Great find, but no camera

Discussion in 'The Real Thing- North America' started by Nick8564, Apr 11, 2007.

  1. Nick8564

    Nick8564 Member

    Riding by the Norfolk Southern yards yesterday in Roanoke I saw two E units with no sides, and a blue tank engine. At first I thought it was the Thomas locomotive just making its way through, but it was to old and worn for that. I was trying to figure out where they were all going. Anyone else see these? There was also an older NS and Conrail unit, looked like they where not used alot if at all.
  2. brakie

    brakie Active Member

    My best guess is they are heading to a museum.
  3. woodone

    woodone Member

    RR travel rule # 1 Never go to a railroad yard without a camera ! With out one you will see the once in a life time thing or things-
  4. brakie

    brakie Active Member

    Murphy's law of railfaning rule #7 states:If the camera is in the glove box it will be out of film.Rule #8 states if the camera has film the batteries will be dead.:cry:
  5. McFortner

    McFortner Member

    #9: If the camera has both batteries and film, the shutter will not work.

    #10: If everything on the camera is working fine, some other rail fan will get in the way and block that once in a lifetime shot.


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