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Name: stansrailpix
Posts: 19 (0.006 per day)
Position: Charter Member
Date Registered: March 19, 2006, 03:12:43 PM
Last Active: October 11, 2010, 03:02:10 AM

Email: hidden
Website: Stans Railpix : A RailPhoto Gallery
Yearbook Quote: In today’s economy, a picture is worth about about 950 words !!
Current Status: Offline Offline

Gender: Male
Age: 66
Location: Philadelphia Pa USA
Local Time: March 30, 2015, 06:05:47 PM

Biography of this user:
I have done many types of Photography. My Images have been published in many
Newspapers and Magazines, and I have done photo work for several Legal Firms.
You may even see pictures of my Cairn Terriers.

I have thousands of Digital Images, and many more taken with 35 mm film that have yet to be scanned. With digital images you can try to be more creative because of the instant feedback, and no film costs.

I have been a railfan/ photographer for as long as I can remember, growing up near the (NEC) Pennsylvania Railroad, watching the GG-1s move an endless parade of trains. Being near the Reading Company Frankford Branch, I spent hours in The Summerdale Station with the Stationmaster and Clerk, and riding in the Baldwin Switcher to the end of the Branch at the Frankford Station

I am also a member of The Coast Guard Channel

Stans Railpix : A Free RailPhoto Gallery  !

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