Take a look at this.Sorry there is no sound thou.
Nice video, thanks for sharing, I've always like the MOPAC, they came into El Paso so it was always nice to go with my dad and see what they had in the small single ended yard. I believe that the line into EP was just a branch line and it terminated here. They also shared the mainline with the Southern Pacific. It was always a treat to get to go see the trains with my dad and my uncle, those were the days.
JEM - very nice video!! I totally enjoyed it. Thanks so much for sharing it with us!
How great Super 8 loved the back to back footage thx
Notice the bay window/boxcar caboose:
Very much appreciated.
Nice video! I got to be fairly familiar with the dieselized Mo Pac in the 1970's and 1980's during my more active railfanning days, but I'd occasionally wondered what things were like when at least parts of the "MoP" were under steam.
Perhaps there could be a cross-posting in the Real Trains forums so the two-railers and rivet-counters won't miss out?