Tag Archives: Transportation

The Last Stop

Another recent photo safari with a fellow photographer friend led us to the Northern Ohio Railway Museum in Seville, OH.  I’d seen photos taken here by other photographers and it warranted a trip to see what I could get!  The … Continue reading

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Guardians of Transportation

In 1932 Cleveland’s Lorain-Carnegie Bridge opened featuring four 43 foot tall pylons with 2 sandstone statues on each.  These 8 sandstone statues, named the “Guardians of Transportation” and carved out of local Berea sandstone, represented the advancing technology of sources … Continue reading

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Work From a Busy Week

It’s been a very busy week of shooting and post-production editing for me this week and I’ve been trying to get back to the blog following the Memorial Day post to get something new posted.  Here it is Friday and … Continue reading

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Pittsburgh’s Duquesne Incline

If you’ve been to Pittsburgh, PA, you’ve no doubt seen or maybe even ridden on one of the inclines that rise up from the banks of the Monongahela River to the top of the Mount Washington area of the city.  … Continue reading

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The Brooklyn Express

Here’s a black and white photo that I rarely get tired of looking at.  It was shot in a subway station in New York City while waiting for another subway.  I think what I like about it is that you … Continue reading

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