Welcome to the RRPictureArchives.NET contributor site of Andrew Craun.
I am Andrew Craun! Welcome to my Railroad Photography page!
I am past 17, and Is living on the disorder of Autism, Bipolar, and Asperger's. My hobby has influenced me well enough that I have been rewarded myself for what I love. Having these 3 disorders, I have seen my self having a hard life, but I won't go into more detail.
This railroading hobby has calmed me down with stress I get here and there. Photography of trains has calmed me down in my hobby since I been doing this for 5 years. I have found me a hobby that really helps my autism.
I have been rail fanning for five years here in my hometown of Georgetown, Delaware. The first train I saw was a C44-9W. I invested in a $30 camcorder, wasn't great quality but it got the job done. My YouTube channel name was Railfanner532. All of the footage I has on there was lost, and due to a computer crash.
By the way, having three disorders is not fun. I usually get treated well, but I am going into a phase where I have no friends. I did make quite a few rail fan friends on here, and other sites. I lost my best friend last year (2016). He didn't pass away, but it was time to move since he is in college.
Learning a lesson, college will get you busy too.
My new youtube channel, Delmarva Rail Productions (Used to be Central Delmarva Railfan) has many kinds of video that I upload. I have gained over 20K views.
I will add more to my story, if you have any questions feel free to contact me.
MY SAFETY IS NUMBER ONE. TRAINS COME SECOND. My hobby is like a second life in me , but when it comes to safety, my safety is my always top concern. No trespassing has been done and all photos was taken on public property.
1. Canon Rebel T5
2. Sony Handycam CRX-405
3. Tagus monopod
4. Nikon Coolpix L830 (Recently upgraded)
Thanks for understand my story, enjoy my railroad pictures! Thanks!
You may browse my collection of pictures via the menu located on the left hand side of the page. I hope you enjoy the collection and thanks for stopping by!