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    Re: Cars, Boats, Trains, Planes

    Quote Originally Posted by alanbutler57 View Post
    Super Ikonta A PanF Xtol 1:1
    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.

    - Leigh
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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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    Re: Cars, Boats, Trains, Planes

    1980. US Navy ' Willy Fud". Mamiya C330 75 mm lens,no filter. TriX Pan.
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    Re: Cars, Boats, Trains, Planes

    If you want to shop around for something special for somebody nice, check these out:
    But they may be a bit pricy...

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

    Beechcraft Model 17 "Staggerwing" (ca 1940), and Lincoln Continental Cabriolet (1941).

    The Staggerwing is a fast executive plane, considered one of the most beautiful airplanes of it's period. If you remember seeing newscasts by John Cameron Swayze, you may have seen him flying his Staggerwing to a news site.

    Negative # ACAQ 033b. Camera: Mamiya RB67, 360mm lens, YG filter, Ilford FP4 film

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    Bronica etrsi, Maldon Essex.

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    Re: Cars, Boats, Trains, Planes

    My pappy retired from the Santa Fe, back in '60.

    After WWII, he took us on tours around Western America (drawn by heavy steam locomotives), using free railroad employee passes.


    . . Union, Illinois by Reinhold S., on Flickr

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