Tracking the Light hits Half Million Mark.

To celebrate Tracking the Light’s 500,000th click on briansolomon.com I’m posting scan 500000.tif made from one of my father’s Kodachrome slides.

This view of B&O and Reading EMD diesels was exposed on Kodachrome at Central Railroad of New Jersey’s Communipaw engine terminal in Jersey City in the late 1950s

Kodachrome at Communipaw, Jersey City by Richard Jay Solomon-file 500000.tif
Kodachrome converted to jpg.

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5 comments on “Tracking the Light hits Half Million Mark.

  1. Anonymous on said:

    NOW APPEARED – WORTH WAITING FOR.

    MW

  2. Alan Wesley on said:

    OK now, two beautiful streamliners, noses penetrating the gloom of night; the B&O looks like it just had a wax job. No question about this one, it is “ART”. I can’t wait for the 1,000,000 click.

  3. Alan Wesley on said:

    OK now, two beautiful streamliners, noses penetrating the gloom of night; the B&O looks like it just had a wax job. No question about this one, it is “ART”. I can’t wait for the 1,000,000 click.

  4. Anonymous on said:

    Alas, no slide – just the file description.

    Michael Walsh