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    CN Green tracks

    Green tracks near Joffre yard, Charny (Quebec, Canada)

    The stuff is growing since early spring. It seam to be able to resist regular trains coming and going. That make for some beautiful trackage!

    Follow the link: TrainBoard.com

    note: I think I uploaded better resolution ones into railfan something something. They appear to have vanished into a black hole or something. Where did they go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by virgule View Post
    Where did they go?
    You mean these: Home » Prototypical » Miscellaneous


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stourbridge Lion View Post
    You mean these: Home » Prototypical » Miscellaneous
    Yes indeed. Thanks a bunch! :thumbs_up:

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    Wheat, corn, or other grains that leak from the bottom of a covered hopper car will do this. Eventually it'll either die off, get killed by something else leaking from a car, or get annihilated by the stuff they spray on the right-of-way for weed killing.
    That is some seriously potent stuff...

    Sorry to bring the thread back from the dead.

    -George Widener
    CN Fond du Lac, WI

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