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Personal Information
Location: San Jose
Occupation: Railfan
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Interests: Rail Photography, HO scale model trains, simulators/video games

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Camera Used: Canon SX530HS
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GEVOs!Album Views: 947
The BEST locomotive ever! Oh, wait. That's the EMD F40PH. Oh well. These locomotives are everywhere and even when they are scrapped, no one cares.
Last of the GeepsAlbum Views: 1,080
The EMD GP60s were the last Geeps that EMD ever made. Now, UP, BNSF, and NS use them for local service.
Flared Radiators Album Views: 2,927
First seen on the EMD SD45, now on the EMD SD70ACe.
Street RunnersAlbum Views: 1,379
I ain't afraid of no street!
New and ImprovedAlbum Views: 9,511
New rail equipment and rebuilds.
Nostalgia BombAlbum Views: 6,613
Remember the way it used to be?
Loyal LeadersAlbum Views: 4,926
Locomotives that can be found on only one railroad.
Conrail Quality Album Views: 9,800
You know something's good when it says Conrail Quality. These are some of the bests shots of Conrail.
Personal FavoritesAlbum Views: 9,509
Everyone has one of these albums, right? This is a collection of my favorite photos.
Amtrak Phase III Paint Album Views: 3,974
Everyone's favorite! Phase III was introduced in the late 70's and is now having a comeback.
Winter WonderlandAlbum Views: 9,982
Photos of trains running through a snow covered landscape.
F59PH/F59PHIAlbum Views: 4,135
Some of the best passenger locomotives that EMD ever made (aside from the F40PH). With all Amtrak F59s gone from the Surfline, the only place that they can be seen is with Metrolink, COASTER, and Caltrans (Amtrak California).
In the "Great" State of CaliforniaAlbum Views: 11,415
What California is known for. Fires, droughts, weed, and people waving rainbow flags. Yah. Great place alright. At least the trains are nice.
General Purpose LocomotivesAlbum Views: 16,312
The EMD GP (General Purpose)series are a strong force of road switchers, with thousands produced over several decades.
The Wild WestAlbum Views: 17,642
You've heard of the Wild West, but nothing like this.
Special Duty LocomotivesAlbum Views: 25,842
The EMD SD (special duty) series are a strong and reliable kind of locomotive which still serve America's rails today. They have proved themselves reliable by clocking in several million miles of freight service.
Ultimate FailsAlbum Views: 10,171
Some are loved, others are hated. In the end, they are failures.
GE Genesis Album Views: 12,218
The GE Genesis series are well known for being Amtrak's locomotive. With confirmation of retirement from Amtrak themselves, their time is limited. Now is your chance to catch them before the chargers arrive!
Tier IV CompliantAlbum Views: 10,592
Tier IV locomotives are the safest, cleanest, and most fuel efficient locomotives on the rails today. Unfortunately, most of them are ugly and are as quiet as an ACS-64.
Used LocomotivesAlbum Views: 23,719
After years of service, even the most reliable of locomotives get worn out.
Wide Cab LocomotivesAlbum Views: 42,548
Replacing older standard cab locomotives, Wide Cab Locomotives provide crews with better comfort and safety.
Cab CarsAlbum Views: 7,922
Cab cars are special built coaches that are heavier than normal and have a cab for push/pull operations. This also includes NPCUs, but not road slugs.
Freight Cowls Album Views: 7,962
Freight Cowls are standard locomotives that have a hood that extends the full width of the locomotive. Sadly, most Freight Cowls have been retired, but a few still run on short lines.
Rebuild F40sAlbum Views: 9,102
Motive Power Industries and GMD of Canada have rebuilt the EMD F40PH. These rebuild F40s are slowly fading, but some can be seen in California and Canada.

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