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Copyright 1996-2003
Kevin E. Musser


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The Keweenaw Photo Shop

Photo AlbumVII


This page is devoted to those of you who wish to share your photos of the Copper Country with those who visit this site. If you have a photo or two or three that you would like to share please send electronic copies to me and I will be happy to display them here. If you don't have access to a scanner and would still like to have your photos displayed here just send me a note and we will work it out. It's a good way to get your photos scanned for free and have fun sharing your work with others in the process. Hope to hear from you soon. (Kevin Musser)

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Ted relates:
I was born in 1949 in Iowa, but grew up in Menominee, Michigan. I graduated from Michigan Tech University in 1971. In 1983 I moved out here to the Phoenix AZ area, and have worked various jobs in the electronics and aerospace industry. I also was a partner in The Railfan Photographer magazine (now The Railroad Press).

Here are some of my older shots from the mid-60's when I was a teenager. I used a Kodak Rangefinder camera until July of 1966, when I got a Miranda G. Film used was Kodachrome II.

Don't miss a great site and see all the rest of Ted's photos here.

The Photos of Ted Ellis

Here is the LS&I #29 (now on the Grand Canyon Ry) given up for scrap in November 1969 in Marquette, MI.

Click here for a high res. version of the photo above from Ted's site.

The Marquette & Huron Mtn's 2-8-0 #19 at Big Bay MI July 1964. This unit is now on display in the MGM Grand Casino in Las Vegas NV for the Grand Canyon Ry.

Click here for a high res. version of the photo above from Ted's site.

This is a Lake Superior & Ishpeming train near Marquette, Mi. Taken Aug. 1966.

Click here for a high res. version of the photo above from Ted's site.





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