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Keeping it real

Killigrew uses vintage methods to photograph vintage train
“Larry Beam” is one of Brian Killigrew’s silver gelatin prints of life behind the scenes at the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad on display at Open Shutter Gallery.
Brian Killigrew used a vintage 4x5 camera for the images in his exhibit at Open Shutter Gallery.
Killigrew’s silver gelatin print, “473 Backing onto Turntable,” is typical of his benhind-the-scenes photos taken at D&SNG railyard.
“Most people don’t even know those things open up like that,” Brian Killigrew said of “Two Men in Smokebox.” To the right is Killigrew’s portrait, “Gary Clark.”
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The Open Shutter Gallery, 735 Main Ave., will host a signing event for photographer Brian Killigrew from 5-8 p.m. today. Killigrew’s photographic exhibit of the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad will remain on display through Sept. 19. For

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“Larry Beam” is one of Brian Killigrew’s silver gelatin prints of life behind the scenes at the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad on display at Open Shutter Gallery.
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Brian Killigrew used a vintage 4x5 camera for the images in his exhibit at Open Shutter Gallery.
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Killigrew’s silver gelatin print, “473 Backing onto Turntable,” is typical of his benhind-the-scenes photos taken at D&SNG railyard.
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“Most people don’t even know those things open up like that,” Brian Killigrew said of “Two Men in Smokebox.” To the right is Killigrew’s portrait, “Gary Clark.”
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