I am pleased to announce the release of a new series of rail-related media, TRACKSIDE with!

In the TRACKSIDE video series you will stand next to me as we witness a passing train, or trains, as I shoot some photos of the train.  I’ll give you the location information and as much train information as I know, where possible.  Within the video you will hear the camera shutter fire at the points that I took some photos and at the end of the video I show you some of the photos taken of that train.  This is a virtual railfanning trip for the uninitiated or those who prefer to let me do the dirty work.  Don’t worry, I am happy to do it! 

If you click on the video link in the menu bar above you will be taken to my YouTube channel where the current and any subsequent videos can be viewed. 

Any always, your feedback is appreciated.

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Keep up the good work. I look forward to your new posts. The pictures of the day break without trains were spectacular. WE have all had days without trains. but you still took pictures, I probably would have read a book.

February 27, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterUncle Roger

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