Brendan Quirk

Abandoned Railroad Bridge

An abandoned railroad bridge on the old Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul line to Fond Du Lac. Seen in the woods just north of Mayville, Wisconsin. The photo was taken in September of 2016. This print was made in January, 2018 on 8” x 10” paper.

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Abandoned Railroad Bridge
Brendan Quirk, Jan 10, 2019
Location:
Mayville, Wisconsin, USA
Equipment Used:
Pentax 67 medium format SLR equipped with a 45 mm f/4 SMC Pentax 67 lens
Exposure:
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Film & Developer:
Ilford FP4+/D76 1:1
Paper & Developer:
Ilford Multigrade FB Classic Double Weight Fiber Base/Dektol
Lens Filter:
None
Digital Post Processing Details:
Sharpen
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    • pentaxuser
      Nice shot. Reminds me a bit of that scene in "Stand By Me" where the kids are intent on finding the dead body, are on a bridge and the train is coming.
    • Brendan Quirk
      Thanks - except this time, no kids, no train!
    • pentaxuser
      Thanks Brendan. I love looking at these kinds of railway memorabilia and walking on such places. My imagination does the rest
    • Brendan Quirk
      Of course, this shot was made with a Pentax, so it should be doubly good for you!
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