Posted by Erik Nelsen on August 4, 2009 
Great photo, and great context! Thanks again John.
Posted by Kirk Orndorff on August 5, 2009 
Great photo John, thank you for sharing this gem. Absolutely terrific. Beautiful. A great scene of the narrow gauge's later years.
Posted by cmdrflake on August 5, 2009 
It is still hard to believe that D&RGW didn't dieselize their narrow gauge lines. This picture is wonderful and Kodachrome preserved it for us to see all these years later.
Posted by Steve Carter on August 17, 2009 
Wonderful image John, and a great caption too boot!
Posted by Adam Pizante on August 17, 2009 
Nice shot of the DRGW John. Great color in this shot, you can feel the cold weather!
Posted by Thomas Bookout on August 21, 2009 
Beautiful photo with the snow and steam. This looks like that good sticky snow, notice how it is clinging to the plants and the code line. Very nice effect!
Posted by Bob Avery on August 23, 2009 
Amazing shot and well deserved PCA. Amazing - and slightly painful - to realise that I actually lived in the USA at that time, albeit 2,000 miles away, and I was only 7 !
Posted by Dennis A. Livesey on August 23, 2009 
Incorporating the pole line in your photography, rather than just shoot the locomotive hardware, shows how much taste and talent you had then. (And still do.)
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