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Sep 06, 2020 14:25 |  #6271

A series of 3,of the approach of the Conway Scenic Railway's engine, built in 1949. The 4622.

Such a shame the hatch in the cowl was open.

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Sep 06, 2020 21:29 |  #6274

Going back to process a image that I had not done anything with: The Southwest Chief arrives at Fullerton as a family looks on from the pedestrian bridge and others on the platform either watch the arrival or capture photos. (September 11, 2009)

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Sep 06, 2020 22:05 as a reply to  @ Kszok's post |  #6275

awesome pic added you to my flickr contacts amazing work:-):-):-):-)

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Sep 07, 2020 10:09 |  #6276

laksht wrote in post #19121330 (external link)
awesome pic added you to my flickr contacts amazing work:-):-):-):-)

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Sep 07, 2020 16:51 |  #6277

Four shots from the past two weeks all featuring Jubilee Class no 45699 "Galatea" which has been repainted and given the name and number from another of it's class "Alberta".......no it doesn't make any sense to me either. :lol:

Anyway it looks very smart after it's paint job. ;-)a

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Sep 08, 2020 05:02 |  #6278

LMS Jubilee No. 45699 'Galatea' dressed up as it's scrapped classmate No. 45562 'Alberta'
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Sep 11, 2020 11:43 |  #6279

Rainy day on the Foxboro line of the MBTA, 10:29 am heading to Boston at the Walpole Y.


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Sep 11, 2020 11:53 |  #6280

Rainy day past Walpole station


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Sep 12, 2020 03:30 |  #6281

Track maintenance at the K&WVR (external link) as a ballast train heads down the line in some very nice November sunshine ten years ago.

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Sep 12, 2020 04:49 |  #6282

Class 66 GBRf 66748 crawling through Ribblehead station


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Sep 12, 2020 05:37 |  #6283

The latest passenger units to be introduced on the UK trans Pennine services NOVA 3 (external link), which look rather smart imo.

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Sep 12, 2020 05:41 |  #6284

happyduck wrote in post #19123823 (external link)
Class 66 GBRf 66748 crawling through Ribblehead station

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The latest passenger units to be introduced on the UK trans Pennine services

Well, they are rather smart, BUT, they're not like your steam engines :-P

I hope you haven't jumped trains  :p



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Sep 12, 2020 06:45 |  #6285

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Well, they are rather smart, BUT, they're not like your steam engines :-P

I hope you haven't jumped trains  :p

I was waiting for a steam train so used it for practice, (check my first shot of "Alberta" on the previous page) I wouldn't have gone out specifically to shoot it. :lol:

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