|"CSX Locomotive No. 5119 in Shenandoah Junction, WV"|
(C) Allen Pearson Photography
My interest in railroading is in railroad history and photography. When I was a young boy, I had an HO Scale model train layout. I didn't design it after any particular city, town, or landscape, I just designed all the town as I wanted and had a few trains.
Today, I am starting a new series of railroad photography posts which will feature railroad history too. My dog Noah is my railfanning buddy most of the time when I go out, I am naming the posts "Noah's Railroad History!" The photography will feature my own work with a note about something that happened in the railroad world. The posts will not always be about what happened "that day in history" but about an event.
Noah's Railroad History: On January 1, 1800, the first successful non-condensing high-pressure stationary steam-engine was built by Oliver Evans. The engine was later used in the building of the first steam-powered boat.
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