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Train Wreck

Those images were posted many moons ago. It is possible that there may be others in the collection but I would have to check.

My GFather took images of many things. Not sure of many of the things. Mostly Jefferson County, I think.

Just finishing up geneology for GFather's side. Very interesting. A cousin in Clearfield wrote two books on them. Still can't fully comprehend everything yet.

Thanks for the compliment.I did not know of the existence of the images until my uncle died and his wife gave them to me. I had to use a local film processer that had a B&W dark room to manually change the contrast. I tried my flatbed scanner but it did not work.

Now that film is no longer being produced, I will have to find somebody that does it for a hobby.


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