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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by slekjr, Nov 3, 2008.
Millville,NJ Feb 1991 have to go with the hopper
The last pic I posted was a covered hopper and not an open type , can you delete the photo? Bruce
If you would like to post another pic of an open hopper, then edit your original post with the pic and delete the pic and then add a new pic using the Manage Attachments feature you used to post the pic :mrgreen: :thumb:
OK, thanks Here's a pic of an open hopper on the East Broad Top,Orbisonia,PA Aug 1989
At Winslow Jct, NJ Sept 1998
Do these babys count as hoppers...?? If not, their big brothers will stand in for them.....:mrgreen:
I didn't realize the Flintstones had railroad cars! :mrgreen:
R O F L......!!!!:roll1:
Wait'll you see the locomotive - it's Fred and Barney "hot-footing" it as an articulated. :-D:-D
Millville,NJ Oct 1993
Those are great e-paw! Such an understated scheme but it just says railroading to me!
Gotta love the lines of the Sharks!
Modern day NYC, after the Conrail merger, CR equiptment leased to CSXT had NYC reporting marks. Deepwater,NJ June 2000
Here's another NYC hopper, from an earlier time:
Pennsy H22 coke service hopper, with older-style clamshell doors:
B&le hopper car
here is a B&LE hopper car my dad dis this past summer. he did a whole set including 3 locomotives in the bi-centennial scheme.
Winslow Jct, NJ Aug 1997