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Trolley Graveyard Tour and Photo Workshop

Posted: 19th January 2014
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Photo comment By Pat: Love your work!! Always want more; please come to Massachusetts when you can.
Photo comment By Carla: Gotta see this place!
Photo comment By Karen: I so wish I was closer and could do this.
Photo comment By John Davie: Oh, the early days of mass transit.
Photo comment By B. Riegel: Putting this on my Christmas gift list!
Photo comment By Paul Burchett: I love looking at the industrial pictures. They remind me of the era gone by where Americans where defined by their strength and knowledge. No matter what was built then, some form or fashion of elegance was instilled into the place. As I travel Eastern Kentucky, I see old 18th century farmhouses abandoned with foliage growing on them. I always told my wife that every building has a story---a good story of life. One can imagine how new it looked when it was first built and how many family members lived there. Also, one can imagine the memories that was gained at the houses--both good and bad. It's hard for me to see them abandoned and everyday that passes is another day the details of the story fades away. Love the work!!!!!
Photo comment By Billy McGee: Would like more information regarding date(s) for when the next workshop for this tour area would be? Thanks!
Photo comment By Bruce Tolleson: I would love to see more railroad and trolley articles.
Photo comment By Stewart Brodian: I plan to be starting a trolley appreciation page on facebook - please email me to be notified when it's up online.
Photo comment By Robyn: Bummed I missed this, would love to be updated/kept in the loop for any other opportunities to shoot here!
Photo comment By Gary Carlson: I am interested in your workshops, Particularly this one for 2017. Please put me on the list.
Photo comment By John Porche: I am looking forward to seeing what sites (workshops) you will be planning for 2017. Have you release or determined where you will be setting up for 2017?

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