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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by slekjr, Nov 3, 2008.
NOT a big deal at all Charlie:smilie: , now post a hopper, will yasign1
WOW!:eeki: , i would be VERY INTERESTED in seeing your GP7M in its original CNW colors!:thumb::mrgreen: PLEASE post it in here, or on my thread, or just PM it to me if you will:smilie: .
THANK YOU SO MUCH CHARLIE!:thumb::mrgreen: , i almost cried on the first pic though... .
considering those links a the next pic on here...:119: , it gives me a chance to post this pic i took last JULY:mrgreen: .
TH&B GP7 74
NICE GP7 Wayne:thumb:
Grand Trunk 4427
BTW folks, ALL the pictures i post were taken by ME:thumb::mrgreen: .
GTW "pushers" assisting a train up the hill in Valparaiso IN during a snow storm in 1984. For some reason trains stalled out on this hill often:mrgreen:
All though I have a thousand GT photos to scan, I'm going to switch.
Rio Grande SW1200, 136 (sorry about the spots, these are old pics)
Deano, here are the F's from earlier.:mrgreen:
Rio Grande Zepher, F9 5771, Grand Junction CO, 1981.
This one is self explanitory
How do you like the weathering to the lower portion of the engine? Deano did it....that's why it is so good!:winker:
Just one more F unit.
So does that make mine "just another" F-unit?
Love that F unit...AND that Caddy.....
You're welcome! :thumb:
Is AMT FP7 1306 close enough to an F7? It's only 4' longer...