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    Re: Cars, Boats, Trains, Planes

    Quote Originally Posted by alanbutler57 View Post
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    Nice one, Alan

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    Re: Cars, Boats, Trains, Planes

    Quote Originally Posted by Reinhold Schable View Post
    Unless it has something spinning around out front, and has fabric covered wings, you're not really flying.
    Here's a bit of nostalgia...

    . . Wishing... Vancouver, Washington by Reinhold S., on Flickr

    Sixty-five years ago, my brother and I would watch airplanes flying from the tallgrass prairie near Chicago.
    We were always wishing for a ride... later we both became pilots.
    The sound of round engines overhead still makes our eyes look to the sky above.

    # ACAQ 057... A Stearman prepares to take off from the historic Evergreen Flying Service field (now just a collection of condos).
    Camera: Mamiya RB67, 360mm lens, YG filter, Kodak PXP film.


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    Great composition and well shot Reinhold!

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    Re: Cars, Boats, Trains, Planes

    Some from a few years ago that fit this thread
    Pentax 67, 55/4 and 90/2.8, 400TMY @ EI 50, NDX 400 + O2 Orange Filters


    The Wreck of The Peter Iredale by tuco, on Flickr



    Derelict Along The Columbia River by tuco, on Flickr

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    Re: Cars, Boats, Trains, Planes

    Shifting the "train" of thought a bit...

    . UP 3985 Drivers, Portland, Oregon.
    Union Pacific's 4-6-6-4 Challenger Class locomotive visited Portland July "93... all 627,900 pounds of majestic power.
    Camera: Mamiya RB67, 180mm lens, Kodak PXP film, (Neg #RR 503. scanned negative).


    . UP. 3985 Drivers, Portland, Oregon by Reinhold S., on Flickr

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    Re: Cars, Boats, Trains, Planes

    Quote Originally Posted by Reinhold Schable View Post
    Union Pacific's 4-6-6-4 Challenger Class locomotive visited Portland July "93...
    Thanks, Reinhold. Nice shot.

    That's the first 4-6-6-4 I've ever seen. Quite a monster.

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    Re: Cars, Boats, Trains, Planes

    Here's a unique bird from the 1930s...

    This Ford Trimotor, (they were also known as a "Tin Goose") visited historic Evergreen Field, Vancouver, Washington.
    A total of 199 Ford Trimotors were built between 1926 and 1933. Well over 100 airlines of the world flew the Ford Trimotor.
    Negative # ACAQ 124. Mamiya RB67 camera, 360mm lens, YG filter, Ilford FP4 film

    . . Ford Tri-motor by Reinhold S., on Flickr
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