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Thread: Various screenshots with no particular theme... Part 3

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    It's going to be a lot of fun, that's all I can say!
    Neil

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    Not sure if I posted this before. Here is a brief look at the NWL (pre-mosaic in this shot. Its done now) at CP's Spruce Grove yard.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oiOpmhW0i00
    Rory

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    Damn nice!!!!! Made me want to go hang out at my local haunt (Spaulding) and watch some CN/CP and Metra trains! Have to wait until Saturday......unless I watch your video again
    Neil

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    I agree with Neil. Rory's work is always first-rate. NWL6 was great--this looks to be even better. Both Rory and Neil have contributed greatly to keeping MSTS/OR alive!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wwhall View Post
    I agree with Neil. Rory's work is always first-rate. NWL6 was great--this looks to be even better. Both Rory and Neil have contributed greatly to keeping MSTS/OR alive!
    It's not easy living in the dungeon next to these flickering lights. I don't know about Neil but.... they won't let me sleep!!! LOL!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tie View Post
    It's not easy living in the dungeon next to these flickering lights. I don't know about Neil but.... they won't let me sleep!!! LOL!
    *shouts through the dungeon door*

    Enough chit-chat! Back to work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebnertra000 View Post
    *shouts through the dungeon door*

    Enough chit-chat! Back to work!
    Spoken like a true yard master. haha
    Rory

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    I've got my own dungeon here in which I'm forever trapped building routes. I know the 'endless process' feeling all too well

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    Route: Paul Charland's Connecticut River (w/ personal modifications)


    It is the early 1950's and a CN?CV through freight is heading north along the Connecticut River from New London, CT. and is nearing Brattleboro, VT. where it will pick up a helper on the head end.








    As it enters the yard it has slowed to the posted 15 mph., preparing to work it's way through the busy yard to couple with it's waiting helper locomotive.











    It slows to a craw as it eases up to the rear of the waiting locomotive and couples to the CV steam locomotives tender.





    After the helper is coupled to the head end of the train, the air lines connected and the requited break test performed the yard master gives the ok for the train to continue and the powerful steam locomotive starts adding its tractive effort to the heavy freight to continue its trip to White River Junction.











    Last edited by pnrailway; 12-22-2018 at 09:35 PM.
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    Heck of a flashback, Paul. Real nice!
    Neil

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