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An exclusive photo story at Screaming Eagles compiled by Jay Glenewinkel, including a brief history on the line itself, the changes in the line from the 1970s to the 1980s, and again from the 1980s to present day. Though the primary focus will be on the stretch of track to Laredo, there will also be a bit on the line to Corpus Christi which still operates in Dark Territory today. This will be a very in depth section, about a seldom discussed topic.
began taking pictures of trains when he was just 8 years old in 1978.
After college he began taking photography seriously. In addition to railroad
photography, he also has a large collection of photographs in many catagories.
Several of his train pictures have been published in various publications
including Diesel Era Magazine, Railfan/Railroad, the former Pacific
RailNews and CTC Board.
has contributed alot of material on the Screaming Eagle site including
the "Cotulla 1973 Collision", the MP 3211 series, the "Where Are They
Now?" series, and the new "Dark Territory" series. A majority of his photographs
and infomration are exclusive on Screaming Eagle. You will also find some
of Jay's photographs on the Plains-West Gallery as well.
"Dark Territory" copyright 2002 Jay Glenewinkel, all rights reserved. Anything but personal use of these photos is prohibited.
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