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Rail Photo Fun

Created by Wayne Sherwin

Member Wayne Sherwin uses his skills with Adobe Photo Shop to create some interesting "what if" images.

Ivy City lineup

A theoretical streamlined steam engine lineup from the 1940s at Ivy City. (Left, click to enlarge.)

PRR electric and steam at Ivy City. (Click to enlarge.)

We can dream of seeing a T1 class duplex-drive 4-4-4-4 steam locomotive passing through Ivy City in Washington, DC during the heyday of the Pennsylvania Railroad. (Right, click to enlarge.)

[Monument Valley special]

Many John Ford movies would have been ruined by this notional railroad in Monument Valley. (left)

[Amtrak at Niagara Falls]

Amtrak could rival Niagara Falls' famous tour boat,
The Maid of the Mist, with this new alignment. (right)

[Stack train of the future]

If railroads were freed from the constraints created by low clearances, the sky would be limit on intermodal profits, as demonstated by the image on the left.

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