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Trains Are Where You Find Them

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My name is Ed Cooper and railroad photography is more than a hobby for me. It's a passion, a way I choose to celebrate my spare time and  life. In this photo album, I've assembled some of my favorite train photographs and some that are representational of my work. There is a newly added page showing Terry Kirkland's photographs.

The photo at right is one of my first efforts. My real start came five years later in the Fall of 1969. This online album will document a few of the earlier attempts and continue right up to date. I've been in all 50 states and have train photographs from 35 of them. During the course of all this photography I've taken or collected over 12,000 images. That may seem like a lot to some, but compared to others its kind of middling. Although I prefer western prototype, a train is still a train. Trains are where you find them pretty much describes what this is all about. I went out found a train and took its picture. Every picture tells a story, don't it?  

Grand Canyon Village June 1964

Thanks for dropping by and taking a look at my train photos. Please get in touch with any comments or reactions!

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Trains Are Where You Find Them