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Date: 11/23/12 09:53
Why not black & white photos for Black Friday?
Author: retcsxcfm

1) Seaboard Coast Line C420 1218 exSAL.Gary shop,Tampa,Fl.1968.
2) SCL derrick 771153 exSAL.Gary shop,Tampa,Fl.1968.



Uncle Joe
Seffner,Fl.






Date: 11/23/12 10:05
Re: Why not black & white photos for Black Friday?
Author: bxa1

bravo



Date: 11/23/12 10:16
Re: Why not black & white photos for Black Friday?
Author: africansteam

Works for me!

Looks like a fresh rebuild on the wrecker.

Cheers,
Jack



Date: 11/23/12 14:19
Re: Why not black & white photos for Black Friday?
Author: railstiesballast

Black Friday you say?
1. Sun glint off of rainy track and crossing, Cascade Summit (IIRC) from the rear of No. 14 a month ago.
2. Looking east from the first vestibule behind the power on a fan trip at Concepcion on the SP coast line, March 1961
3. Crosshead detail DRGW 487 on the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic RR, could be any year, likely this century, not a pure B&W, but close enough?



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/23/12 14:20 by railstiesballast.








Date: 11/24/12 00:44
Re: Why not black & white photos for Black Friday?
Author: choochoocharlie

railstiesballast, as far as I know Cascade Summit does not have a protected grade crossing, or basically any grade crossing. My guess would be judging from the angle of the sun, the curve on the grade crossing, etc., I would say you are leaving Crescent Lake headed toward the next siding of Cascade Summit.

C.C.Chas.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/25/12 00:31 by choochoocharlie.



Date: 11/24/12 16:36
Re: Why not black & white photos for Black Friday?
Author: railstiesballast

Thanks, Crescent Lake it is.



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