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Offline BrandonVA  
#301 Posted : 05 March 2016 05:44:58(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: BrandonVA Go to Quoted Post

Ak, you want to fudge this one with an F7? :)
-Brandon


Double fudge, same train (this version appearls to be 3 cars, although the heavyweight baggage car may be hard eto come by) in Denver, CO on August 29, 1970 being pulled by none other than a single ATSF F7A, and not in a normal passenger livery :)

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Source: http://www.railpictures.net/vie...php?id=526415&nseq=2

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Offline Alsterstreek  
#302 Posted : 05 March 2016 18:56:21(UTC)
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There seems anyway not to be too much of a livery left to tell. Looking at the background: I was always surprised about the thin stilts of the Denver road bridge. Is there so much less gravity when being a mile high?
;o)
Offline BrandonVA  
#303 Posted : 08 March 2016 18:40:24(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Alsterstreek Go to Quoted Post
There seems anyway not to be too much of a livery left to tell. Looking at the background: I was always surprised about the thin stilts of the Denver road bridge. Is there so much less gravity when being a mile high?
;o)


Just imagine how many miles that F7 racked up during it's lifetime. Most likely it has 20+ years of service under it's belt already, apparently all of them with that paint job :) I found some photos of ATSF 238 (F7, number was later reused for a SD75M), looks like it spent a lot of time in Colorado, at least from 1964-1974. Seems like the paint was better in 1974 than 1970? Amazing they would take the time to keep such an old unit up.

http://www.rrpicturearch...copicture.aspx?id=139970

I think those are mostly for decoration, the big steel truss is doing the job. Give the amount of motive power required to get something over Tennessee Pass, I'm sure Colorado Rail workers would disagree about a lack of gravity ;)

-Brandon
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Offline Alsterstreek  
#304 Posted : 08 March 2016 19:44:07(UTC)
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Tennessee Pass:
Maybe lack of friction due to lack of gravity?
:o)
Offline BrandonVA  
#305 Posted : 08 March 2016 20:13:20(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Alsterstreek Go to Quoted Post
Tennessee Pass:
Maybe lack of friction due to lack of gravity?
:o)


The glass IS half full :)

UserPostedImage

Totally OT :)

To make up for it, short consist:
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No info available.

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Offline kiwiAlan  
#306 Posted : 08 March 2016 23:50:57(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: BrandonVA Go to Quoted Post

Totally OT :)

To make up for it, short consist:
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No info available.

-Brandon


You sure there is no info ??? Isn't that caboose full of Tennessee whisky ??? That is why it needs two locos ...Laugh Laugh Laugh Laugh
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Offline BrandonVA  
#307 Posted : 09 March 2016 15:18:44(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: kiwiAlan Go to Quoted Post


You sure there is no info ??? Isn't that caboose full of Tennessee whisky ??? That is why it needs two locos ...Laugh Laugh Laugh Laugh


Looks to be South of Denver somewhere. Maybe the Castle Rock Whiskey Express? :)

-Brandon
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Offline Alsterstreek  
#308 Posted : 09 March 2016 15:58:47(UTC)
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GN Gopher / Badger trains:

E unit
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F unit(s) A-B
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Offline Alsterstreek  
#309 Posted : 09 March 2016 16:01:11(UTC)
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GN Red River Limited

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Offline Alsterstreek  
#310 Posted : 09 March 2016 19:07:42(UTC)
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Contemporary short freight trains compilation
ein-sehr-kurzer-gueterzug-auf-267894.jpgein-kurzer-gueterzug-hinter-muegeln-be68d676-361c-4f01-ae4e-35e47a9d0df9.jpg15604968397_372b8458d9_b.jpgkurzgz.jpgj516-38-7327.jpg17401009486_a8cb32a986_b.jpg
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Offline Alsterstreek  
#311 Posted : 10 March 2016 11:24:40(UTC)
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More contemporary short freight trains.
DB155151Halstenbek090713.jpg2016-03-10_09-38-59.jpg2016-03-10_09-39-17.jpg2016-03-10_09-40-21.jpg

And a couple of short passenger trains in a MRR compatible curve.
i32.jpgi39a.jpg
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Offline BrandonVA  
#312 Posted : 18 March 2016 18:59:26(UTC)
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The F7 snowplow:

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F7 + 4 heavyweight coaches:

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Very small image of a GP7 or GP9 with a short freight:

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Offline BrandonVA  
#313 Posted : 23 March 2016 18:07:24(UTC)
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Some ATSF stock:

1.) Single E8 unit with four (?) cars, 2 head end cars and two passenger cars. "Santa Fe’s Train 201 behind E unit 81 zips through Fowler, Colo. on its way to Pueblo and on to Denver on April 15, 1967."

