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    Question Is NS up to Something?

    I think NS is up to something, and I think I like it too! http://rrpicturearchives.net/showPic...spx?id=2852501
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    That is really going to get hot in the summer.
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    Well, it looks a lot nicer than a vandalized rust bucket or a package of razor blades!
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    Anyone notice the logo?
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    I noticed that right away. I like it. :thumbs_up:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Virginian Railway View Post
    Anyone notice the logo?
    Yes. Didn't comment as I was considering the caboose project as a whole.
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    Most likely they'll used this on locals as shoving platforns for long backup moves. It DOES look better that a vandalized, rusted-out junkwagon.

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    I like that picture. It is nice to see a caboose. Even after all these years, I still think that a train is not complete without a caboose.
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