Author: Hot Water
Date: 02-07-2019 - 18:02
> Thanks for the input. I have enjoyed that site
> and the back & forth, trade of information.
> As a Road Foreman told me once when I was marking
> up in "His" terminal, " This is my Lionel. I run
> it my way. You talk to the crew dispatchers, your
> talking to me. Any Questions?"
> "Go and mark up."
> It is the owners choice to treat people that he
> doesn't like. Or say things against his thoughts.
> To one sided for me.
Tell me about it!!!!
> I have had my computer gone thru last December and
> it is running fine. I stay away from stuff that I
> don't know about. Hell, I have a slew of pics I
> have taken but am not sure how to post them so
> here they stay. Got a bunch taken on the hill by
> an officer, standing in a tunnel as the rotary
> approaches. Blasting the snow off the overhead
> over the pit at Norden, etc. Wrecks , derailments
> and just pics of the guys I used to work with.
> Also tales about working for the RR.
> I am working with a guy in the PNW and he is going
> to let me know about putting it in print.
> I will see on here, I guess.
As part of down sizing, I sold my entire 35MM color slide collection to White River Publishing (Railman & Railroad Magazine). I started taking slides in the winter of 1962/1963, and gradually up-graded camera equipment until I settled on a Nikon F5 system, with a number of different auto-focus lenses, and also a Pentax 6X7 for B&W and some color negative stuff. I gave ALL the camera equipment to our grandson, some years ago, as I simply got tired of looking through the damned viewfinder! I also didn't feel like purchasing a high end scanner to convert all those years of slides into digital.