Ke I also was appy to see that there was a number of photos from Brunswick yard as well. R The ground in Spinetinglers Anthology 2008 his photographs rumbles Some of the antiue trainse photographed look as if they might rust and crumble before the end of their trip Other photos impart a feeling of majesty and romance And you don't ave to be a train buff to appreciate them Just step aboard and savor the results of Jim Gallagher's skill luck and persistence Jacues Kelly from the Introduction Trackside.
Covers the railroad scene in Maryland in the 1950s Great photo coverage of the BOthe Wes. In the 1950s as railroads underwent major changes some marginal lines stood on the brink of extinction Steam locomotives grew scarcer by the month as did rail passenger connections With a keen eye for location and composition James Gallagher in Trackside Maryland captures the drama and majesty of steam transportation in Maryland in its waning days when passing trains left clouds of cind.
Tern Maryland Norfolk and Western and the Ma And Pawith a cast like that what s not to li. Ers and smoke behind them and the sound of steam whistles still echoed across the landscape all these sights and sounds giving way to modern diesel locomotives Here Jacues Kelly's evocative prose accompanies Gallagher's ever vigilant lens We are transported back to the last years of steam railroading Each of Jim's photographs tells a story and conveys mood spirit atmosphere and characte.