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End of Summer Update

Construction waits as a late running inbound crude train crosses the Delair Bridge into Southern New Jersey during the April Outage. This week marks the sixth and final shoot for Conrail documenting the Delair Improvements program. 200 more words

Michael Froio

William H. Rau: Using Historical Works For Artistic Guidance

Often times as an artist inspiration comes from many sources, mine takes root from a fascination of railroads, geography, architecture and history. With consideration of the Mainline Project there came another major source of inspiration: the photographic work of William H. 1,329 more words

Michael Froio

Bakken Crude Draws DOT Emergency Order

The eastbound crude petroleum carrying train collided with a derailed westbound grain train with thunderous results for Casselton, North Dakota.  Ruptured rail cars belched 400,000 gallons of crude which the shattered rail cars ignited to explosion lighting the late December night.  271 more words

(Railroad) Photography with a View Camera

Every time I step foot out in the field to photograph I am fully prepared to handle a barrage of questions pertaining to my camera of choice, mainly because in this day and age its… well almost completely obsolete. 833 more words

Michael Froio

Merry Christmas!

Through all the shopping and holiday travel the railroads have done their job delivering the goods and people safely to destinations around the country. While people celebrate the season countless employees stand guard to keep the railroads running. 41 more words

Michael Froio