Where did it go???

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  1. DanRaitz

    DanRaitz Member

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    BDC,

    Personnaly I would have put Union Pacific under
    'B' for "BORG"
    "resisitance is futile, you will be assimilated!!":D :D :D
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    Dan,

    There's a fellow on the Atlas forum that has a signature you'd probably like:

    UNION PACIFIC
    We Will Devour

    And now, to stay on topic, here's another 'U' in the form of the Utah Railway.

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    And for 'W', another shortline - the West Texas and Lubbock RR.

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  4. ezdays

    ezdays Out AZ way

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    Got another "U". This is what's left of a Union Pacific loco when it went head into another one a few miles south of Phoenix yesterday. No one was injured, but they have a lot of cars to put back on the track.

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  5. DanRaitz

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    Here are a couple of 'V' railroads
    The first is the Virginia & Truckee RR

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    the second is the Valley & Siletz RR out of Independence, Oregon

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    V is for VIRGINIAN RAILWAY:D ;)
    Electric of course;) :p

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    I think is time for some 'W's.
    First one of the greatest 'W's of all WESTERN PACIFIC

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    Heres another favorite of mine. The Wisconsin Central

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  11. DanRaitz

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    Okay, we have only three more letters to go :)

    Here is the only shot of a 'X' that I could find.

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    Time to end this thing. :(
    Here are my 'Y' and 'Z' railroads.

    The "Yolo" is out of Woodland, CA

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    Here is the 'Z'.

    This shot was taken at a grain elevator just north of Goshen, CA on HWY-99.

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    Not so fast, Dan! I've got one more for 'Y':p :D

    The 'Yverdon & Ste Croix RR' is an electrified meter gauge railroad in the western, french speaking part of Switzerland.
    This (mainly) freight loco is known as the 'Crocodile' - so they gave her 1997 an appropriate paint job for the 100 year anniversary of the RR company.
    (They electrified in 1945. Before they had some wonderful 2-6-6-2T Mallets. Too bad, I didn't find a pic of one of these :( )

    Ron

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