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Dec 10, 2006 21:02 |  #1

I really love my 10-22mm lens. It takes over an hour just to load one . That lens makes it look like the ship has a 15degree starboard list.


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Dec 10, 2006 21:43 |  #2

Excellent shots! Nice, sharp, and clean.
Keep up the good shots.
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Dec 10, 2006 23:57 |  #3

GE's or EMD's? wonder if these are headed to australia.


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Dec 11, 2006 01:11 |  #4

any more?! :)


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Dec 11, 2006 01:16 |  #5

Hmm. There doesn't seem to be as much holding it up as I'd expect - a 200-ton locomotive really looks like it should have more, well, support :p Surely that isn't wood that it's sitting on that the cranes are lifting?


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Dec 11, 2006 01:37 as a reply to  @ Jim G's post |  #6

The lifting connection is the clamp looking devices above the locomotives truck.


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Dec 11, 2006 19:05 as a reply to  @ RWK's post |  #7

GE locomotives. Trucks loaded separatley, wood used to protect truck mount. Lifted from sides vvvery slowly.
Thanks for the comments, will post more


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