Happy FEF!

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On Sept. 3, 1958 – nearly a year after the Pennsylvania Railroad stopped using steam locomotives – PRR 0-6-0 5244 emerges from Union Transportation’s New Egypt enginehouse. UT used leased PRR steam engines from 1945 to 1959.

Three Rails Are Better Than None 

RSJB18 posted:

Happy FEF!

http://ctr.trains.com/~/media/images/online-extras/union-transportation/ut-3.jpg?mw=1000&mh=800

On Sept. 3, 1958 – nearly a year after the Pennsylvania Railroad stopped using steam locomotives – PRR 0-6-0 5244 emerges from Union Transportation’s New Egypt enginehouse. UT used leased PRR steam engines from 1945 to 1959.

too bad she wasn't still in that shed

Dave

 

 

 

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RSJB18 posted:

Happy FEF!

http://ctr.trains.com/~/media/images/online-extras/union-transportation/ut-3.jpg?mw=1000&mh=800

On Sept. 3, 1958 – nearly a year after the Pennsylvania Railroad stopped using steam locomotives – PRR 0-6-0 5244 emerges from Union Transportation’s New Egypt enginehouse. UT used leased PRR steam engines from 1945 to 1959.

too bad she wasn't still in that shed

Three Rails Are Better Than None 

front end...

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B front end...

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And, yes... a C front end... (sorry - couldn’t resist)

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And now, a little alphabetic challenge... can you add to my list - one rule, your additions must be front ends in alphabetical order beginning with D  

Paul

Techno-Peasant of the First Order

Provisionary Member - Brotherhood of the Crappy Basement Layout

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APPLES55, Paul, good looking diesels, just wondering if they are Lionel Legacy?Beautiful paint schemes. Nice train room too.  RSJMITHINDY nice Steam lineup..Have a fun weekend...I like it when folks post the pictures of their newer diesels and steamers to mention the manufacturer, always interesting. Most of mine are Lionel TMCC/Legacy....1D63E6CF-F1CB-4D8C-8F74-D5553EC7B306973845F9-1240-41DB-BE81-90006F4ED66A

 

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leapinlarry posted:

APPLES55, Paul, good looking diesels, just wondering if they are Lionel Legacy?Beautiful paint schemes. Nice train room too.  RSJMITHINDY nice Steam lineup..Have a fun weekend...I like it when folks post the pictures of their newer diesels and steamers to mention the manufacturer, always interesting. Most of mine are Lionel TMCC/Legacy....

 

Larry;

You are very kind... my train room can not compare to yours. You have so much of interest going on in the pics you post... this is one of my favorites (love the overhead bridge):

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As for my a,b,c pics... unfortunately, no Legacy engines in the group. The Jersey Centrals (A & B) are Atlas with TMCC, and the NH is an old Lionel TMCC engine.

Paul

Techno-Peasant of the First Order

Provisionary Member - Brotherhood of the Crappy Basement Layout

 TCA 15-70689

LCCA RM-39621

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This Friday's Front Ends on the Free State Junction Railway.IMG_5839IMG_5842IMG_5857IMG_5871IMG_5913

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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NYC Twentieth Century Limited inauguration ceremony 15th June 1938

NYC Twentieth Century Limited inauguration ceremony 15th June 1938

New York Central Electric Steeplecab Loco #1253

New York Central Electric Steeplecab Loco #1253

The Coronation Scot, LMS 6220 Coronation first of the class, in country for the 1939 New York World's Fair, and the Royal Blue pose on the Thomas Viaduct

The Coronation Scot, LMS 6220 Coronation first of the class, in country for the 1939 New York World's Fair, and the Royal Blue pose on the Thomas Viaduct

Chessie passenger train

Chessie Passenger train

The first PRR GG-1 Electric Locomotive, "Rivets", #4800 back in 1937

4800 back in 1937

Horseshoe Curve near Altoona, Pennsylvania, during April of 1948

Horseshoe Curve near Altoona, Pennsylvania, during April of 1948

Randy Harrison,

President of the:

Great Northeastern Railway

The Standard Railroad of the Basement



 

 

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