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Old 09-29-2018, 10:37 AM   #3
RobJor
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Historically there is the story that Trains Magazine felt the end was near as steam was ending and (changed their name for a while?). Often early diesel photos were only a result of someone waiting for a steam engine and grabbing a shot. My friend Bill Clynes mentioned DL-109's were so common on the New Haven that he quit shooting them.

I realize it is different now but there has always been that element. Today you can see it as many in the hobby have become niche photographers also moving to the newer technology.

Bob
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