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Category Archives: film photography
MAD RIVER FERRY HOUSE
I do not recall where I got the information that this place was known as the “Mad River Ferry House”, but I think it was a good source. This is a good example of the work that I was doing … Continue reading
SP 4449 at Sacramento 1991.
Burned down in 2001. See story at: http://www.arcataeye.com/2011/09/remembering-long-lost-marinos-club-%E2%80%93-september-26-2011/
ARTS ALIVE THIS SATURDAY
Here is a sample of my images that are part of the exhibit at the F Street Foto Gallery (upstairs at Swanlund’s Photography in Eureka). Most of my images are scanned negatives and color slides from the nineteen eighties and … Continue reading
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OCTOBER EXHIBIT AT F STREET FOTO GALLERY
Here is an example of the images that I will exhibit next month. I took most of them in the nineteen-eighties. Some were color slides, and others were large format black and white. These locomotives were parked at Simpson’s Korbel … Continue reading
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THE AVILA PHOTOGRAPHED FROM THE DEL NORTE DOCK
NORTHWESTERN PACIFIC RAILROAD TRAIN AT DEL NORTE STREET
There were a couple of tracks at Del Norte Street (the dock is behind me and to the right). I assume that this was an inbound freight. The railroad was still active in the nineteen-eighties as the timber industry was … Continue reading
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KEEPING WITH THE LEGACY TRANSPORTATION THEME
This privately owned P51 Mustang was parked near the abandoned tower at ACV. It was a common visitor for many months. c.1995
HUMBOLDT BAY SHIPPING
I am compiling more of my legacy images for consideration for an exhibit.
ANOTHER OLDIE THAT I AM WORKING
I am printing this image right now. I think I will do an exhibit of this and some more images of the Arcata/Eureka Airport.