Old Muley’s Roundhouse

Life, photography and philosophy at 1:87 scale…


Photography has always had a special place in my heart. In the mid 1980’s I received my first camera, a Minolta X-370. That was the start of my interest in photography for both documentation and for art. During the time I was shooting film, I enjoyed experimenting with infrared film, both black/white and color. Once film began to fall out of favor, was an early adopter of digital media. Often I would still shoot film, and then have my negatives scanned into a digital format. Eventually I moved on from film completely to strictly digital. Below is a sampling of some of my work, although I can’t take credit for any of the pictures in the Found Family Photos section.

National Railroad Museum

Trains in Titletown

Railfanning Across America

Railfan Photography

Art Photography

Getting Creative with the Camera

Photo Restoration

Scanning and Restoring Family Photos