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Source: http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=567199&nseq=2

2.) ATSF GP7 with a local freight, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Febuary 20, 1969

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"On a bright but very cold February 20, 1969, GP7 2811 rolls the (almost) daily local out of Santa Fe, headed down the 18-mile branch to a connection with the main line at Lamy. In 1880, the AT&SF bypassed its namesake city for the easer-to-reach Albuquerque, and ever afterwards passengers for the New Mexican capital were required to detrain and finish their journey by stagecoach or limousine. Local freight service, never robust – the four cars here are representative -- will continue until 1992 when Santa Fe Southern Railway will buy the line for a freight and tourist operation. In 2005, the state will take over. Today, commuter trains of the New Mexico Rail Runner Express use the line."

Source: http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=530241&nseq=39
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Offline BrandonVA  
#314 Posted : 23 March 2016 18:09:08(UTC)
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ATSF 2213 with one car near Dallas, Texas in July of 1968.

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Source: http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=52114&nseq=267

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Offline Alsterstreek  
#315 Posted : 23 March 2016 21:51:15(UTC)
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Does this qualify?
GN International.jpg
GN International.
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Offline BrandonVA  
#316 Posted : 29 March 2016 16:42:04(UTC)
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Back to the other side of the pond for a minute...

218 pulling a fairly short (and very MMRish) consist in Lehenhammer, Germany on March 24th, 1979:

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Source: http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=479445&nseq=182

-Brandon
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Offline Alsterstreek  
#317 Posted : 30 March 2016 20:20:58(UTC)
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Offline kimballthurlow  
#318 Posted : 31 March 2016 00:35:28(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: BrandonVA Go to Quoted Post
Some ATSF stock:

1.) Single E8 unit with four (?) cars, 2 head end cars and two passenger cars. "Santa Fe’s Train 201 behind E unit 81 zips through Fowler, Colo. on its way to Pueblo and on to Denver on April 15, 1967."
Source: http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=567199&nseq=2

2.) ATSF GP7 with a local freight, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Febuary 20, 1969
"On a bright but very cold February 20, 1969, GP7 2811 rolls the (almost) daily local out of Santa Fe, ........."
Source: http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=530241&nseq=39


Thanks, Brandon.
What smashing photos from the late 1960s. The quality is remarkable.
Camera and film quipment used - would be interesting to know.

Kimball



HO Scale - Märklin (ep III and VI, C Track, digital) - 2 rail (USA and Australia) - 3 rail (English Hornby Dublo) - a few old O gauge.
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Offline NS1200  
#319 Posted : 31 March 2016 07:48:32(UTC)
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Thank you guys,for all these great pictures!

Once again it shows that reality is surpassing fiction.
It also shows that nothing is wrong with our H0 trains on the layout,everything is possible.
Have more than you show,speak less than you know (Shakespeare).
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Offline BrandonVA  
#320 Posted : 31 March 2016 20:22:26(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: kimballthurlow Go to Quoted Post

Thanks, Brandon.
What smashing photos from the late 1960s. The quality is remarkable.
Camera and film quipment used - would be interesting to know.

Kimball





Kimball,

Unfortunately the poster does not note the camera. Looking at the image I suspect it has been sharped and perhaps had the colour adjusted after scanning. The lighting conditions are pretty favourable, in the late 60s it's hard to guess the equipment. I think a lot of it has to do with the more organic look from film images. On those Rio Grande A-A units the imagines were really well scanned too, really gave it a 3D look.

