Your favorite railroad photography podcast
Walter Scriptunas II is a railfan and professional photographer based in West Virginia and Florida. We talk about shooting the final days of the Space Shuttle program and Ringling Brothers circus train.
Justin Franz is a writer and photographer in Whitefish, Montana and a correspondent for Trains Magazine. We discuss railfanning with publication in mind, police blotters, mirrorless cameras, and the end of rail service in downtown Kalispell.
Scott Lothes, President and Executive Director of the Center for Railroad Photography & Art, talks about the Center, their convention, and his railfan travels throughout China, Switzerland, and the United States.
Mathieu Tremblay talks about "bush railfanning" on Quebec's North Coast, from SOPOR's car ferry in Baie-Comeau to the ore haulers in Port-Cartier and Sept-Iles.
Meet Nick Benson and Lou Capwell, a couple of dudes who're giving this podcast thing a whirl. We talk about our backgrounds, our plans for the show, and go off on a strange tangent on monorails.