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Heisler locomotive
Travel Town Museum
Griffith Park
Los Angeles
California
Kowa/SIX
KOWA 1:4/40mm lens
Kowa L1A ø95S filter
Fuji 160NS film
120 film
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Epson Perfection V600
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Heisler Locomotive

Heisler Locomotive
This Heisler locomotive was used for hauling timber from the forest to the mill in the Mother Lode country. It was built by the Heisler Locomotive Works in 1918. This geared locomotive weights 75 tons and all 12 wheels on the three trucks are driving wheels. The large parts that protrude diagonally from the sides of the locomotive just in front of the cab are the pistons. The pistons operate a crank shaft which rotates two drive shafts that turn all 12 wheels. In 1952 it was donated to Travel Town by the Pickering Lumber Co,

This photo was taken by a Kowa/SIX medium format film camera and a KOWA 1:4/40mm lens with a Kowa L1A ø95S filter using Fuji 160NS film, the negative scanned by an Epson Perfection V600 and digitally rendered with Photoshop.

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 Scott Holcomb
Scott Holcomb club
Heisler
6 weeks ago.
 Terry B
Terry B club
Nice work! A beautiful loco and great use of your 40mm. I've never seen a Heisler close up--a number of Shays but never a Heisler.
6 weeks ago.
Scott Holcomb club
has replied to Terry B club
Thanks! The Travel Town Museum hosts a number of locomotives and other railroad equipment. It is a must-visit for rail enthusiasts.
6 weeks ago. Edited 6 weeks ago.

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