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    Posted: 03 May 2019 at 18:44
7 a.m. Day 2 of the Winter Steam Spectacular, Ely Nevada, Nevada Northern Railway. Engine House

The Depot Office.



NNRY Freight and Express.



NNRY Yard with Coaling and Water Towers.



The Engine House with early morning long shadows.



The Electric Shop.



The Engines



We are Family



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Baldwin Locomotive KKC No. 801


Donations Please! Baldwin Engine No. 81 in restoration and should be completed by early 2020.



Engine #81



Engine 81 Tender.



Engine No. 40



Engine No. 5.

 



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A locomotive Portrait.



Re-posting of "Getting Ready from Railway Theme Views and Dyxum Exibition 621

Reviewing -- Getting Ready



More Prep.



Tweaking.



Enine 204 Departure



Engine 93 Departure



Engine 93 Departure Reprieve.



Daylight! Ooops, not quite ready. She needs a little Sanddome Tweak!

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Wonderful view of these locomotives - I love "A Locomotive Portrait" - an image of a timeless beauty! And I very much like the atmosphere of the exterior shots with the virginal snow on the ground! Very special!

Thank you, Kelly!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote AudioDoc Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 May 2019 at 21:51
Thank you, Harald!

My three days there in Ely Nevada, in February, were an experience I won't forget. I made some great landscape photographs of the the trains out in the snow, but the Engine House was my favorite part. Most of the other photographers overlooked it and missed the experience of watching the railroaders at work, getting the locomotives ready to go (selber schuld .

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Hello Kelly
Perfect pictures. Your love for the timeless subjects and place, shine right through
so different from summer
tfs
take care______Joe
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Thank you, Joe,

I'd like to visit Ely in warmer weather as well.
Too bad its so out of the way. Well, 4 1/2 hour drive isn't too bad I suppose.

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Originally posted by AudioDoc AudioDoc wrote:

Thank you, Joe,

I'd like to visit Ely in warmer weather as well.
Too bad its so out of the way. Well, 4 1/2 hour drive isn't too bad I suppose.

Kelly
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I wish it was only 4 1/2 hours from me🥺
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Nice piece of photo-journalism, giving us a tour of the buildings in crisp cold winter sunshine before treating us to some evocative images of the locomotives and railmen.
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Thank you, Alan!
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