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Discussion in 'The Caboose' started by N Gauger, Jan 2, 2004.
...the lights, there's a train comin'.
The smoke , Looks like those are Alcos pullin that train :thumb:
Rear marker lights (at the caboose)
FRED (flashing rear end device)
(Haven't read all 2334 posts - hope it wasn't used before)
Earth tones, for use on the layout.
Dirt, (kinda like earth), used on the layout
Irony: railroads work hard to keep their equipment looking clean and we work so hard at making ours look dirty.
Iron, used to build railroads...
iron horse, what the injuns called the railroad
Steel, used to make today's railroads.
Steel, transported by the railroads
Panama Canal - the way much of the iron got to the west before UP/CP completed the line across the US.
The Panama Railroad, the world's first transcontinental railway, built in the mid-18's (way before the canal)
Dome Car (where I rode when I traveled on the Panama Transcontinental Railroad).