Three Views at Stafford Springs.

Yesterday I processed a month’s worth of black & white film; two carefully-exposed rolls of 35mm Ilford HP5.

Among the first images on the first roll were these three photographs at Stafford Springs, Connecticut on November 26, 2019.

I often work with multiple cameras, and previously on Tracking the Light, I posted a digital color view of New England Central 608 working northward at this same location.

My process is a specialized two-stage development formula aimed to maximize detail and tonal range.

Incidentally, Scott Hartley reminded me that Central Vermont/New England Central has referred to this location simply as ‘Stafford,’ a fact that dates back to New London Northern days.

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One thought on “Three Views at Stafford Springs.”

  1. I use to be an avid reader of the Ellery Queen mystery stories. The eponymous detective, NY-based, also had links with a New England town called Wrightsville, where most of the citizens were “Wrights” but the murder rate was uncommonly high. Your pictures seem perfect to for a revisting of that mythical community.

    Michael Walsh

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