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Date: 09/08/17 21:33
UP SD70AH Powered Roper At Casa Loma, California, August 2016
Author: FiveChime

UP Eastbound Roseville - Roper Freight with a big variety of cars and mid train helper at
Casa Loma, California. August 2016.

Jim Evans Video

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Date: 09/08/17 21:38
Re: UP SD70AH Powered Roper At Casa Loma, California, August 2016
Author: RailFanAZ

Very NICE Video and Scenery Jim, Thanks for Sharing!    Here in the desert, there are not many trees to get good video/photos like that!

Christina R
Mesa, AZ
RailFanAZ.com



Date: 09/09/17 03:49
Re: UP SD70AH Powered Roper At Casa Loma, California, August 2016
Author: electromac

Excellent!



Date: 09/09/17 19:59
Re: UP SD70AH Powered Roper At Casa Loma, California, August 2016
Author: gonx

Fantastic!

However, I still miss the SP and their loud locomotives.



Date: 09/09/17 20:07
Re: UP SD70AH Powered Roper At Casa Loma, California, August 2016
Author: gandydancer4

NOTHING LIKE 2 STROKE EMD MUSCLE!! LOVE IT!!



Date: 09/09/17 20:28
Re: UP SD70AH Powered Roper At Casa Loma, California, August 2016
Author: spwolfmtn

UP must fill that train out with other eastbound cars as well, wouldn't think there would be much of a reason for all those empty auto racks to be going to Salt Lake?



Date: 09/09/17 22:56
Re: UP SD70AH Powered Roper At Casa Loma, California, August 2016
Author: SCUfoamer

Mid train DPUs on Donner have a very distinct growl. Perfect spot to catch that train with the crossing and double S curve



Date: 09/10/17 07:58
Re: UP SD70AH Powered Roper At Casa Loma, California, August 2016
Author: fehorse1

Great - all EMD's up front!. Thank you Jim.

Pete



Date: 09/10/17 21:01
Re: UP SD70AH Powered Roper At Casa Loma, California, August 2016
Author: JLinDE

As an old easterner, i'll never be able to see this. When you changed views, was the camera still rolling or did you shut it off? I like to know train size, and I counted 77 cars. Any idea how many cars it really had, and how many auto racks? Thanx.



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