Posted by Walter Scriptunas II - on February 4, 2009 
Great catch Chase, from a not often photographed line.
Posted by Loyd Lowry on February 4, 2009 
I was glad we caught the local down there. Great capture Chase.
Posted by PaulJW on February 4, 2009 
With a 12 ton weight limit sign posted on the bridge, not many locomotives crossing, only empty cars.
Posted by B.A.Harrison on February 5, 2009 
Very nice shot. As I've said before, we often concentrate on the "in your face" engine shots and forget to document the human element or side of RR'ing.
Posted by Janusz Mrozek on February 5, 2009 
Nice work shot with interesting depth and infrastructure detail to boot.
Posted by Ed Heiss on February 5, 2009 
Well, Chase, you did it again... fine shot. The photo tells a story.... As always, the human side of railroading is as important as the mechanical side.... good work.
Posted by Nick DAmato (Diamond D) on February 5, 2009 
Nicely composed, great job!
Posted by Chase Gunnoe on February 5, 2009 
Thanks everyone for the kind words, it's very much appreciated, and I'm glad everyone enjoyed the shot. Many thanks to everyone who viewed the photo as well, thanks to you guys, I was able to get my first "top shot of the day" onto RP.
Posted by vonfinkelstein on February 7, 2009 
The 12 ton weight limit looks to be for the adjacent road bridge.
Posted by on February 18, 2009 
Great shot Chase, Gotta love the up close and personal side of railroading. I was glad to be your mode of transport for the day. And oh yeah, one word - Snowball.
Posted by Scott Lothes on April 27, 2009 
This is a great image of railroading, with strong lines and an excellent use of the muted color palette.
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