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    Default S-EVEROO garbage trains

    Finally got around to creating a pack of Rabanco garbage containers. The EVEROO/ROOEVE trains traditionally got
    junk second gen power, primarily GP39s, GP50s and SD40-2s.









    The pack include 5 TTX huskys













    Two Huskys on the BNSF car




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    One on the Santa Fe car






    Two TTX repaints on the Thrall car from Streamlines








    The Streamlines Thrall car repainted as a former APL 'Liner Train' car. It still needs data lettering and weathering, I know the real
    Liner Trains were articulated 5-packs, but that design doesnt exist in MSTS and this single well car is the closest to the body design.
    Will also eventually make a true APL car.




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    Very nice work. Junk second generation power? I don't consider them junk. :P

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    The symbols they actually use are the U-EVEROO and U-INBROO, UP also runs a UGLSE and a UPSGL. Here are some pics of various Garbage trains in the northwest. In general, BNSF handles Rabanco waste to Roosevelt, WA and UP handles American Waste Management to Gillam, OR.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CSX4878 View Post
    Very nice work. Junk second generation power? I don't consider them junk. :P
    especially considering that after 20, 30, maybe 40 years, and over a million miles of service, SD40-2s are still found on every Class-1 rosters, 85% of all regional and short lines, and outnumber every other locomotive model type in leaser service.... I don't think a dash-9 will ever find it's way into a museum... The SD40-2 for sure will.... nice repaints though, even though you dissed some of the most reliable locomotives out there. (Just a joke everyone, don't come biting at me for dissing him, or trying to start a problem) <--- my disclaimer
    Thom
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    Quote Originally Posted by CRQ5508 View Post
    I don't think a dash-9 will ever find it's way into a museum...
    Why not?

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