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  1. #2561
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    Re: Post your Train shots!

    Thank you. Man your weather is COLD and topped off with snow too? Brrrrr.

    Our high today was 40 Deg and it'll drop to 21 Deg. tonight, which is cause for near panic. "Bone chilling cold" they call it on local TV. Thank heaven Mrs. Sandpatch's Volkswagen has seat heaters, else she might perish on her five mile commute.


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  2. #2562
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    Post your Train shots!
    Went out yesterday in search of NS's Nickel Plate heritage locomotive, but failed in my quest. As consolation, I grabbed a few roster shots of Lancaster & Chester locomotives.

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  3. #2563
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    Those are nice Sandpatch. That small switcher brings me back to Republic Steel & the River Terminal Railway. One summer I had a job working the extra board as a fireman on that type of engine.

    This one is at the NKP & Mad River museum in Bellevue Ohio. I don't know who it once worked for.
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  4. #2564
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    Post your Train shots!
    These were certainly durable little locomotives weren't they? That's so neat that you got to fire on one during a summer. I checked to find that the L&C unit is an SW-900 built in '65, but I couldn't find anything about the locomotive in your photo.

    Amazingly, I did find that the museum has a Lehigh & Hudson River hopper. The L&HR owned relatively few pieces of equipment and it amazes me that an example of these early steel cars survives. [Not my photo].

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  5. #2565
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    Re: Post your Train shots!

    Post your Train shots!
    More iron ore from the Pilbara.

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  6. #2566
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    Re: Post your Train shots!

    Post your Train shots!
    Went out today in search of trains and got some shots.

    Blue Ridge Southern arrives in Asheville, NC as a special NS locomotive looks on:

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    Later in Biltmore, NC a one car freight with abundant horsepower arrives:

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  7. #2567
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    Post your Train shots!
    At Ridgecrest, NC, the train passes by and enters Swanannoa Tunnel. Unfortunately, I missed a train coming out of the tunnel earlier in the day.

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  8. #2568
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    Re: Post your Train shots!

    Post your Train shots!
    Quote Originally Posted by Sandpatch View Post
    Helpers depart Biltmore, NC at Milepost 0 under a classic Southern Rwy. cantilever signal bridge.

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    Miles east minus helpers, the same train exits Burgin Tunnel and works downgrade at Ridgecrest, NC.

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  9. #2569
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    Re: Post your Train shots!

    Same here, attachments not working
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  10. #2570
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    Re: Post your Train shots!

    Wow what a great set of pictures Sandpatch! The helpers have their cloaking devices on.
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