Home Open Account Help 276 users online

Western Railroad Discussion > Toys For Tots Train on the WSOR 11/3/12


Date: 11/03/12 15:04
Toys For Tots Train on the WSOR 11/3/12
Author: bxa1

Saturday 11-3-2012
Wisconsin and Southern Railroad
Milton Wisconsin to Middleton Wisconsin

Consist:
WSOR E9a #101 (6-axles, 2400hp, built by EMD 4/1956)
NORTHERN PLAINS baggage car
NORTHERN PASS baggage car
Milwaukee Road Caboose 02012

**The train was to be pulled by SOO LINE 1003 (2-8-2 Mikado), but a mechanical issue kept her home in Hartford Wisconsin








Date: 11/03/12 15:09
Re: Toys For Tots Train on the WSOR 11/3/12
Author: bxa1

Set 2








Date: 11/03/12 15:12
Re: Toys For Tots Train on the WSOR 11/3/12
Author: bxa1

Set 3








Date: 11/03/12 15:17
Re: Toys For Tots Train on the WSOR 11/3/12
Author: bxa1

Set 4








Date: 11/03/12 16:12
Toys For Tots Train on the WSOR-Video Set 1
Author: bxa1

Video set of the Toys for Tots Train on the Wisconsin and Southern RR west of Edgerton WI 11.03.2012

You must be a registered subscriber to watch videos. Join Today!




Date: 11/03/12 17:05
Toys For Tots Train on the WSOR-Video Set 2
Author: bxa1

Train passing through McFarland Wisconsin

You must be a registered subscriber to watch videos. Join Today!




Date: 11/03/12 17:31
Toys For Tots Train on the WSOR-Video Set 3
Author: bxa1

Train coming into Middleton Wisconsin

You must be a registered subscriber to watch videos. Join Today!




Date: 11/04/12 17:15
Re: Toys For Tots Train on the WSOR-Video Set 3
Author: aussiehinz

Wow! Great stuff. Wish I would have known... was up there at Milton/Janesville all afternoon the 2nd. Saw the MILW caboose at Milton, but just didn't realize what was going to take place. Thanks for posting.



Date: 11/05/12 08:51
Re: Toys For Tots Train on the WSOR-Video Set 3
Author: Evan_Werkema

Interesting to note that while the "Mars" trademark is clearly visible in the tenth shot (Set 4, #1), the videos show a circular oscillation pattern more typical of Pyle National Gyralights. The shape of the plate holding the lamps doesn't match the Mars SBWR-5000-1:

http://www.trainweb.org/gyra/photo/sbwr5000_1.htm

or the Pyle 20595 or 20795:

http://www.trainweb.org/gyra/specs/20595.htm
http://www.trainweb.org/gyra/specs/20750.htm

Anybody know what we're really looking at in there?



[ Search ] [ Start a New Thread ] [ Back to Thread List ] [ <Newer ] [ Older> ] 
Page created in 0.1281 seconds