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First Friday Photography Show about Transit

 

Portland (image credit: Curt Ailes)

Portland (image credit: Curt Ailes)

 

I have the privilege of showing some photographs at the Mass Ave Wine Shoppe for the month of November. I have assembled a small set of photos from the last year worth of travelling around the country.

Chicago (image credit: Curt Ailes)

Chicago (image credit: Curt Ailes)

My aim is to help expose people to the superior transit systems that appear around the country.

Charlotte (image credit: Curt Ailes)

Charlotte (image credit: Curt Ailes)

Even in cities that are similar in size and economic power to ours such as Charlotte, NC & Portland, OR.

Portland South Waterfront (image credit: Curt Ailes)

Portland South Waterfront (image credit: Curt Ailes)

I also showed some big city hitters such as Chicago & Washington D.C.

Washington DC (image credit: Curt Ailes)

Washington DC (image credit: Curt Ailes)

If you are out and about, I will be there for the opening from at least 6-8 with my son in tow. Come by and say hi and talk about buses and trains with me!

6 Responses to “ “First Friday Photography Show about Transit”

  1. Brandon Chitwood says:

    All the rail lines are what keep me coming back to Chicago.

  2. Chris Barnett says:

    DC Metro is so photogenic because of its geometric design. But almost all the stations look alike. Metro Center, with its dual level tracks and X-crossing vaulted ceiling, is really something. (Also confusing/nerve-wracking for users, to be sure one catches the right train going the right way.)
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    Someday, go to Philadelphia and get some shots of their “light rail”, the subway-surface trolley cars. I sure hope they’ve been replaced since I rode them in the 70’s and 80’s…but SEPTA still runs commuter rail equipment from the 60’s and early 70’s.

  3. Joe Smoker says:

    you should have shown a picture of yourself looking down and indianapolis road or highway and crying…….

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