Mar 31, 2005
From Steamtown Lackawanna #889
[ March 03, 2006, 01:02 PM: Message edited by: Stourbridge Lion ]
Denver, CO 2004:
Ughh.. the desecration Jeremy!
I know, but I was thrilled to see a caboose rolling along on the mainline. Maybe a work train, I forget what it was.
[ March 03, 2006, 01:03 PM: Message edited by: Stourbridge Lion ]
I wonder if grafitti artists would ever consider including the roadname logo and associated markings into their work... instead of spraying over it
[ March 03, 2006, 01:04 PM: Message edited by: Stourbridge Lion ]
Like grafiti-ing an SP logo on UP equipment? Or a GN 'Rocky' on a BNSF 'new image' engine?
Or a D&H on a BN...
Or having a little "Digital" modification where there is no real harm done...
[ March 03, 2006, 01:05 PM: Message edited by: Stourbridge Lion ]
Great thread! and no better way to start it!
CR #23252 at Port Jervis, NY on eastbound freight. Feb. 23, 1985. Former Pennsy cabin #478167.
[ April 02, 2005, 05:12 PM: Message edited by: Don Rickle ]
B&M crummies at Mechanicville, NY. October 1985.
BN crummy Cicero, IL. May 2004.
From deep in the heart of Texas (clapclapclapclap), two KCS brainboxes:
Shot at Hughes Springs, TX on what is now called the Transcon line of KCS.
Carona, KS, on the Northeast Oklahoma:
When Frisco got this line in 1964, the caboose went in the sale. Can't remember what number it got. Doug Hughes did a great little article for the FMIG newsletter on how to build one of these.
Here's one from the Colorado RR Museum in Golden, CO, from March 1994:
That's the missus on the crummy steps.
Hope I didn't "hack" you off with all these pictures.....
[ April 02, 2005, 01:55 AM: Message edited by: friscobob ]
Wrong side, but hey, you get what you can get!
Yreka Western RR #001 (Formerly Mc Cloud River RR and origanally Great Northern RR circa 1911).
Feelin' crummy in Castle Craig, CA!
UP caboose on display in downtown Grapevine:
"Go big train"
Colfax, CA, on Donner Pass, from Amtrak #6: