Posted by zachb2312 on October 1, 2010 
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Wow looks surreal. Just spectacular!!!
Posted by Steve Harenda on October 1, 2010 
Railroading on Mars...Fantastic series!
Posted by Brian Strand on October 1, 2010 
Wow! Thanks for the coordinates. I found this location on Google Earth with no problem. The 3-D terrain feature shows how beautiful & treacherous the local landscape is to railroad.
Posted by David Price on October 1, 2010 
Yep, Jean-Marc, you got it...
Posted by Bob Avery on October 1, 2010 
A truly breathtaking photograph.
Posted by Michael Harding on October 1, 2010 
Absolutely Spectacular! Well done!
Posted by Donald Haskel on October 1, 2010 
Epitomizing is the word for sure. I need my oxygen mask just to look at this picture. Your commentary is exceptional as well.
Posted by gazza on October 1, 2010 
Once again Jean You produce a stunning Photo. This is the best so far! The picture shows us the story of this amazing Railway.
Posted by Scott Haugland on October 1, 2010 
Man, that is some altitude. That's just a couple of hundred feet shy of a mile higher than D&RGW's Tennessee Pass line which I thought was high!
Posted by Jim Bartolotta on October 1, 2010 
You were successful! Great photo, as always. Jim
Posted by Charlie O on October 5, 2010 
This is an utterly fantastic photo. Brilliant photography! Mr. Frybourg has many great photos posted, but I believe this photo is one of his very best! The vertical rock, the Andes Cordillera, the composition and perspective, the clouds and the lighting make this a real "keeper." This would make a great museum exhibit, 18 x 20 or poster on the wall, calendar shot, magazine cover, front dust-jacket book cover, FCCA advertisement photo, screen saver, or just about anything else one can think of. I would vote this a PCA for sure, but they are used up. Favorite Photo for me, and then some. I'm sure the helpful FCCA RR people will treasure this artwork, as many of us will as well.
Posted by David Honan on October 11, 2010 
There really isn't anything else I can add to what's already been said; this truly is a spectacular tribute to the people that built, operate and maintain the FCCA. Congrats on the thoroughly earned PCA, Jean-Marc!
Posted by Ken Huard on October 11, 2010 
Can I just say amazing photo for the next ten or so?
Posted by Erick Anderson on October 12, 2010 
I'm always amazed at your dedication and skill with these photos.
Posted by Rick Newton on October 27, 2010 
This is simply a stunning photo, one of those photos that speaks a thousand words and then some. Its more than just a photograph, its a depiction of what appears to be an incredible operation. The whole series of photographs of this Peruvian RR is sensational. Congratulations on a job well done...
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