Yes, you saw it right, The Big Blue Beast has risen from the grave! She was seen today outside the shops in her original sonic bonnet scheme! Can’t wait to see her out on the rails! Great Job goes to the Altoona staff!

https://m.facebook.com/story.p...mp;__tn__=%2As%2As-R

Modeling Enola PA in miniature

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https://www.instagram.com/ns6770fan_productions/

“It’s a good thing to let another generation know what a steam locomotive is.” — Southern Railway Vice President-Law W. Graham Claytor Jr.

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Tinplate Art posted:

How about photos WITHOUT links to those social media sites for those of us that choose NOT to participate in them? THANK YOU! ☺

We can only link to images folks post on line, you could always roll the dice and "Google" it.

Tinplate Art posted:

OK! Just not a social media fan!

The image is open to the public to view on Facebook. You don't have to be a member of Facebook to see it.   Clicking on the link above will not cause any harm.

Music, trains, boneless chicken farming
David

NS 4000 is also in Rose Yard. Heard a rumor of a photoshoot of the two. I also heard 4000 may get a wash and touch up. 

Modeling Enola PA in miniature

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https://www.instagram.com/ns6770fan_productions/

“It’s a good thing to let another generation know what a steam locomotive is.” — Southern Railway Vice President-Law W. Graham Claytor Jr.

Gondolawillie posted:

So nice to see this. It's one of my favorite locos. Been thinking of getting a Railking one, but I'm going to wait and see if Railking will come out with the yellow-nosed one before I decide.

I gonna say its pretty good eye catching paint job.She might work her way through my neck of the woods.Charlotte n.c. heck I have even seen ns units on cxs rail in monroe n.c.

EscapeRocks posted:
The image is open to the public to view on Facebook. You don't have to be a member of Facebook to see it.   Clicking on the link above will not cause any harm.

100% WRONG. 

Any time you go to Facebook.com, they set a tracking cookie on your computer which tracks your every move on the Internet. This happens whether you log in or not. Facebook and Google both do that. Ever use Google for an internet search? Then you’ve got a Google tracking cookie on your computer, too.

Rich Melvin

Rich Melvin posted:
EscapeRocks posted:
The image is open to the public to view on Facebook. You don't have to be a member of Facebook to see it.   Clicking on the link above will not cause any harm.

100% WRONG. 

Any time you go to Facebook.com, they set a tracking cookie on your computer which tracks your every move on the Internet. This happens whether you log in or not. Facebook and Google both do that. Ever use Google for an internet search? Then you’ve got a Google tracking cookie on your computer, too.

As a point of information, enabling private browsing stops that as does periodically deleting all cookies. Faceborg and google are not (by far!) the only bidnesses that install cookies. Almost all commercial websites do so and only a small number ask for permission.

Lew

 

Operator of the Plywood Empire Route in the Beautiful Berkshires

Growing old is so much more fun than the only alternative.

Rich Melvin posted:
EscapeRocks posted:
The image is open to the public to view on Facebook. You don't have to be a member of Facebook to see it.   Clicking on the link above will not cause any harm.

100% WRONG. 

Any time you go to Facebook.com, they set a tracking cookie on your computer which tracks your every move on the Internet. This happens whether you log in or not. Facebook and Google both do that. Ever use Google for an internet search? Then you’ve got a Google tracking cookie on your computer, too.

Nope.

You just have to know to either block cookies or have them deleted every time you close your browser.

You can scrub my computers from the root on up and their will be no cookies.  This is very important to us in the music biz who have to go online now and then to download firmware updates.

Music, trains, boneless chicken farming
David

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