The Human Element of Railroading
In a scene reminiscent of a bygone era in railroading, Volunteer Engineer Tex Gordon and Volunteer Brian Panaro exchange friendly greetings as the train passes. All too often the human element of railroading is forgotten to locomotives and rolling-stock, but a railroad's lifeblood is it's dedicated employees, or for museum railroads, volunteers.
Photographed by Tom Lenz, May, 2010.
Added to the photo archive by Tom Lenz, June 23, 2011.
Railroad: Cooperstown & Charlotte Valley.
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