Zenfolio | Dave Cardillo | Choo-Chew

Created 9-Feb-12
Modified 10-Feb-12
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Clarksville's L & N rail station held early memories for our family during the 1950's. It was the getting off point for our travels from New York to what would become our new home. Much of this point of view remains intact. The station is a weekend farmer's market; the remaining active rail spur running alongside the parked, demo engine. Last frame, background is the still prosperous American Tobacco Company, belching steam, processing snuff for world wide distributionl

Camera: Fuji Finepis X-10, EXR mode, EXCEPT "Night Train", Pentax iST DS, 35mm Takumar.

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Keywords:Americana, Clarksville TN, Louisville & Nashville Rail Road, R J Corman, bygone eras, locomotives, mature industries, nostalgia, railroads, trains