Some Heritage on the Surfline
Not a founder, president, moderator, captain, esquire or chief of any make believe railroad and proud of it!
Got some time to actually run an activity in MSTS. Here are some shots heading southbound to Toronto Union on the Stouffville line:
Waiting at Markham with GO 564 on the south/west end for extra power today:
GO 560 bringing up the rear in Markham:
Approaching Centennial station:
Loading passengers at Unionville with highway 407 in the distance:
Idling at Milliken:
560 ready to shove the train out of Kennedy station:
Passing through Scarborough:
Coming down the hill towards the end of the CN Kingston Sub and beginning of the TTR:
Formerly MP 31.3 CN Oakville Sub
Another Wolverine run. The consist is based off of the one that is typically used on train 353. Hope you're happy Brody, I used 28 this time
Making smoke as the train highballs for Detroit.
Northbound Clocker highballs out of Philly for New York. A shiny new ALP-46 is the power for today, and everything from Comet III cabcars to newly-delivered PHIV Amfleet IIs has been compiled into a mismatched but colorful consist.
D. Felice Strong-Baker
“Peace of mind comes when your life is in harmony with true principles and values and in no other way.” ~ Stephen Covey
Double Double, with fries well done/animal style, and a Root Beer float please.
A few others of us, including myself, have done just that. In fact once I finished a standard Cascade set, I painted a set like Marshall has here in the "Las Vegas Talgo" scheme.
A Metra Rock Island train awaits departure from LaSalle Street Station.