Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by lester perry, Jan 7, 2006.
Some people just like to make engineers nervous.
Hell, the engineer probably doesn't even see the camera jockey. It's the photographer who should be worried.
Nice picture, Les. I like the look of the sunlight and that good lookin' locomotive doesn't hurt either.
Does he have a sticker above the coupling "If you can't see my cab windows, I can't see you"?
No, no, no... It's; "If you can't see my cab windows, it's too late!"
Lester, love the pic.:thumb:
is that a big boy?
Nope, isn't that a 2-6-6-6 allegheny by (the new) Rivarossi? or is that Bachmann's 2-6-6-4?
I bet the fireman is wondering if the guy with the camera is a company photographer checking for violations of the "No smoke"rule..
Great Picture.:thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
It is the beast of the east. The most powerfull steam locomotive ever built. All 7000 plus horsepower at over 1 million pounds (1,197,400). The mighty Alleghenie with an e. H8 2-6-6-6 coal haulin C&O powerhouse.
OK so I got a little carried away there.
and the most under utilized engine ever.
PS. very nice phot btw.
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