Once in a while, you get come up with a photo that turns out totally different from what it looked like through the lens. This shot was taken from the coach behind the engine. The crossbucks at a crossing are visible through both windows of the engine. The engineer is leaning out of the cab and you can see his left arm/hand on the throttle (below the crossbucks on the right). A brakeman's lantern is hanging off of the throttle. The fireman is shovelling coal into the fire box (you can see him bent over to the left of door to the firebox), and the open door gives off an erie glow.
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