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The top photograph shows the back section of the scoreboard in centerfield (National/American League scores with the Union 76 Logo. I was coming down the stairs to the general admission area. The bottom photograph shows the entire centerfield scoreboard including the Sony JumboTRON. I was on the field during Fuji Photo Day on the third base side and was getting ready to head back up to the stands. Both photographs were taken in May 1988 using Kodachrome 64 35mm slide film.
The camera was a Canon EOS 620 film camera. Those were the days when you had to ration out your picture taking as you only had 36 exposures on a roll of film. The slide film held up very well over the years as I had it stored in a cool dry area. The color and details are still excellent when I scanned the transparencies on an Epson Flatbed scanner.