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Old Sep 29, 2013, 5:36 PM   #1
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Took my K5 for a train ride today.
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Old Sep 29, 2013, 6:19 PM   #2
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Some very interesting PP work Tony - really gives the feeling of an old photo...
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Old Sep 29, 2013, 6:25 PM   #3
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Some very interesting PP work Tony - really gives the feeling of an old photo...
Thanks. Haven't had time to take out the cars yet.
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Very nostalgic!

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Very original work. Not just the same old, same old. I very much enjoyed the shots.
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Very original work. Not just the same old, same old. I very much enjoyed the shots.
Thanks. Never been in an old steamer before. Really a cool experience. Here's another image.
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Are you sure it wasn't a Brownie Box Camera - just kiddin!!
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Are you sure it wasn't a Brownie Box Camera - just kiddin!!
LOL! I know I really hate doing this to the K5 pristine images, but they really just look better this way. Funny thing is if you saw what was all around the train you would never believe it. Still have to remove one car.
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I love old steam engines and will look this one up when in Florida, I like your treatment of the shots, nicely done

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I love old steam engines and will look this one up when in Florida, I like your treatment of the shots, nicely done

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Thanks. First time I ever took a ride on an old steamer. This one is 106 years old, and has been in countless movies including 3:10 To Yuma.
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