Posted by Bob Avery on December 25, 2007 
Superb Mitch. I've been to Reno a couple of times and thought about something like this, but always thought road traffic would get in the way. Well done.
Posted by Andrew Blaszczyk (2) on December 25, 2007 
Giving me a run for my money now. ;-) And why has this been in the shoebox for so long? Excellent composition, everything is where it needs to be. Not to mention the historical significance.
Posted by Ray Peacock heartlandrails.com on December 25, 2007 
Nice one Mitch, this would be fun to try at night too..
Posted by on December 26, 2007 
Nice shot, Mitch! Spot-on composition, and a great train.
Posted by Mike Bjork on December 26, 2007 
Great shot Mitch! The trench is pretty lame compared to this scene. Perhaps the worst thing about all this isn't the trench, but those photogenic Phase 3 Amtraks are gone.
Posted by Jean-Marc Frybourg on December 26, 2007 
A perfect catch and beautiful composition. The biggest little train picture in the world !?
Posted by Jim Thias on December 26, 2007 
Another winner! Wow, what an interesting scene capped off by a perfectly farmed locomotive. Thanks for sharing, Mitch.
Posted by Erick Anderson on December 26, 2007 
...And when I hear that whistle blowin', I hang my head and cry.
Posted by Dean Kaplan on December 29, 2007 
Awesome framing Mitch! Cool shot.
Posted by Travis Dewitz on July 27, 2008 
Great Shot!!
Posted by EL ROCO Photography on February 21, 2013 
I hear Fitzgerald's is gone - bummer, spent many a Christmas ski vacation going through their "lucky forest" to get casino swag and drink vouchers. Sort of too bad the tracks are in a trench now too, but traffic would get really bad when a trains stopped in the middle of town, especially in the Winter. Cool shot, brings back memories.
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