-Brandon

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Offline morsing  
#321 Posted : 03 April 2016 08:54:16(UTC)
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What's "EBS"?
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Modelling west Denmark era IV - possibly with some out-of-place elements!
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#322 Posted : 03 April 2016 09:07:32(UTC)
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What's "EBS"?
Erfurter Bahnservice GmbH

http://www.privat-bahn.de/EBSG.html
Regards
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"In all of the gauges, we particularly emphasize a high level of quality, the best possible fidelity to the prototype, and absolute precision. You will see that in all of our products." (from Märklin New Items Brochure 2015, page 1) ROFLBTCUTS
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#323 Posted : 06 April 2016 23:31:08(UTC)
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German electric loco class 110 with four Dutch ICR coachesICR110nedspw4.png
http://www.drehscheibe-o...oren/read.php?31,5079068
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#324 Posted : 08 April 2016 13:18:34(UTC)
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2 x BR 218 hauling EC Hamburg-Kopenhagen as seen in Ahrensburg station at the beginning of the 1990s.
ec-ahrensburg.jpg
http://www.grahnert.de/f...ec1992/ec-ahrensburg.jpg
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#325 Posted : 19 May 2016 15:50:42(UTC)
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Catalonia, Spain:
csmm9oc3mfl3ke80z.jpg
class 281 with three coaches, Ribas, c. 1980.

csmmbu5ce344mfuw3.jpg
class 281 with two coaches, Ripoll, c. 1980.
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#326 Posted : 19 May 2016 16:26:44(UTC)
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#327 Posted : 25 May 2016 13:50:36(UTC)
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Odd.
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No further info available.
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#328 Posted : 25 May 2016 17:04:38(UTC)
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Hi Ak. Yes, interesting photo. I thought at first that the second Lok was perhaps out of service and it was being towed by the first Lok but then

I realized that smoke was coming out of the 2nd Lok too. Maybe it is a mountainous area and two loks were needed? Peter.Confused
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#329 Posted : 30 May 2016 16:37:17(UTC)
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#330 Posted : 31 May 2016 11:47:43(UTC)
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Obernburg-Elsenfeld, 1966
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#331 Posted : 08 July 2016 16:50:10(UTC)
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Fürstenzell, 2003
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Pocking, 2001
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#332 Posted : 18 July 2016 22:19:54(UTC)
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Can be replicated with Maerklin models 37611/43603/43604:

"ATSF Train #26, the Pecos Valley Streamliner observation car (only observation car running on ATSF) taken from cab of F-unit 306 pulling Train #2, the San Franisco Chief entering Clovis, NM on 8-27-1967.
Roger Puta photograph"
22697897226_85c26b3219_o.jpg

"ATSF 60L or 60A (PA-1) with Train 25, the Pecos Valley Streamliner, at Clovis, NM on August 27, 1967
Train #2, the San Francisco Chief at left. Train 25 taken off 4 days later."
ATSF Alco Peco Valley.jpg

"ATSF 2879 a boiler equipped GP7 with Train #26, the Pecos Valley Streamliner about to leave Carlsbad, NM Bally Boynkin, Grorge Gunter & firemen on March 22, 1967"
22704020411_4f5c88a1e1_o.jpg

Source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/129679309@N05/22697897226/in/photostream/

Passenger Train 25/26 consist assignment during that period:
25-26.png
Source: http://santafe.gmbus.com

Addendum 1:
Same train (with different photograph) presented in post #251.

Addendum 2:
Until 1961, another short ATSF streamliner train - train 13/14 - had an observation car. Unfortunately, I could not detect any photographs. Passenger Train 13/14 consist assignment during that period.
13-14.png
Source: http://santafe.gmbus.com

Edited by user 19 July 2016 10:44:46(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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Offline petestra  
#333 Posted : 18 July 2016 23:49:57(UTC)
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Nice, AK. I have done the make up of posting #330 only using the BR64. Short trains are fun. Peter ThumpUp Smile
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#334 Posted : 19 July 2016 03:38:58(UTC)
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Odd.
k1_104169-ba04916a5.jpg
No further info available.


Another possible explanation for this is that 1 of the steam engines air compressor failed(used for braking) and a 2. Engine had to be called and hooked up to supply the necessary air pressure for the brakes to the next station with repair facilities. Happend to a train 2 weeks ago between Durango and Silverton,CO.
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#335 Posted : 22 July 2016 23:48:21(UTC)
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The Tulsan, a short 1970 ATSF streamliner train,
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Offline BrandonVA  
#336 Posted : 30 August 2016 02:09:37(UTC)
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Today's big motive power brought to you by the Rio Grande "Midvale Tramp local"; with a ratio of 6750 hp per boxcar:

UserPostedImage

Three EMD GP30s hauling one boxcar in West Jordon, Utah on October 13th, 1988.

