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Thread: Any Route, Any Railroad, Any Era. ORTS Edition

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    Thanks Scott and Neil!
    Scott- I don't want you to go into hiding so I'll upload a shot with hay bales.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M62-165 View Post
    Thanks Scott and Neil!
    Scott- I don't want you to go into hiding so I'll upload a shot with hay bales.
    Hi Folks,

    Hah - you do take some exquisite shots - now I see the hay bales and I am wearing my glasses - my farm boy heritage is redeemed. Thank you.


    Regards,
    Scott

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    Quote Originally Posted by chilla View Post
    Your fall colors and lighting are so amazing
    Kevin Kelleher

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    A drone's view of UP ZLTG2 heading east.
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    That mixed UP intermodal looks awesome hugging that curve!!!!!
    Kevin Kelleher

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    CNW 4321 switching autoracks for the Toyota yard at West Chicago. 4321 was delivered to the CNW from EMD in 1958 as high nose #1713 for commuter service and was put in to freight service following the arrival of the first bilevel commuter trains in the USA which were pulled by F units with gensets for lighting and AC. In 1972 1713 received a chopped nose and rewiring classified as a GP9R and renumbered to 4321. The unit was involved in a rear end collision that bent the frame in 1989 at Sterling IL and was scrapped after putting years of service on local freight work and switching duties!
    Kevin Kelleher

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbtower View Post



    CNW 4321 switching autoracks for the Toyota yard at West Chicago. 4321 was delivered to the CNW from EMD in 1958 as high nose #1713 for commuter service and was put in to freight service following the arrival of the first bilevel commuter trains in the USA which were pulled by F units with gensets for lighting and AC. In 1972 1713 received a chopped nose and rewiring classified as a GP9R and renumbered to 4321. The unit was involved in a rear end collision that bent the frame in 1989 at Sterling IL and was scrapped after putting years of service on local freight work and switching duties!


    Simply beautiful! thanks for the story of this unique unit
    CG

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    Quote Originally Posted by M62-165 View Post
    BNSF 4723 and 1013 are heading to Whitefish with an empty intermodal train:


    Awesome, which route is this ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kist View Post
    Awesome, which route is this ?
    This is a modified Whitefish4 route.

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    Thomas Schilling

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