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Photo Fun for this fine weekend!  Enjoy your weekend everyone! IMG_4305IMG_4307IMG_4336IMG_4441IMG_4385IMG_4429IMG_4463IMG_4510IMG_4523IMG_4532IMG_4544IMG_4587IMG_4577IMG_4216IMG_4235IMG_5860

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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falconservice posted:

Canadian National SD75I diesel-electric locomotive CN 5790 pulling the Westbound local freight train long hood forward.

Do you notice what is wrong with the colors on CN 5790?

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Andrew

Ha! Some wiseguy in the shop switched door panels.

Lew

Lew

 

Operator of the Plywood Empire Route in the Beautiful Berkshires

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

Ralph M posted:

 

Ralph, what a great choice and selection of cars and engines! Always enjoy fallen flags and period modeling. Wish we could have an OGR category for that type of modeling.

Everything goes together nicely.

 

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I got out late today with what I needed to do before my aunt was going to show up. I was going to place my order for the 2019 V2 Lionel catalog at my LTS and there was a sale today. I sort of missed out on that but that's okay, got to chat for a bit while the place was bustling with customers.

One of the delights in my eyes was the customer at the counter. A mother was getting an engine(as well as other things) for her son. When leaving she leaned down to him and said, "we got it". I imagine that this was something they had been waiting for and was as much a delight to them as it was me overhearing.

Besides me picking up my PRR N5 caboose, I managed to get a few pictures of the CSX line that runs through Ewing hauling some tank cars. I was hoping to get a great picture of them over the bridge but couldn't get my phone fast enough.IMG_20190720_115533671IMG_20190720_115540198IMG_20190720_115541927

In the first picture you can see a partial reflection of my car on the window.

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Little B6 action today with the new caboose I picked up yesterday. I believe I put it on backwards, but that's alright, Santa don't mind.IMG_20190721_144956936IMG_20190721_145001583IMG_20190721_145004240IMG_20190721_145010280IMG_20190721_145053575Its always good to stretch out on the rug and sit watching a train slowly chuffing away(I was doing 72MPH according to the remote). I really did enjoy hitting around 40MPH, but that was too slow for filming the whole train(even though its short).

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Brian, another Hot Summer Night, I see. I can almost see heat lightning flashing in the distance.

Lew

Lew

 

Operator of the Plywood Empire Route in the Beautiful Berkshires

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

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