Small freight movement

Discussion in 'Traction Thoroughfare' started by interurban, Oct 7, 2006.

  1. interurban

    interurban Active Member

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    Another shot from my last lay out.
    This is one of two L&PS juice jacks I built .
    Hauling a small freight onto the main line

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  2. LoudMusic

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    I love looking at traction freight. It's so foreign to me. I'm used to seeing diesil and steam freight, of course, and traction passenger service. But it's kind of aukward to see brown box cars rolling along under the wire.

    Nice photo!
  3. spitfire

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    You're right LoudMusic - it does look kind of strange compared to what we're used to.

    Nice shot Chris..... missing the old layout are you? ;)

    Val
  4. doctorwayne

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    Nice picture, Chris, and I like that station too.

    Wayne
  5. MilesWestern

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    Who makes that station? Is that an MDC Boxcab? HOw about the cars, who makes those? Very cool! :)
  6. interurban

    interurban Active Member

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    The station I picked that up at a show for $10 bucks years ago forgot the make Miles. (DLW)
    That is two round house bodys joined together to make my box motor

    The Cars? freight bought over the years. 40 footers.
    All boxed and stored at the moment:rolleyes: