Discussion in 'The Real Thing- North America' started by DaveCN5623, May 17, 2001.
[This message has been edited by DaveCN5623 (edited 05-17-2001).]
There we go Dave, 'bout time you got those beauties up
Ahhh them SD50-60F's dont count on them leaving. As for the GP40-2LW's more than likely, most are gone now. Used to see em all the time, only once have I got lucky and got a matched pair on a train.
The only time I see any CN GP40's is on the roadrailer anymore . The SD60's will be around but the 9400 & 9600 series units are on their way out , unfortunately .
I've already seen quite a few of the ex-CN
widenoses on the KCS- they're used quite a bit on the line from Meridian to Alliance.
In that 9461 picture, what's the lead unit..for some reason I don't recognize the paint sheme.
Zebras crossing the old iron bridge across the Credit River near Georgetown.
NARA member #2
[This message has been edited by Matthyro (edited 05-21-2001).]
Well Dave, what happened to all those great pictures of yours? All I can see is that you edited them out.
NARA member #2
I must say though, I don't care for this "CNA" nonsense. I mean, what's a CN freight car without the "Lazy Three" adorning the sides????
[This message has been edited by George (edited 05-23-2001).]
kewl... like those shots that include some scenic aspect, or infrastructure as well as rollingstock. gives a much more overall aspect for viewers in far flung outposts of the British Empire
[This message has been edited by Woodie (edited 05-24-2001).]
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