Posted by Tom Keeping on May 18, 2012 
Congrats on 3000, James! Quite a feat, and so enjoyable. I have so enjoyed your photographic eye and sharpness of detail in your shots. Thanks so much and keep 'em coming!
Posted by Chris Marwood on May 18, 2012 
Nice nostalgic shot of workaday locos
Posted by Mark Rosnick on May 18, 2012 
You picked a real special image for number 3000. Congrats and nice work.
Posted by Jason Cary on May 18, 2012 
Awesome!
Posted by Mike Danneman on May 18, 2012 
Wow, thatís a lot of photos, James! Iím sure you know this, but the Helper/Martin area certainly is one of those places dear to my heart too. Fond memories . . .
Posted by Jim Sinclair on May 18, 2012 
James... Indeed, you saved a real gem for your 3,000th submission to the database! This is classic Utah Railway and Alco all wrapped up in one handsome package. I would have liked to been there to see the black smoke and hear those six RSDs chug and bark to get that coal train started out of Martin yard; I'm sure it was quite a show. I always enjoy viewing your photos (old and new!) and I hope you still have a good quantity of classics (like this!) that are waiting to be scanned and shared with us. Congrats on your 3,000th photo being accepted into the database and thank you for all your memorable views! Five Stars and a PCA nomination from me.
Posted by zachb2312 on May 19, 2012 
3000th posting - wow, congrats! You are my favorite railpictures.net photgrapher/member - me and my son log on nearly every day and we always look forward to seeing what you've posted up! Thanks so much for all of the amazing photo's you've posted!
Posted by Chuck Schwesinger on May 19, 2012 
James, congrats on number 3000! I'm glad you used a classic Alco shot for this milestone. PCA from me also!
Posted by Jake McGarvie on May 19, 2012 
James: Congrats! and PCA!
Posted by Extra 127 South on May 19, 2012 
There is so much to look at in this image, especially for an old Alco lover like me. I keep going back and looking at it over and over. Beautiful.
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