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  1. #3031
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    Re: Post your Train shots!

    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick Molloy View Post
    Delete if you’ve seen it, but I only just did....

    https://youtu.be/i49BesMwKF4


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    That was so cool!


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  2. #3032
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    Re: Post your Train shots!

    Post your Train shots!
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  3. #3033
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    Re: Post your Train shots!

    ​saw this on facebook today
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  4. #3034
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    Re: Post your Train shots!

    Post your Train shots!
    From November 1981, Sandpatch was at Sand Patch, PA with friends to see the B&O's Allegheny summit. [Kodachrome, Nikkormat FTn]

    Post your Train shots!-1981-11-28-012-sand-patch-pa-upload.jpg
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  5. #3035
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    Re: Post your Train shots!

    Nice one Sandpatch. Sandpatch at Sandpatch!
    Back when SD 40-2's were big modern power.
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  6. #3036
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    Re: Post your Train shots!

    Post your Train shots!
    Learning how to scan b&w negatives. Some are not in good condition, but others are okay. These are from the mid-1970s in northern IL. All were processed in a basement darkroom built by my Dad for my brother and I. [Plus-X, Nikkormat FTn]

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  7. #3037
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    Re: Post your Train shots!

    Post your Train shots!
    Quote Originally Posted by Sandpatch View Post
    Learning how to scan b&w negatives. Some are not in good condition, but others are okay. These are from the mid-1970s in northern IL. All were processed in a basement darkroom built by my Dad for my brother and I. [Plus-X, Nikkormat FTn]

    Post your Train shots!-1970s-mid-003-cnw-barrington-il-upload.jpg

    Post your Train shots!-1970s-mid-001-cnw-barrington-il-upload.jpg

    Post your Train shots!-1970s-mid-001-eje-barrington-il-upload.jpg
    Ooh, here comes the caboose!
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  8. #3038
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    Re: Post your Train shots!

    Oh boy black & white! Sandpatch, what is the story with that giant center-cab locomotive?
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  9. #3039
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    Re: Post your Train shots!

    Quote Originally Posted by crashton View Post
    Oh boy black & white! Sandpatch, what is the story with that giant center-cab locomotive?
    These were Baldwin DT-6-6-2000s and the EJ&E was by far the largest buyer of them at 26 units. The "J" was a good Baldwin customer and found them well suited for lugging heavy steel mill tonnage, as well as road switching. After a decade of service, the J decided to remove the less-than-satisfactory Baldwin 606SC engines and replace them with EMD 567s. The flared perimeter around the base of the hoods you can see was added during the rebuilds, as the 567 was a wider engine and needed a hood with greater space.

    The big Baldwins were nearly gone when I started taking pictures, so I treasure this one. My mother called these Pushmi-Pullyus, as per Dr. Doolittle.
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  10. #3040
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    Re: Post your Train shots!

    Post your Train shots!
    The EJ&E replaced the Baldwins with SD-38s, SD-38-2s and GP-38-2s. Boy I wish I'd have been shooting Kodachrome back then, but I was a high school kid with a basement darkroom and b&w was the only affordable route.

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