Posted by Mitch Goldman on September 18, 2007 
Combining two of my favorites - trains and roller coasters! This is one of the best I've seen - great job Steve!
Posted by on September 18, 2007 
I read that article in Railfan & Railroad and this picture should of been in there with the rest of them. Nice photo!
Posted by Bicot (Marc Caya) on September 18, 2007 
Well done Steve!
Posted by Extra West on September 18, 2007 
Steve, I'm really loving these compressed, telephoto shots! Keep posting them.
Posted by BR549 on September 18, 2007 
I'd love to get my hands on the throttle of one of those and try that out! Great hogback shot, as usual!
Posted by Lee Baxter on September 18, 2007 
What an amazing view, Nice shot Steve
Posted by Brandon Smith on September 18, 2007 
So much to look at in one frame. Another quality photo, Steve.
Posted by Noah Hofrichter on September 18, 2007 
Your hogback shots never cease to amaze Steve. Very nicely done.
Posted by Dean Kaplan on September 19, 2007 
Everyone else said it Steve! Awesome shot.
Posted by Adam S. Toth on September 19, 2007 
haha that absolutely amazes me! That should not be humanly possible. Almost looks like something you would see in a cartoon.
Posted by on September 19, 2007 
Amazing shot, Steve - one of my favourites!
Posted by David Brook on September 19, 2007 
Posted by Andy Toms on September 19, 2007 
I love those hogbacks! Great picture.
Posted by Terry Tabb on September 19, 2007 
Incredible shot Steve, Thanks. Did you use your 600mm lens for this one?
Posted by Tim Perkins on September 19, 2007 
Another great one, Steve. But I have a question. How can one sit on such a great photo for over a year and a half?
Posted by Serban Stanescu on September 19, 2007 
Nice shot and great combination with that road ! I like it very much !
Posted by BNSF SAMMY on September 19, 2007 
Takes a skilled engineer to handle that train. Nice shot.
Posted by on September 19, 2007 
Posted by rrspike22 on September 19, 2007 
Br549 no you don't.. hogbacks like this will beat you to death. you have to be in and out of the throttle all the time.. this is a real cool picture.. good job, steve
Posted by Googanelli on October 2, 2007 
...........and I thought that I ran on hard territory. Excellent shot.
Posted by Michael Rhodes on October 6, 2007 
This is a bit different and you are to be lauded for capturing such an excellent view - I shall try and persuade Mr.Avery to contemplate a visit to Texas - the most republican of states but also the place with the most divorces and the most murders!!
Posted by A.J. Smith on August 11, 2008 
Amazing shot of an amazing piece of railroad. This route would test even the very best of engineers...I imagine the place is littered with broken knuckles.
Posted by Carlos Beseler on May 4, 2012 
awesome shot!
Posted by Carl on November 25, 2015 
Great train handling,the crew is earning the money on this trip.
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