Mar 26, 2015
Wilmington, CA, circa 1995
Wow. That is in rough condition!
A good friend of mine, David M. See took this shot in April of 1993. He passed away in 2000. Sure do miss him, he took wonderful photos.
Here is another one from the same day.
One of those slides.
These high nose GP-9s were ex D&RGW units. Here they are way out in West Texas near Fort Stockton in April of 1993.
Dave M. See photo.
Nice photo. The background scenery is interesting...
This is how many folks picture all of Texas to be.
David M. See photo.
Just noting that old geologic formation in back. Looks like remnant of a very ancient volcano.
That would be an ant mound. Everything is BIG in Texas. At least that is what they have been telling me since I moved here.
So True. I used to hear that Vermont was bigger than Texas if you flattened it out.
Up here in the Rockies, we call that little thing a speck of dust.
I know I have posted this here in the past, but I haven't done any railfanning for a long time and thought I would put it here again. Mt. Rainier Scenic in 2012, imitating old tyme photogs.
At left front of the 70, Engineer- Tim Daubert. He's a bit thinner now.