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    Let's fire up those steam locomotives and get the water boiling!







    Sean Summer
    CEO of Blue Ridge Mountains Machine works.

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    CB&Q 710 with a mixed train at Valley Falls.

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    Randy

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    Dominion Atlantic 1046 stops for water in Windsor.



    Paul :-)

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    UP #4022 at Hermosa.
    Blargen Fladibble Nohip!

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    Durango & Silverton.
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    Quote Originally Posted by charland View Post
    Dominion Atlantic 1046 stops for water in Windsor.



    Paul :-)
    That's a real beauty Paul. Just out of curiosity, which version of the DAR is this?
    Jason. Producer of the YouTube series "MSTS Railfanning."
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    DAR_56, just started backdating v3 to 1956, might take a while!

    Paul :-)

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    SP #4294 sits in the yard at Colfax, awaiting its next assignment.
    Blargen Fladibble Nohip!

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    Alone among the High Plains of Montana, a Great Northern Mikado leads a local at a rural crossing east of Shelby ca. 1947
    [IMG]gnsteam by Cade VerHage, on Flickr[/IMG]
    -Cade VerHage-
    New arrival to the Route Builder community
    Focusing on the railroads of the Midwest and Southeast (1920's-1970's)
    Huge Frisco Fan

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