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Date: 11/22/12 17:24
This turkey is definitely well done.
Author: choochoocharlie

Happy Thanksgiving to all TO members. This SP U33C which is now DIC {Dead in Consist} (or DIT {Dead in Train} if you prefer) in SP train #830 headed to LA for repairs. The #8704 was in a West train the day before when it caught fire. Photo taken in the Santa Barbara Yard on April 18th, 1978.

C.C.Chas.




Date: 11/22/12 17:34
Re: This turkey is definitely well done.
Author: SD452XR

A GE toaster be "toasty"



Date: 11/22/12 17:34
Re: This turkey is definitely well done.
Author: PHall

Mmmmmmm, mmmmmmmmmmmmm toasty!



Date: 11/22/12 18:06
Re: This turkey is definitely well done.
Author: hiline

Looks like someone dropped their marshmallow's on top of the hood,while they were getting toasted. Thank's for posting.



Date: 11/22/12 23:25
Re: This turkey is definitely well done.
Author: miralomarail

I recall being at Pepper Ave in West Colton, Ca and a Westbound was coming in off the Hot Desert with a Hot Running GE, The Engineer was calling the Roundhouse Foremen , and He said not to worry it will be just fine as it was almost there, about 2 Min later a Puff of White Smoke came up from that Hot GE and another one Bit the Dust



Date: 11/23/12 02:21
Re: This turkey is definitely well done.
Author: GP25

hiline Wrote:
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> Looks like someone dropped their marshmallow's on
> top of the hood,while they were getting toasted.
> Thank's for posting.


Yeah. Only think missing is the yams !

Jerry Martin
Los Angeles, CA
Central Coast Railroad Festival



Date: 11/23/12 11:48
Re: This turkey is definitely well done.
Author: qman

Bet ya can stick a fork in THAT one !!!!

qman



Date: 11/23/12 23:57
Re: This turkey is definitely well done.
Author: the_expediter

Calling the UC33 a turkey is insulting...to Turkeys Everywhere!



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