Source: http://www.railpictures.net/photo/454527/

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#337 Posted : 30 August 2016 05:19:15(UTC)
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Another Rio Grande shortie (and possibly a repost); a GP30 hauling a worktrain near Leadville, CO, June 15, 1981. As the OP notes, observe the work crew in the fourth gondola back...

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Source: http://www.railpictures.net/photo/407617/
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#338 Posted : 11 September 2016 10:36:23(UTC)
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Train CB54078 on the Lahntalbahn:
216 pulling three cars filled with scrap metal from Limburg to Wetzlar near Fürfurt in 2001.
216144-Fuerfurt-cb54078-10052001.jpg
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#339 Posted : 15 September 2016 20:54:29(UTC)
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#340 Posted : 15 September 2016 22:46:18(UTC)
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How about this for a block train. I could just about manage this one on my little layout.
https://www.flickr.com/p...03165794/in/pool-1918422@N23/
Marklin SNCF/SNCB , Marklin wagons
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#341 Posted : 29 September 2016 20:57:49(UTC)
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Here I am, for your standard daily does of ATSF:

ATSF F3 33L leading an A-B lashup hauling just four coaches in La Mirada, CA, February 1970.

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Source: http://www.railpictures.net/photo/218563/

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#342 Posted : 02 October 2016 13:37:04(UTC)
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U30CG 404 pulling the Tulsan in 1969.
The_Tulsan_1969.JPG
Source: Wikipedia

GE U28CG pulled northbound Tulsan prepares to depart Independence KS, 1968.
1032.1169679600.jpg
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#343 Posted : 04 October 2016 13:48:47(UTC)
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Amtrak-508-Fox-Lake-IL-7-4-2000.jpg
Caption: "This is the short lived service to Rockford, IL entering Fox Lake, IL."
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#344 Posted : 16 October 2016 17:51:25(UTC)
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I share two beloved images.

1) Rio Grande for BrandonVA: Short passenger train (one loco per passenger card) in front of much longer box car consist hauled by four Geeps.
EMDmania2016DRGW.jpg

2) Santa Fe for myself: one loco per freight car.
EMDmania2016ATSF.jpg
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#345 Posted : 21 October 2016 13:48:49(UTC)
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NOHAB diesels in Norway.
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97146-1982-5-brekkvasselv.jpg
http://wiki.njk.no/index.php/Di_3
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#346 Posted : 16 December 2016 12:09:08(UTC)
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Unzmarkt, Austria.
zfc_UnzmarktDSC_7791Kopie (2).jpg
www.bahnbilder.de
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#347 Posted : 20 December 2016 22:56:30(UTC)
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VIA rail Canada service between Québec City and Montréal :

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Going out of Toronto Union Station :

UserPostedImage

LRC cars at Toronto, ON :

UserPostedImage

Click on the pictures to get full size images.

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#348 Posted : 22 December 2016 21:50:33(UTC)
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2x GP9 for one gondola and one caboose, Eureka, Utah, 1979.
Source: http://www.railpictures.net/photo/404109/

Thanks Ak.

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#349 Posted : 17 January 2017 18:03:27(UTC)
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D545
d545 Neuenmarkt-Wirsberg 1970.jpg
Class 01 (?) with D-Zug-Wagen

N2826
51w_N2826 Neuenmarkt-Wirsberg1970 to Lichtenfels.png
Class 50 (?) with Umbauwagen

Neuenmarkt-Wirsberg, 1970

www.drehscheibe-online.de

Edited by user 28 January 2017 13:09:32(UTC)  | Reason: Info on steam loco class added.

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#350 Posted : 28 January 2017 13:08:20(UTC)
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class 01 steam locomotive pulling train P1868 from Hof to Neuenmarkt-Wirsberg, 1969.
01 P1868 Hof_Neuenmarkt-Wirsberg 1969 dampf vor 40 jahren.png
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