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  • robert_goslin
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    Really enjoying looking at these photo's again. Glad you have refreshed this thread.
    Looks like you are have a great trip Rick. That Palisades Nat Park looks stunning.
    Would be an ideal modelling idea.

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  • Rick
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    Another from Sioux Falls

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  • Rick
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    As seen in Sioux Falls, SD

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  • Rick
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    Shot this yesterday at Palisades Park outside of Sioux Falls, SDClick image for larger version

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  • OK_Hogger
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    Given the hot weather of late, this looks mighty good to me right now...

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    Andre

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  • Rick
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    All can play.

  • OK_Hogger
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    Can I play?

    Alco's meet:

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    Andre

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  • Rick
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    Seen at the New Hope and Ivyland RR

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  • Rick
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    I didn't take this picture, but I wish I did.
    This is one of our trains on the Raritan Line at NJ Transit.

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  • jbvb
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    2020 track project using 1970s equipment at Seashore Trolley Museum:



    This is a mid-70s Pettibone MultiKrane MK-36 with hi-rail gear. It's set up to start shifting the #4 panel turnout in front of it into place. Seashore's Restoration Shop is in the background.

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  • BurleyJim
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    Well, I missed the October Old-Timey gallery as I couldn't locate this photo of a Circus Train on the no longer tracks that were about 150' away from the back edge of my property line.

    On the Eel River Railroad


    Jim

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  • Railrunner130
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    I'm lucky enough that I live within a reasonable distance to the Strasburg RR. Here is #90 running the Santa Train a few weeks back.

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  • BurleyJim
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    Tom,

    I'd probably be better off finding a blueprint to work from. Once I built the first one, the res would be cake. It's like 157 feet tall, so it would take a while to put together one main. But, very doable. I'll have to consider it, for a 'Structures' AP. project.

    Jim

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  • tloc
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    Jim

    Great pictures! Did you take enough to model this thing? lots of action for that printer of yours.

    TomO

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  • BurleyJim
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    The longest trestle in the world. the Tulip Trestle. Tulip Indiana. Still in active use for the Indiana Railroad.



    Eastbound ground level



    Westbound about 1/4-1/2 mile away



    Westbound



    Base looking up



    Base looking eastbound



    Base looking west



    Base looking east


    Jim

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