The Ghosts of the T&T

Photographic Creations

This is a series of images attempting to compare the railroads of yesterday with the location as it appears today. In most instances, the photographer has tried to duplicate the exact location and lens setting used in producing the historical photograph. Other images have no coresponding historical shot yet found. After scanning in the modern image, the appropriate sections (no longer extant) of the old image are overlaid - ghosted - onto the new image.

These are works of derivative art. Color prints on photographic paper of some images are available. For prices and conditions e-mail us.

Red Cut

Historical Re-Creation

Myrick, pp.567

T.C.M. Mill at Tecopa

Historical Re-Creation

Winslow/Hendricks Collection

Amargosa Canyon
The Palisades

Historical Re-Creation

Myrick, pp.569

Palisades in Panorama

Original Creation

John A. McCulloch

Wreck of BG's #13

Historical Re-Creation

MRVM, Image #5455

Myrick, pp.571

TRR #1
at Noonday Mine

Historical Re-Creation

Winslow/Hendricks Collection

Noonday Mine
And Buildings

Historical Re-Creation

Winslow/Hendricks Collection

DVRR Baby Gauge
at Widow Mine

Historical Re-Creation

Myrick, pp.620

Baby Gauge Ore Train

Historical Re-Creation

Myrick, pp.619

Starlets Open Ryan Tourism

Historical Re-Creation

Union Pacific 1929 Death Valley Brochure

Myrick, pp.619

Work Train to Ryan

Historical Re-Creation

MRVM, Image #0544

BG #12 at Rhyolite

Historical Re-Creation

Winslow/Hendricks Collection

Myrick, pp.524

Leeland Station

Historical Re-Creation

Winslow/Hendricks Collection

Silver Lake Station

Historical Re-Creation

Myrick, pp.562-565

Noonday Mine
from above the Columbia Mine

Historical Re-Creation

Winslow-Hendricks Collection

Wreck on the Tecopa Railroad

Historical Re-Creation

Original image from U.S. Borax Archives

Overview of Rochester

Historical Re-Creation

Myrick, pp.832

Overview of Borate

Historical Re-Creation

Smitheram Family Collection

Myrick, pp.825

 

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