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    An empty Boardman Coal train with UP power, heading east on the MRL Mullan Pass.






    Video of a train meet, with the train in the hole, getting the signal to continue west as well.

    https://youtu.be/hsIYREZ7Rp4
    https://i.imgur.com/LPZNEX4.png

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    It's been a while since I lasted posted anything regarding my fictional.
    In December 2019, Chicago, Rockies, California & Pacific's Board of Directors held a meeting discussing the future of the company. While discussions were in progress, the Board proposed and voted on a name change to reflect the company's image. While a few suggestions were floated, the historic name of Central Pacific was revived and approved by the Board. Over the past year and change, the company went through the roster and repainted or relettered the entirety of the fleet of the former CRCP and subsidiaries were consolidated. CRCP then became Central Pacific Railroad, utilizing the older CPRR reporting marks and a simple logo was adopted. While efforts to revamp the brand are ongoing, the CPRR has managed to repaint and reletter all CRCP locomotives into the new corporate identity. While the previous CRCP paint scheme adopted in late 2018 is of a hybrid Southern Pacific Bloody Nose/Halloween Scheme dubbed CRCP New Halloween was reused by CPRR, it further simplified the scheme by removing the Red Wings and Logo that were used before and a new quiet logo is used, as seen on CPRR SD70ACe 4502 leaving the former WARY Sacramento, CA Yards with a circus train.
    CPRR is further testing several concepts, such as repowering most of the fleet with cleaner and more efficient engines reflecting real world studies, building a Higher Speed Rail line between Sacramento and Oakland, CA and are currently planning an electrification of the South Lake Tahoe Corridor.
    Route: CPRR Pacific Division (WIP)
    Locomotives: SLI/TS SDACe - #4502, SLI/TS (FA by Brody Wyrick) SD59MX - #3318
    Rolling Stock: TMT RBBX Set.
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    One of my favorite spots on the Mullan Pass.





    Three way train meet.




    Skyline.

    https://i.imgur.com/LPZNEX4.png

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    The famous Southern Pacific oil cans






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    Testing an activity I am trying to put together..

    Really not a fan of how the AE is with TSRE... At all. However, we've reached the point that this is all we have.

    Anyways..

    Train Q-CSXPWA, a CSXT based loaded potash train, meets train E-RBCSCM before heading further west up the grade.

    https://i.imgur.com/LPZNEX4.png

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