I was called yesterday morning to come and look at some cameras and other photographic equipment. When I arrived, I found there were also hundreds of negatives and slides, from 35mm to large format. The work belonged to Clarence Marion Robbins (1911-2004). He was not a professional, but photography was an important hobby for him. The family wants me to go through the collection and see if there is anything of note. I took the first 2 negatives I saw last night and scanned them. My scanner does not have a 116 holder, so I used the 120 film holder which cropped the edges. I have included the scan of those images here. They are from a 1955 train accident in Centralia. They were taken with the camera shown on Kodak Safety Film. My images were taken with the Nikon Df and Nikon 50mm 1.8g lens.