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Thread: Home for Christmas -- 1974

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    Default Home for Christmas -- 1974

    ... in freezing rain, no less.

    MERRY CHRISTMAS!!

    Locos and passenger cars: www.valleypass.com
    Route: East Metro ( http://www.allaboardrails.com/emrr1.htm )


















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    Chilling shots

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    Very n-ICE.

    How many station stops are there on this route? I have always contimplated getting this route, just so I could have all of Rich's works, but wasn't sure of the layout.

    Neil
    Last edited by qballbandit; 12-24-2009 at 10:51 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qballbandit View Post
    Very n-ICE.

    How many station stops are there on this route? I have always contimplated getting this route, just so I could have all of Rich's works, but wasn't sure of the layout.

    Neil
    5 or 6, I believe. It's not a very long route but it is utterly gorgeous. I highly recommend it.

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    Thanks partner, I'm leaning towards the purchase.

    HAPPY HOLIDAY.

    Neil

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    I've considered picking the route up too. Unfortunately, the site doesn't give many details about it. How long is it? Is it good for mainline running, or mostly switching and such? Thanks for any info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt C View Post
    I've considered picking the route up too. Unfortunately, the site doesn't give many details about it. How long is it? Is it good for mainline running, or mostly switching and such? Thanks for any info.
    It's a lot like Canton except it has a bit more of a northeastern feel to it. I tend to run passenger, short freight, and switching activities on it.

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