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    Quote Originally Posted by engineerwill View Post
    Nice shots. Back when Metrolink looked good. You should put a shot in of the San Diegan,

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    You got it! Here's the San Diegan leaving San Diego in the summer of 1998






    I'm not sure if the train is facing the right way
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    The first shot is SLIs Seligman route....the last two are Bob Wirths Raton route.

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    A very long Santa Fe TOFC train in early 1992





    It's a very long train. 3 F45s, 2 SD40-2s, and 71 loaded flatcars
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    Wooohooo, do you edit your screen shots? They look so crisp and clear
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    Quote Originally Posted by elitedubs View Post
    Wooohooo, do you edit your screen shots? They look so crisp and clear
    Yes, I used Adobe Photoshop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wooohooo View Post
    Yes, I used Adobe Photoshop.
    Good stuff. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wooohooo View Post

    Wow at first I thought you had one of the shorty Amtrak baggage cars there, but just a trick of the camera angle hiding the other door. See this link for more info and pics about Amtrak "Shorty" baggage cars:

    Amtrak Shorty Baggage cars

    Quote Originally Posted by wooohooo View Post
    I'm not sure if the train is facing the right way
    If I can remember right, I think it was cab car first towards San Diego. Oh and usually only one F40.
    Last edited by SouthwestChief; 10-08-2010 at 02:37 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthwestChief View Post
    Wow at first I thought you had one of the shorty Amtrak baggage cars there, but just a trick of the camera angle hiding the other door. See this link for more info and pics about Amtrak "Shorty" baggage cars:

    Amtrak Shorty Baggage cars
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    Nickel Plate 587 & 765 in the mid-1990's on an excursion.

    What has happened here?

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    On the San Diegan, WHERE did you get the hi-res PHIII Amfleets? Anyway.


    The old Carolinian at Milepost 341, well before the Defect Detector was put there.






    And several old sights not seen anymore. Amtrak 74, with NCDOT 1792, the dome car Mt Mitchell, and the PHIII Cafe/Lounge car Pamlico Sound, against a evening backdrop of something non-existent as the rest of them now(1792 has been announced to sadly, be scrapped), Cannon Mills in Kannapolis


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