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Children Watching Amtrak Cascades Train in Albany, Oregon (editor's title)

Children standing on railing watching the arrival of Amtrak train no. 504 at Albany, Oregon
Children and passengers watching the arrival of Amtrak Cascades train no. 504 at Albany, Oregon, on July 30, 2010. Note the woman, probably a mother, photographing the children. Amtrak's state-funded Cascades service provides two daily roundtrips between Portland and Eugene, Oregon, using articulated trainsets built by Talgo of Spain.
Source Scott Lothes, Corvallis, Oregon
Coverage Spatial, Albany, Oregon; Temporal, July 30, 2010
Rights Scott Lothes
Date Created 2010-07-30
Resource Type
Extent 12.8 megapixel RAW file
Depicted Railroad
Location Halsey, Oregon
Builder, Cars Talgo
Creator Description Scott Lothes grew up in West Virginia and Ohio, and has a bachelorís degree in mechanical engineering. He worked for three years as the assistant editor of an engineering magazine, and then spent two years living, traveling, and teaching English in Asia. He won the 2003 Trains magazine photography contest and was co-winner of the Center's 2006 Creative Photography Award. Lothes has been studying railroads in literature for several years, and hopes to continue those studies in graduate school.
Collection Scott Lothes Collection
Train Name Cascades
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