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Discussion in 'The Real Thing- North America' started by Matthyro, Oct 24, 2002.
Well then, here is another fall shot
CP on cherry wood trestle bridge Pickering
Here is a closer look of the CP.
Now all wave at the engineer
Nice to get photo ops close to home Chris. Just where in Pickering is the trestle?
Hi Robin, Cherrywood is a old village dates back to around 1875 I think so thats where the name comes from . Its situated on the
top end of Dixie road north of old Finch.
Its great for Photo shots as we have the CP running in and out of the Mc Cowan yards, and CN running over the 401 crossing the CP at the back of the ZOO.
Guess what we hear at night yep That lonesome ruddy big horn
But I do like it.
How did you like the trainshow Dave said he met up with you???
Cheers fo now.
PS would you like some more pics of around about posting??
It was great to have the opportunity to meet Dave and to see his fine workmanship. The show always has things of interest from the how tos and talking to folks and admiring layouts. Some neat narrow gauge dioramas this year.
Did you get to it Chris?
More pictures are always welcome
Hi Robin, No I did not make it this year but there is rumblings of our layout getting there next year, The boys are meeting in January to see just what we can do next year.
Here are a few pics to enjoy hope you dont mind a CN or two on the CP post
CN resting at Pickering GO station
A close up of the lead power unit.
One day just a few years ago I was at my favourite Station Havalock, and there was this Sperry rail equipment WELL
after chatting to the nice guys from wisconcin I wormed myself in for a tour of the rail fault finding car.Yep another day to remember.
THANKS GUYS .
Sorry he just wants to be EVERY WHERE
come here you good dog you
Barron by name
Time for a walky
By for now.
Thanks for the photos and info Chris. I would like a tour like that too of the Sperry car.
My dog is a Dalmation and got the name Scamp when he was a pup. Now ten years later the name still sticks
Come on Robin you just got to post a pic of Scamp, jon
would never forgive you if you failed.
They had stored that unit up north I forget where, the cold weather had done damage to the interia ceiling so they had put a lovely wood panel in there the living area was very cosy.
The tech stuff mind boggling