2017 September Online Competition

2017 September Online Competition

September Theme: Arkansas & Missouri Railroad
A special online competition sponsored by the Arkansas & Missouri Railroad for PSNWA members. The A & M railroad is looking for images for a 2018 calendar. What better way to see a selection of images featuring the A & M Railroad than by sponsoring a competition? PSNWA members can enter up to 5 images with an Arkansas & Missouri Railroad theme. Images might be of the passenger train, freight trains, A & M Railroad staff, or anything else featuring the railroads hardware or employees. Images must be of the A & M Railroad and not other trains or train related items not part of the A & M Railroad.

A winner will be selected by popular vote by members, and will receive an A & M Railroad baseball cap as well as a free ticket to the Nov 5th PSNWA Photographers Excursion Train. Selected members may be contacted about optional inclusion in the 2018 Arkansas & Missouri Railroad Calendar.

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Skull Creek

Author : Justin Elliott
0 Votes

Skull Creek

Author : Justin Elliott
1 Votes

Departing

Author : Justin Elliott
0 Votes

Late Afternoon

Author : Justin Elliott
0 Votes

View from Below

Author : Justin Elliott
0 Votes

Train engine emerges from the tunnel.

Author : John Baltz
4 Votes

At rest after a long hard day at work.

Author : Chris Rogers
0 Votes

train station downtown Springdale just past sunset

Author : Chris Rogers
0 Votes

This was taken in 2008. Just think how many have used these steps.

Author : Brenda Shipley
0 Votes

Winslow Train Tunnel.

Author : Bob Hurt
0 Votes

Dining car on the Arkansas & Missouri Railroad passenger train.

Author : Bob Hurt
0 Votes

Springdale Train Station.

Author : Bob Hurt
0 Votes

Train conductor aboard the A & M Railroad

Author : Bob Hurt
0 Votes

Bridge Across the Bayou

Author : Judith Vining
4 Votes

Frisco Dining Car

Author : Jim Harris
0 Votes

Frisco Fest passengers leaving Downtown Rogers.

Author : Jim Harris
0 Votes

Excursion Train leaving Frisco Fest 2017

Author : Jim Harris
1 Votes

A delighted passenger enjoys riding the train

Author : Mary Stewart
1 Votes

A close-up of the majestic engine number 44

Author : Mary Stewart
0 Votes

Train crossing the bridge at Frog Bayou

Author : Mary Stewart
0 Votes

Crossing Frog Bayou

Author : Tim Johnson
1 Votes

Train crosses the tressel

Author : Tim Johnson
1 Votes

Train crossing the tressel

Author : Tim Johnson
6 Votes

Exiting the tunnel

Author : Tim Johnson
4 Votes

Exiting the tunnel

Author : Tim Johnson
0 Votes

Pulling into the Winslow Station.

Author : Melissa Jones
1 Votes

Exiting the tunnel.

Author : Melissa Jones
0 Votes

Crossing Frog Bayou.

Author : Melissa Jones
3 Votes

Model on the train.

Author : Melissa Jones
2 Votes

Crossing the 100-year-old trestle bridge.

Author : Melissa Jones
3 Votes

Excursion train arriving in Rogers AR 2017

Author : Jim Harris
2 Votes

Excursion train passing through downtown Rogers 2017

Author : Jim Harris
3 Votes

The excursionist enjoy the open air passenger car as it passes through the Winslow Tunnel.

Author : John BaltzAdmin
1 Votes
Online Competition Rules
Photographic Society of Northwest Arkansas Members can submit up to 5 images for this competition. Pictures can be submitted from the 1st through the 15th of each month. Voting on images will take place From the 16th through the end of the month and each member will have the opportunity to vote for three of their favorite photographs in the competition. One photographer will be selected as winner based on the total votes received and juried by the PSNWA Chairman for Photographic Competitions. Two honorable mention photographers will also be selected based on votes. The member with the winning print will receive a free ticket to the Photographers Excursion Train on Nov 5, an A & M Railroad Baseball Cap and will be displayed as the cover photo on the PSNWA Facebook page the following month. Images may be displayed at participating business sponsors around Northwest Arkansas post competition and published online or in print by PSNWA.

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