Discussion in 'The Caboose' started by N Gauger, Jan 2, 2004.
iron horse, what the injuns called the railroad
Steel, used to make today's railroads.
Steel, transported by the railroads
Panama Canal - the way much of the iron got to the west before UP/CP completed the line across the US.
The Panama Railroad, the world's first transcontinental railway, built in the mid-18's (way before the canal)
Dome Car (where I rode when I traveled on the Panama Transcontinental Railroad).
light of my life... Railroading
World's greatest hobby... Model Railroading
LHS, unfortunately a dying breed in many places.
Hobby Pop...Hobby Pop...Ohhh...Hobby Pop (POP)
Sorry...had the Lolly Pop song in my head for some reason.
Engineer Harry Popped-off to Dispacher Charlie about ten minutes before he was escorted out the door...
Engineer Charlie popped for a harry run.
popped a beverage....
Amtrak’s Food & Beverage (F&B) Service
The TEA and SUGAR...... the suply train across the nullabour
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