Here is another railroad photograph from Hagerstown, MD, circa 1972. This is of the old Western Maryland Railroad Roundhouse.
I am working on some photographs for another one of my sites and wanted to post a couple of them here. To see more in a week or so, go to:
This is one of my favorite photos of this series. My recent rescanning at high resolution has allowed me to work with the photos in a way that I could not years ago. So, here is the “Girl On Roller Skates”.
This building fascinated me then and it still does. I think from the signs this may have been a little corner grocery.
It is interesting posting on a blog, because the beginning of the story is often at the end of the order of postings. So this is probably the last door series post, which in a way is the first photo…
This is my favorite two photos of this small series of photographs. In the final portfolio selection, I am not sure which one I will chose.
The old doors from the building demolition were used to form barricades to prevent the rumble from falling into the street. Some of the doors still had door handles.
This is one of my favorite images from this series and I wanted to post it again since I rescanned the negative.
The Baltimore Project was inspired by a drive through of a neighborhood being torn down. I took a series of photos through the car window and later returned to take the rest of the series.
I took this photo in Baltimore, probably along the waterfront in 1969. I could not resist posting it after I scanned it recently.