TrainWeb Photo Gallery
(RailPhotos.com & RailFotos.com)
Do you have railroad photos to share? If so, then please email us at:
TrainWeb has started a new program where we will will take it upon ourselves to post your railroad related photos to this website.
You can either email .JPG files to us at the above email address or you can mail your railroad photos to:
RailPhotos c/o NordiLusta LLC, 6400 NE Highway 99 G-149, Vancouver, WA 98665.
If you wish to have your photos returned after they are scanned, then please include a self-addressed stamped envelope.
We'll be happy to return your photos after they are scanned.
If you don't include a self-addressed stamped envelope then we will assume that you don't need them to be returned to you.
After they are scanned, we'll forward them for archiving them at the APRHF Silver Rails Gallery in La Plata, Missouri.
If you wish to email railroad photos images to us, please attach them to an email and send them to the above email address.
You can either attach several images to a single email or send each one in a separate email.
Please do not send .zip files. We will only accept attached individual .JPG image files.
Please provide as much information about each photo as possible. We'd like a title and description of each photo that you send to us.
If you know the date the photos was taken, please provide that also. Also send us the name of the photographer which in most cases
we assume is you. If you'd rather have the photos posted annonymously without your name, let us know that. Otherwise we will publish
your name along with the photo. If you are not the photographer, then be sure you do have the permission of the person who took
the photo for it to be posted on this web site. Any photos submitted without the permission of the photographer will be removed.
Our goal is preserve and share railroad heritage through photos at this website. Even if your railroad photos were recently taken,
they will someday be part of railroad history. So please send us your railroad photos even if they were taken recently.
This new RailPhotos.com feature of TrainWeb will allow everyone to be able to share their railroad photos even if they don't have
the time, expertise, or interest in creating their own website or blog. But even if you do have your own website or blog, you are
welcome to share your web photos here1
Photographs and video clips of interest to rail travelers, railfans, and model railroad
hobbyists. An extensive collection of photographs and video clips related to Amtrak is
also featured including photos and video clips of passenger trains, accommodations, and
scenery along the routes.
Note To TrainWeb.org Webmasters: Do you have a website with hundreds or thousands of interesting
railroad related photos that is not listed below? Let us know and we'll be happy to review your
website for inclusion in the below list. We are specifically interested in websites that have
their galleries of photos separated from the rest of their website postings such that visitors
can get right to viewing photos. Thanks!
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