Back when I started photography I had no particular intentions of going beyond certain type of shots (I.E. Cataloging Damage, http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v371/battousaiofnphiles/Photos/automotive/100_0689.jpg, http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v371/battousaiofnphiles/Photos/automotive/100_0685.jpg) But for the last year or so I have been making more of a serious hobby out of it and trying to broaden my scope a bit. For the past couple weeks I have been on a bit of a landmark kick. Couple weeks ago I went down to take some shots of the Salamanca Rail Museum (formerly Known as the Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburgh Depot In Salamanca.) Unfortunately the building is under repair because of either vandalism or fire I can't remember which. There where two doors (one on either side of the building) boarded over. I took a couple of shots any way despite that but figured I would return for better. A couple days ago I took a stroll down there to see if any progress had been made on those doors (there had not) when I noticed the curator was out doing some cleaning out front. I figured I'd stop and ask him if he had any idea as to when it would be fixed since he was right there. He noticed my camera and asked about it. I told him flat out "I want to get pictures of the building but the ply-wood is a little unsightly." After asking if I had done any of the Erie station, He offered to cooperate with a bunch of different shots including but not limited to night shots as well as putting some prints on display inside with my name on them. I honestly think he is jumping the gun, he may have been a little excited to see some one with a real camera within two hundred yards of the place as he did not even ask to see what I had taken. Never the less, It's an opportunity to get shots I would under other circumstances be unable to get as well as possibly putting my name into a world I never thought I'd reach. I am not sure if I should take him up on it or not.