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Plowing snow on the Durango & Silverton narrow gauge

Discussion in 'Transportation' started by Jerry Benoit Day, Feb 7, 2019.

  1. Jerry Benoit Day

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  2. Fantastic, especially the first one. Would be great in B&W too!
     
  3. I agree. That first one is awesome!
     
  4. I'd love to see that equipment removing serious amounts of snow. Well done!
     
  5. Nice, I rode the Silverton train back when it was still D&RG.
     
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  6. Great set.
     
  7. Awesome indeed
    Love the colors

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  8. Nice set of photos.
     
  9. Really wonderful series. I also agree with trying a B&W conversion on these, especially #1. A real wall hanger!!

    Ken
     
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    I converted an earlier frame to B&W. Not sure I like it in B&W. Guess I have shot so much B&W since I started in 1959 that B&W does not hold the attraction it once did. Guess I sniffed too much D76. Could not afford a lot of color film so had to shoot B&W.
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    I totally understand. Been there, done that.

    But I remain inspired by the art of Ansel Adams and others. And this frame is very nice!!

    Ken
     
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