An example of a cargo cart, typically used to move shipped goods and baggage around a train station back in the 1800s and early half of the 1900s. On display at the Railroad Museum Of Pennsylvania in Strasburg, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
I shot nearly all Arista EDU Ultra 400 ISO film on this trip. The film had been sitting in the fridge, neglected, for over a year while my main choice for 400 ISO has usually been Ilford HP5+. My supply of H5+ was gone so I decided to crack open the Arista 400 and I was very pleasantly surprised by the results. The film holds a rich tonality and an amazing grain free appearance even at full 400 speed, partially attributed to the larger negative size I am sure but even compared to HP5+ it seemed more like a 200 speed film. I'm definitely going to pick up a few more boxes to shoot with this Winter.
Busch Pressman Model D 4x5 large format film camera.
Graflex Optar 135mm F4.7 lens in a Graphex shutter.
Arista EDU Ultra 400 B&W film, shot at ISO 400.
8 seconds at F22.
Developed in Ilford DD-X 1+4 dilution for 6 minutes @ 20 degrees Celsius using a Beseler 8x10 print drum placed on Unicolor Uniroller 352 auto-reversing rotary base.
4x5" negative scanned with Epson V600.