyote
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    For us US railfans this is a shot looking towards the back of a SD90MAC

    Regards
    Max
    Train Crew at Boone & Scenic Railroad
    Licensed Brakeman, Conductor, and Fireman.

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    Default Amtrak Empire Builder, Marias Pass Summit

    Well known to Trainz enthusiasts.


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    Spanish steam loco preserved, in Tarragona:


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    Quote Originally Posted by nikos1 View Post
    great pic Colhad, i think its RailPics worthy but the screeners different opinions.........
    this would be my best shot, pure luck shot it from the window of a car

    some of my other pics:
    my two shots on railpics
    http://railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=170261&nseq=1
    http://railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=179934&skip=-1
    the rest of my stuff
    http://nikos1.rrpicturearchives.net/
    and while im at it videos
    http://youtube.com/user/nikosjk1
    That Looks like the Power Plant in Colorado
    I know you believe you understand what you think I said, but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant

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    Red face me? oh well...

    Im not an active one but i do take pics when i can.
    Heres a few in Dewitt Yard East Syaracuse I think there the best one so far.

    73's,
    Adam Wiethuechter; KC2RXO

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