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    New England Central Railroad Train ID #323, typically passes through WRJ around 3-4am, arriving into Brattleboro around 6-7am for the Brattleboro-Palmer crew to take over.

    However today it's running a bit later than usual.. about 7am passing through WRJ.

    On point is SD40-2 #3317, former SP SD40T-2, followed by SD40M-2 #2674, SD40-2 #721, and B&P GP38-2 #2000, pulling 49x14,





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    I've really come to like the orange/gold/black stripe paint over time, no matter which road wears it.
    Nice
    Neil

    Here at home, in the railroad mayhem capital of the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qballbandit View Post
    I've really come to like the orange/gold/black stripe paint over time, no matter which road wears it.
    Nice
    Thanks Neil!

    I grew up watching the SLR transform from their original black and yellow paint, into the black & orange paint, with combination power of SLR, QGRY, and QC along the line from Auburn, Maine to Quebec, CA. Heck, in fact I remember even seeing CN power on their trains, including the SD70M's, M420W's etc. now I reside in Vermont, watching the same transformation take place with the NECR, using CSOR, BPRR, and NECR equipment. It only took this amount of time to finally make something.

    I'd love nothing more to do SLR equipment, but it's much easier to do NECR equipment, considering the Conn River Line is their home. More is sure to come.
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