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Date: 02/16/21 13:34
​The Classic Grab Shot
Author: MacBeau

They are endemic to every photographer it would seem, and Arthur Rothstein of FSA fame was no exception. Like good Scotch, however, eighty plus years has made this one even better. On his way up the Rio Grande River Valley to document the potato harvest in October 1939, the signage leaves little doubt as to where he was when he took it. 

Be of good cheer,
—Mac

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 02/16/21 15:53 by MacBeau.




Date: 02/16/21 14:32
Re: ​The Classic Grab Shot
Author: tomstp

I never saw a vandy tank on those engines.



Date: 02/16/21 15:25
Re: ​The Classic Grab Shot
Author: PHall

tomstp Wrote:
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> I never saw a vandy tank on those engines.

Yet there it is.



Date: 02/16/21 17:02
Re: ​The Classic Grab Shot
Author: callum_out

103X looks to be a C-43, sure don't remember many shots of that class especially with the Vandy tender, interesting shot.

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Date: 02/16/21 17:29
Re: ​The Classic Grab Shot
Author: dan

looks to be a 102x



Date: 02/16/21 19:58
Re: ​The Classic Grab Shot
Author: callum_out

If that's a 2 that would make it a C-41, same general class as used to build the K-37s. Makes the tender a bit more of a mystery.

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Date: 02/17/21 12:41
Re: ​The Classic Grab Shot
Author: Ritzville

Thanks for a very interesting picture!

Larry



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