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Cheers and Happy Railroading,

Patrick W  

CEO - The Free State Junction Railway 

" Where the music is sweet and the trains always run on time"

Home Office - Patsburg, Maryland 

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Streamliners!   Key Imports PRR K4s 3768, super rare Penn Line Reading Crusader,.......and, ummmm, Varney Generic Streamliner20170706_194433

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The BN U-30C in the barn at IRM last Saturday evening.

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John 

 

 LCCA PCA TCA

 ILLINOIS RAILWAY MUSEUM        

 www.irm.org   

 

 

 

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GMO

 

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Love it, Steve!! You always do a fantastic job of weathering!!  I have always liked that GM&O livery.  The first picture I saw of it was in black and white and the lower black paint was quite dirty so I did not think it was black but imagined it was maroon for sometime.  I was a little disappointed when I saw it in color picture.

 

Larry

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Thanks Larry. 

I had a hard time liking this one because I kept wanting to paint it blue grey as the real photo shows. Also no white stripe on it either. But for 47 bucks, you get the version MTH has presented me with. It would not be cost effective to do otherwise.

The customer sent me a different photo to use.

Maybe there were other schemes on these diesels, not sure if MTH was correct? I still have to question the black color used on the MTH.

GMO

 

 

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Grandson checking out the front end of his Lionel 0-8-0 switch engine.

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Two new (to my layout) BNSF engines.

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Keith Johnson

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FEF 10/5/18

So C&O #1601 recently returned from the repair shop.  An interesting development however during the repair.  “Concord, we have a problem”. 

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briansilvermustang posted:

 

                      hhmmmm...  seems to match the real one Ted...?

Huh?  Whuuut?     Here’s a shot from last October when purchased, and what went in for repairs. Anybody??   It’s being made right as we speak.  

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Cheers and Happy Railroading,

Patrick W  

CEO - The Free State Junction Railway 

" Where the music is sweet and the trains always run on time"

Home Office - Patsburg, Maryland 

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TED, just make a few more 1601's and 1604's and you can have another locomotive! lol .. I do wonder how the one making the repairs didn't notice the number difference?

Rusty

And as the sunset faded, I spoke to the faintest first starlight.
And I said next time, Next time, We'll get it right!
Diverging Clear posted:

TED, just make a few more 1601's and 1604's and you can have another locomotive! lol .. I do wonder how the one making the repairs didn't notice the number difference?

Rusty

I think Brian showed them the prototype and away they went!  

Happy FEF !
B&O E7 A-B-A running at track speed. 
Originally Williams, now TMCC +ERR equipped.

BO E7 Trackspeed 10-5

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coach joe posted:

Anyone know anything about that New Haven RDC Brian posted?

Basically a custom built RDC train by Budd for the New Haven Roger Williams during their dalliance with high speed lightweight trains.  The train consisted of 6 RDC's: the two cab cars and four intermediate RDC's without controls or operator's cabs.

The train was equipped with third rail shoes for operation into Grand Central Terminal.  The cars were compatible with standard RDC's and were mixed in with standard RDC's after the trainset was split up.  Retired in 1980.  Two cabs and one intermediate cars survive.

Rusty

Good evening, a couple of shots from Conpit Pa. last Sunday.

Although it was not on the front end we did see these interesting loads toward the rear of this east bound freight.

Mark Strittmatter

TCA#14-69917

Indiana, PA 

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Mark, I wonder if the military vehicles were a new delivery or just a move from one base to another.

FL9TURBO02, I always like the EMD demo units too.  Especially the blue and silver of the 50s and 60s.

Good evening Coach Joe, to answer your question I am not sure. 

They looked new but they could have been refurbed and like you said they may have been just being relocated.

Mark Strittmatter

TCA#14-69917

Indiana, PA 

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