Links to some other LunarLight Photography web pages -
Links to some favorite Railfan sites -
Trainorders.com Western Discussion Board is DEFINITELY worth a visit.
Altamont Press Railroad news, good discussion board, the famous Railfan Timetables, and news of Winterail!
Railroad Crossings Brett Wirick's Railroad photography from around the Southwestern USA, featuring lots of good location info.
Cajon Pass Rail Group Offers lots of good information on this famous pass through California's Transverse Range.
The Dispatcher's Office George Noller has some great photos from the old AT&SF San Bernardino dispatching office, amoungst other interesting things.
Coastrails.com A great resource for information on the old Southern Pacific Coast Line from Los Angeles to San Francisco.
headsupcoastfans A good place to keep up on happenings on the UP Coast Line.
Rail Map of Los Angeles Harbor Interesting, though already out of date, given how fast the area is changing.
Port of LA. Los Angeles Harbor Comission official web site. Lots of good links!
Rails Around The Bay - a site on San Francisco Bay railroading.
Sacramento Northern A really good site on this historic line.
Tidewater Southern A really good site on this historic line.
Tidewater Southern .com Another good Tidewater Southern site.
Locomotive Operating Manuals Lots of good information on historic species of diesel locomotives.Don Strack Utah Rails Historic Packing Houses in Southern California
Links to some really good railroad photography sites
Somewhere West of Denver Chuck Donaldson's site featuring tight, dynamic compositions.
Don Winslow Railroad Photography features BNSF action in the Southern California desert with very high quality images.
Don's Darkroom Don Bowen's darkroom in Exeter has produced some rare images of San Joaquin Valley shortlines, along with a lot of other good stuff.
A Distant Signal. Judd Spittler presents some really good digital imagery, including moonlight on Cajon Pass.
Sam Reeves Photography presents well composed Northern California railroad images, as well as some nice landscapes.
Ken Rattenne's Railroad Pages from the San Francisco Bay area, and his famous coverage of the WP.
Bob Morris Photography has an increadible supply of images from when it wasn't "all crap".
North American Rails Martin Oscarsson presents lots of good photos from all over the continent.
Mountain West Rail Paul Birkholz presents the work of several good western photographers.
The Works of O. Winston Link This is an unofficial site but represents Link's work very well.
I visit Anaheim Al when I want to seem some Orange County action.
BNSF foamer is a website based in Bellingham, WA.
Jim Springer's rail photography Jim get's around and has some nice offerings.
Model Railroading Sites
South Bay Modular Railroad Club - Portable HO Scale Railroading I am Vice President and Secretary of this club.
Orange County Module Railroaders A really fine modular group, worth a visit.
Belmont Shores Model Railroad Club These guys have a very impressive N-scale setup in San Pedro.
Some other useful stuff:
Monitor Calibration Instructions for optimizing your computer monitor for viewing on-line photographs!
New stuff I haven't catagorized yet
Rail Links dot com Another great list of rail links!
More to come when I get the time!
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