New Train Photographs by fine art photographer Edward M. Fielding

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Photographs of a moving steam train in animated sequence by photographer Edward M. Fielding - http://tinyurl.com/ocx3o83

Moving steam train in animated sequence by photographer Edward M. Fielding – http://tinyurl.com/ocx3o83

Newly released fine art photography images of classic steam trains from the Valley Railroad in Essex, Ct and Heritage Park in Calgary. To see more train photographs visit the gallery at: http://tinyurl.com/ocx3o83

Art Prints“The Coupling” a grungy, dark photograph of two old twisted, rusty, metal train cars joined together on a railroad siding off the beaten path at the Valley Railroad yard in Essex, Connecticut.

Photography PrintsA steam train emerging from a cloud of steam in the middle of the night. Fine art photography by Edward M. Fielding – www.edwardfielding.com

Sell Art OnlineA vintage steam locomotive thundering through a dark valley. Essex Steam Train, Valley Railroad, fine art photography by Edward M. Fielding – www.edwardfielding.com

Art PrintsNight time in a rail yard with a red caboose at the empty station. Photography by Edward M. Fielding

Sell Art OnlineOld worn out train tracks and ties in the Connecticut River Valley. Essex Steam Train, Valley Railroad, Essex Connecticut. Fine art photography by Edward M. Fielding

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Jonathan Luther “John” “Casey” Jones (March 14, 1863 April 30, 1900) was an American railroad engineer from Jackson, Tennessee, who worked for the Illinois Central Railroad (IC). As a boy, he lived near Cayce, Kentucky, where he acquired the nickname of “Cayce,” which he chose to spell as “Casey.” On April 30, 1900, he alone was killed when his passenger train, the Cannonball Express, collided with a stalled freight train at Vaughan, Mississippi, on a foggy and rainy night.

His dramatic death, trying to stop his train and save lives, made him a hero; he was immortalized in a popular ballad sung by his friend Wallace Saunders, an African-American engine wiper for the IC.

 

Available as art prints, framed art, canvas and metal prints, cards, cell phone cases and more at:  http://tinyurl.com/ocx3o83

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