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Old 04-27-2008, 02:12 AM   #2
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The photographic standards are the same. If you are concerned about whether going-away shots, inherent to a lot of caboose on moving train shots, is a problem, I would simply go to the home page, put "caboose" in the keywords section, and click on Find the Photos!

Not a lot of what one might call reverse wedgies (wedgie angle on a train except the tail end instead of the head end) but lots of interesting shots.

Here's a nice one:
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