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Old 09-29-2018, 12:00 AM   #1
Isaac Fulford
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Post Dwindling Interest in Modern Subjects.

I have personally noticed that in modern railroad photography, especially among the younger group, that the interest in shooting the mundane every-day locomotives and signals seems to be dwindling at a startling pace. Obviously shooting what's left over from the past is more exciting, but I wonder... Will there be a huge lack of images from area's that are not seen as exciting in 10-20 years? Everyone always looks at the past as the best time to be trackside, but with the GE's being the SD40-2's of today I am interested to see what images won't be taken that would have aged well as railroads move further along into "progress". Interested to hear your thoughts!
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