Posted by Laird Barber on March 8, 2011 
Nice timing, and good composition.
Posted by Bill Caywood on March 8, 2011 
Perfectly timed ! The one on the ground hauls fuel, and the one in the air burns fuel. Very nice composition.
Posted by Steven Kakoczki on March 8, 2011 
Nice shot, yours is a little better, all I got was a 737 in my photo.
Posted by csxlover on March 8, 2011 
Nice observance Bill. It is always interesting to see planes and trains together Laurence18. Now only if we could get automobiles we would have a full picture.
Posted by Chase Gunnoe on March 8, 2011 
Very good comparison of two modes of transportation. Couldn't of asked for the scene to come together any nicely. My vote for a PCA.
Posted by pierre fournier on March 8, 2011 
Could also be sent to Jetpic.
Posted by Ken Huard on March 8, 2011 
What a shot! My friend who is a big commercial aviation fan would dig this photo!
Posted by Adam Pizante on March 8, 2011 
nice one, the editor over at TRP magazine would love this. Send it in to TRP, it would make it in for sure.
Posted by Eric Bley on March 9, 2011 
The most beautiful aircraft ever built, in the livery of my favourite airline, gliding above the Union Pacific. If only I could live in the US. ;-)
Posted by Dave Blaze... on March 12, 2011 
Great light, nice sky, clean power, and perfectly timed. What a winner! I always wanted to go to this spot and shoot one of these over-unders for myself.
Posted by dong-hyun-kim on March 13, 2011 
Oh, nice photo!!!!!!! I like airplanes and trains. I love this photo!!!!!
Posted by eagle628 on March 14, 2011 
Perfect liveries on both levels.
Posted by omahadivision on March 14, 2011 
I saw that you got this photo into the Daily Herald! Good job!
Posted by Harry Gaydosz on May 2, 2011 
Only things to make it better is to change the "Speedbird" 74' into their old "Landor" scheme, and have a couple Chessie units on that train, having the two best transportation paint schemes of all time in one shot!
Posted by Steve Crise on May 16, 2011 
Wings over wings! Two symbols of dominance in the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. - Steve Crise
Posted by Laurence Pearlman on May 16, 2011 
Didn't even think about the wings on the UP engine.. Thanks for the comment!
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