Posted by Randy Doss on February 6, 2012 
Wow, a great shot! F7's are my favorite because I had my photo made with one (see http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=207883). The story is terrific, too. I'm adding this one to my favorites as research for a garden railroad. PCA material!
Posted by David Hawkins on February 6, 2012 
WOW! Awesome photo.
Posted by Chris Wilson on February 6, 2012 
Thats a nice write up with a laugh Chuck. Always enjoy your photos and the story with them. Regards
Posted by on February 6, 2012 
In my mind, this one is nearly perfect and will make this week's choice a bit more difficult for all the marbles. I rode the snow train in January of this same year and loved every minute of it. I wanted to return for this shot myself, but never did due to my commitments with steam in the fall elsewhere. I'm glad you got it, and so well at that!
Posted by Adam Pizante on February 6, 2012 
Man, the trees mach the train, great shot! PCA from me.
Posted by Jim Sinclair on February 7, 2012 
Chuck... Well, I wondered what you were saving back for your 1000th photo contribution and you didn't disappoint me! Your selection is one of the nicest I've ever seen of the Montreal River bridge and I loved reading your story about how you captured this beautiful view with five F-units!! Well done, my friend, and this deserves a PCA from me. Thank you for all your earlier 999 classic views and I hope there's many more to come!
Posted by Andre Menard on February 7, 2012 
Great one Chuck, you should publish a book of your photos along with the stories, excellent stuff.
Posted by Tom Farence on February 7, 2012 
Congrats Chuck on both the pic and the write up....sounds like a great day.....HAPPY 1000th!
Posted by on February 7, 2012 
I am speechless. What an amazing photograph. And the story...great opportunity.
Posted by Ken Kuehne on February 7, 2012 
Super shot! That's one of my favorite locations I've never been to. Hope to visit some day, even without Fs.
Posted by Sport! on February 7, 2012 
Oh My! I was expecting someting BIG for #1,000 but this just blows that expectation completely out of the water! THIS IS ABSOLUTELY MAMMOTH!!! Terrific Job Chuck!!!
Posted by Jeff Swanson on February 7, 2012 
Excellent shot and story Chuck. As you know, I have always appreciated your posts. Being from the L.P. (but always a Yooper at heart ;), I especially enjoy Michigan photography. Congrats! on Number 1000!
Posted by Jim Sinclair on February 7, 2012 
Way to go, Chuck!! Over 2450 views (and counting), "Favorited" by 66 viewers (and counting) and "Top Viewed" for the past 24 hours! I have a feeling we'll be seeing this wonderful photo again on the home page. Congrats on all counts, but I have to ask, what are you going to post for an encore? ;-)
Posted by on February 7, 2012 
Chuck, first off, congratulations on the 1000 photos. Your story was excellent and really suckered in the viewer to sit there and just imagine what was going on as it was happening throughout the day, or at least at me. Exceptional story telling to detail this fantastic photo. A worthy PCA vote from me. Thanks for sharing this story, and photo Chuck. Your effort is rewarded.
Posted by Doug Foust on February 7, 2012 
One word (or acronym), PCA!! Beautiful shot and a delightful story!
Posted by Jim Thias on February 7, 2012 
Yeah, I'd say that's pretty special, Chuck. WOW!
Posted by Jake McGarvie on February 7, 2012 
Three words describe this photo.PCA and thanks for the caption. Picture and caption blow me away.
Posted by Dave Blaze... on February 8, 2012 
Great shot and a wonderful story. Thanks for sharing.
Posted by guymonmd on February 10, 2012 
Chuck, that is a "Dam" fine train photo. Great captre and a perfect day too.
Posted by Andrew on February 11, 2012 
Nothing more to add to what has already been said about the train. Tremendous. But as gardener who plants trees, Wow, those trees.
Posted by Thomas Byrd on February 11, 2012 
Great pic made me sign up as member been checkin site 4 years just like any thing train , lived in the soo 1968 i travel and allways are looking for old trains now I may have to post some pics
Posted by Logan Schupp on February 12, 2012 
That is a great shot, I have been trying out my new camera at my usual spot by the diner in Rudyard but the best shot I had the chance to get I forgot to put my SD card back in my camera. It is awsome that the conductor was able to hold the train like that another job well done!
Posted by Abramov Alexandr on February 13, 2012 
Fine shot of a leaving epoch
Posted by Kilroy1313 on February 23, 2012 
Dream location ! ;-)
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