The farewell to the Reading FP7s trip in March 1976 passes through Edison, NJ on the Port Reading Branch during an intense thunderstorm. The wind gusts must have been somewhere between 50 to 75 mph, and I leaned against a guardrail to keep still. Was God showing his displeasure with the impending Conrail merger?
For the train and storm chaser. Thunderstorms, dark clouds, rain, lightning, hurricanes - tropical storms, funnel clouds, storm light, and rainbows. Hopefully a source of information, including EXIF Data, and inspiration for your future photo excursions.