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Date: 06/09/19 18:44
TRANSCON Training - Part 5 - Epilogue
Author: cinder

My five day trip to the TRANSCON from Manassas, VA was "weather-forecasted" for showers every day.  The weather was nearly perfect every day.  I hoped for the San Fransisco Peaks to be "out" .... and they were.  I wanted to see an "Arizona Diamondback" in Kingman Canyon .... and I did.  I was blessed.

A drive on US 66 was an added treat; especially Seligman, AZ.  I enjoyed two breakfasts at the Westside Lilo's Cafe as recommended by TO's Ray Lewis.

1&2.  Seligman.  A town where time has deliberately stood still.
3.  A meet two miles west of Seligman.  It is here that the double tracks are separated horizontally and vertically.  Easy access off US 66.



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 06/09/19 18:54 by cinder.








Date: 06/09/19 18:50
Re: TRANSCON Traioning - Part 5 - Epilogue
Author: cinder

4.  Another peek at "The Peaks".
5.. Another perspective of the Kingman sunrise.
6.  Another look at an "Arizona Diamondback".
 








Date: 06/09/19 18:52
Re: TRANSCON Training - Part 5 - Epilogue
Author: cinder

It was a wonderful time.  "Sharing is caring".




Date: 06/09/19 19:15
Re: TRANSCON Training - Part 5 - Epilogue
Author: zchcsse

Thanks for all of your posts from this trip.  I've enjoyed them all.

-Tom



Date: 06/10/19 08:44
Re: TRANSCON Training - Part 5 - Epilogue
Author: bmarti7

Great, great series - thanks for the posts! Now I think I'll go watch the DVD's of Cars and The Harvey Girls.

BB



Date: 06/10/19 13:42
Re: TRANSCON Training - Part 5 - Epilogue
Author: ns1000

Thanks for the pics...



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