June Mystery Photo #2greenspun.com : LUSENET : ACL and SAL Railroads Historical Society : One Thread
Hmmmm.....here's a good one. If I reveal the photographer, you'll be able to guess it too quickly with a little net-tective work. So...for now he shall remain anonymous. (Until someone or nobody guesses).
As I said, we will take the "Mystery Photo" section to a new page coming in July!
-- Buck Dean (email@example.com), June 20, 2001
Bill Thompson wins. In this George Elwood photo taken in the Birmingham, Alabama locomotive facilities in 1967, we see an E7 (obviously well road-worn), a steam boilered Geep and what appears to be an SDP35 all standing watch next to a Tennessee Central TOFC trailer.
Can anyone tell us more about the end of Seaboard's Birmingham passenger service? (Which is obviously just right around the corner by looking at this photo).
-- Buck Dean (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 25, 2001.
It's Birmingham, Alabama.
-- Bill Thompson (email@example.com), June 24, 2001.
-- Greg Hodges (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 22, 2001.
Are you all looking at the same photo I posted? From the answers I'm getting, both on the Q&A and direct email, you must not be.
THINK....Study the photo carefully. Where on the SAL system would you catch a picture that looks like it's the end of the world??
-- Buck Dean (email@example.com), June 21, 2001.
It looks like a roundhouse pit has been filled with gravel. I'll guess Wildwood, Fl.
-- Carey Stevens (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 21, 2001.
I'd rather see the Tennessee Central trailer....
-- Russell Underwood (Jay611@home.com), June 20, 2001.
Okay, I give up. Where is the mystery photo located? JG
-- Johnny Golden (Golden1014@yahoo.com), June 20, 2001.
Buck,this one is tough.Looks like ALL SAL places,but I will guess Raleigh.Keep this up I like it.
-- J.Oates (email@example.com), June 20, 2001.
UPDATE...you can click on the photo to enlarge it now. Put your "Opti-visors" away.
-- Buck Dean (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 20, 2001.