Weekly Photo Fun 11/20 - 11/26/20
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Dock Street's leased MP15 AC has a box car for General Foods.

Bruce

   
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Aberdeen St.,Leetown

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Bruce - Different seeing something other than Conrail but I still like it.

Ed – TH&B has a really nice-looking paint scheme on those diesels.

I was able to grab a Proto 2000 B&O SD7 really, really cheap recently. The only draw back was it did not have a box. It is a nice looking and running unit. For this weekend I paired it with my Proto 2000 Chessie SD9 and made a Special Duty Run by. The box cars are the last of the RTR cars I recently weathered.

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B&O Proto 2000 SD7
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Chessie Proto 2000 (B&O) SD9
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B&O Intermountain 60 FT PS-1 Boxcar
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Chessie (C&O) Atlas 60 FT Auto Parts Double Door Boxcar
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Erie Lackawanna Intermountain 60 FT PS-1 Boxcar
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Southern Intermountain 60 FT PS-1 Boxcar
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Tom
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Ridley Keystone & Mountain Railroad
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Rock Island Atlas 60 FT Auto Parts Single Door Boxcar
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DRG&W Atlas 60 FT Auto Parts Double Door Boxcar
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Santa Fe Intermountain 60 FT PS-1 Boxcar
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Union Pacific Intermountain 60 FT PS-1 Boxcar
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B&O Athearn Blue Box Kit Bay Window Caboose
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Tom
Silence is golden but Duct tape is silver
Ridley Keystone & Mountain Railroad
My Rail Images Gallery
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Great shots guys! Applause Icon_e_biggrin

I have come late to the party, but here is my offering for the week...
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It's that time of the year.Extra 2659 heads to Peters Corner to clear the first snowfall of the season.

[Image: 50639113638_66d7b71b8f_k.jpg]P1420022 (4) by Ed Creechan, on Flickr
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Peters Corner 1959.

   
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