John L Mathis

Railroad Photography

Highlight for February - - March 2019.

BNSF 2040 leaves Corson , SD on February 4, 2016.

 

Churchill, Manitoba in late November 1991. The weather that day defines cold. It was approximately minus 40 degrees. At that temperature, fahrenheit and celsius temperatures are about the same. The stiff wind made it even colder. The camera froze up completely. At this point it was time to return to the station to wait for the

evening departure.

 

 

Nikon F4 - Kodachrome 64. Scanned with Nikon LS900ED Coolscan scanner. Processe with Photoshop CS6.

 

 

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Welcome to jlmrrphotos.com. This is a family oriented site with over 1000 railroad photgraphs that I've made over the last 61 years. Normally new images are added periodically. The newest postings are placed in the Latest Images gallery. Images are subsequently moved to their respective galleries by railroad, or in the steam or electric galleries.

 

 

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