On the morning of June 29, 1985, I exposed this black & white photo of the McClelland Farm Road bridge over Boston & Maine’s East Deerfield Yard.
This is the famed ‘Railfan’s Bridge’, which was then a very popular place to make photos and watch trains.
Over the years on Tracking the Light I’ve featured many views of this bridge and its replacement being built.
Exposed using a Rolleiflex Model T with 75mm f3.5 Zeiss Tessar on Kodak Professional 120 Tri-X (rated at ISO 320) using a 645-sized ‘super slide insert’.
I processed the film in Kodak D76, and yesterday I scanned the now 34 year old negative using an Epson V600 flatbed scanner.
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