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Category Archives: Railroads

Day 269

The Big New Sante Fe hauling a few grain cars over Rainbow Trestle. ~Curtis in //\onTana! {!-{>

Day 260

End of the line! ~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 253

In about two and a half weeks I will be giving a class at the Great Falls Camera Club on Shadows and Silhouettes.  Here are a few of my favorites I have taken! Silhouettes. ~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 241

My friend Jim took my old boss Vance and I out to the Air Museum at Malmstrom AFB, MT.  Here is some of what we saw. This is one of the radar consoles Jim sat at watching the skies. Why a train at an Air Force Museum? In 1960 they considered basing some of the […]

Day 218 At the Fair! Part 6

The rest of Toots’ digital entries! More to come in a while… ~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 094

Sunrise (behind me) from on top of the 1911 Railroad Tunnel on the way to Belt! Looking the other way… Looking trough the 1911 Tunnel! ~Curtis in /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 071

I took some fisheye photos this morning, to make this…interesting…panorama! This is the Rainbow Dam trestle. Or the bottom of it!  To showcase the awesome power of the fisheye lens (at least in panorama!), note my car, which was about eight feet to my left, is at the top, while my shadow (and toes!) are […]

Misc. Photos and Stuff

A few from the past!  I was sorting through an old bunch of CD Archives… The Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad.  Once upon a time I had this as wallpaper…but in a much large format!  It was scanned from a calendar photo. A bad way to start a Monday. And you women don’t think […]

Day 032

Long, long ago, in a Fort far, far away…I got to drive the train! Fort Steele, BC, circa 1968? 69? Unfortunately, it was a static display… ~Curtis in (now…) /\/\onTana! {!-{>

Day 226

(I just noticed the photos here are all labeled for day 227…they are really Day 226’s…) I took a walk along the River’s Edge Trail today.  I decided to try the panorama feature on my cellphone’s camera.  I usually just take several photos and stitch them together, but I thought I’d try it this way. […]