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What's being loaded, unloaded, stored, or exhibited on your railroad today?

Team tracks have long been an important part of railroad operations. They can be found in rural countrysides, small towns, and large cities. These non-dedicated sidings make it possible for any local businesses to access to the nation's rail network. Virtually any type of freight car can be on/off loaded here.

From operators of highly detailed layouts to those with a simple loop of tinplate, this weekly thread is for everyone. We are not picky here at the Team Track - Any siding will do. Join the fun. Share some pictures of freight being loaded or unloaded along your railroad empire (pictures of real trains are welcome, too).


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On the team track today .... a gondola load of gravel being off loaded by a backhoe and Pokey Joe Simmons with his trusty shovel.  fullsizeoutput_70c

Pokey Joe is one of those folks who always has to be doing something.  He  should just let the backhoe do all the work. IMG_7527

Fully loaded, the single axle dump truck is ready to pull away and let another empty dump truck back into its spot. fullsizeoutput_70e


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