News from Samuel E Howard

October 1, 2020: The Caboose Gallery

The Caboose Gallery is now open again.
My gallery is open Friday - Sunday 11am to 4pm. If you cannot make it when I'm in the gallery you can also schedule an appointment to visit the gallery. Please email me or call for an appointment.

If your in the littleton area please visit the Caboose Gallery. For more information go to the Caboose Gallery page.

October 1, 2020: Train Room Photography

I am making a lot of changes to the website. Ive added a couple of pages went through my photographs and cleaned house you might say I added and took away some product and re adjusted my pricing. I'm always adding a photograph on my social media sights and some photographs that are not on the sight. I hope you enjoy the photographs

June 26, 2020: Public Photo Prentations

Public Photo Prentations

Public Photo Presentations

If you are looking for someone to speak at any event from camera clubs to conventions, I can incorporate a wealth of information with a spectacular slide show to interest your group. Please contact me for more details.

I always tailor my railroad programs with your input. I am happy to put a new railroad subject presentation together at no extra cost. Each of these presentations fills a 60-90-minute time slot that includes the presentation (about 45-60 min) plus a Q&A period. I am very willing to negotiate fees.

All presentations are digitally based. Just an appropriate room with screen. I provide the computer, digital projector.

Fees are negotiable and include a speaker’s fee, mileage, periderm.

Contact me for more information and please look through my

Railroad Images of Colorado image galleries

June 23, 2020: Trackside Photographer Article

Trackside Photographer Article

The article I did for the The Trackside Photographer is now online. From My Perch at Denver's Union Station. http://www.thetracksidephotographer.com

June 23, 2020: Rocky Mtn Railroad Heritage Society Newsletter

Rocky Mtn Railroad Heritage Society Newsletter

315 on the High Bridge made the cover of there newsletter