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    Default Woodchip Cars

    Always need chip cars, no matter the road.

    With some free time, I was able to get some decent side shots of the woodchip cars we haul at work. With some patience, I was able to get the photos to line up perfectly with the model, the brown one needs some fine tuning, however.



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    Pretty nice, Shawn. You're right, not an over-abundance of these around.
    Neil

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    Nice job, Shawn. Can always use those!

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    I've been catching more of those on the BNSF trains running near my house for some odd reason. I think they might be heading to the scrapper. Your cars look awesome!
    Kevin Kelleher

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    Lovely job, as always!!!
    Borislav
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbtower View Post
    I've been catching more of those on the BNSF trains running near my house for some odd reason. I think they might be heading to the scrapper. Your cars look awesome!
    I can't imagine EMRY chip cars heading west for scrapping, when most of it is being done in Oakfield, Maine, but I've seen stranger things happen in the railroad world.


    Thanks for all the comments fellas. Definitely have more to come.
    -Shawn Kelley-
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    Wow, Shawn, these are wickedly awesome! Beautiful work, my friend, and THANK YOU!!!
    Larry Steiner
    Grand Rapids, MI
    (CSX Country)

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    As usual... they look great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CSRX View Post
    I can't imagine EMRY chip cars heading west for scrapping, when most of it is being done in Oakfield, Maine, but I've seen stranger things happen in the railroad world.


    Thanks for all the comments fellas. Definitely have more to come.
    Hey Shawn I was refering to wood chip cars in general and most of the cars I've been catching are pretty beat up too!
    Kevin Kelleher

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    love your work!

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