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Date: 03/16/23 10:46
Morning vs Afternoon
Author: MacBeau

The guardrail view of the western side of Crozier Canyon on the Seligman Sub two weeks ago today was well dusted with snow mid-morning, but temporarily devoid of rail traffic. Late afternoon the trains were running like streetcars, but the sun had altered the appearance of the landscape by then.
Be of good cheer,
—Mac
www.lowellamrine.com






Date: 03/16/23 11:22
Re: Morning vs Afternoon
Author: espee4ever

Nice pair of images, it sure looks different covered in all that white stuff.
—Michael



Date: 03/16/23 11:24
Re: Morning vs Afternoon
Author: goneon66

i never made it that far east to see the curve at crozier in the snow in the morning.  awesome image.

later that afternoon i did get a video of an e/b 4x3x0 stack train blasting out of valentine up towards the crozier curve.

the snow in the immediate kingman area hung around longer.........

66



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/16/23 12:24 by goneon66.



Date: 03/16/23 11:30
Re: Morning vs Afternoon
Author: MacBeau

That eastbound climbed past us just before the westbound arrived. Will have to dig out those shots.
—Mac

goneon66 Wrote:
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>  i did get a video of an e/b
> 4x4x0 stack train blasting out of valentine up
> towards the crozier curve.
> 66



Date: 03/16/23 11:45
Re: Morning vs Afternoon
Author: SCKP187

Nice set of sorta before-and-after photos.  A few hours made a world of difference.
Brian Stevens



Date: 03/16/23 12:03
Re: Morning vs Afternoon
Author: Ritzville

Love the contrast from morning to afternoon on the snow front. The area does look great with the snow.

Larry



Date: 03/16/23 12:25
Re: Morning vs Afternoon
Author: MacBeau

This is the 4x3x0 that came first.
—Mac


goneon66 Wrote:
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> later that afternoon i did get a video of an e/b
> 4x4x0 stack train blasting out of valentine up
> towards the crozier curve.






Date: 03/16/23 12:40
Re: Morning vs Afternoon
Author: goneon66

and here is that e/b 4x3x0 stack train a few moments before mac saw it.  

warbonnet thursday..............

66

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Date: 03/16/23 13:10
Re: Morning vs Afternoon
Author: MacBeau

Thanks for adding the video. My Lady commented at the time about how long this train was, and she was right.
—Mac

goneon66 Wrote:
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> and here is that e/b 4x3x0 stack train a few
> moments before mac saw it.  
>
> warbonnet thursday..............
>
> 66



Date: 03/16/23 18:26
Re: Morning vs Afternoon
Author: rbenko

cool seeing the Music Mountains in snow - thanks for sharing!  Love Crozier!



Date: 03/16/23 21:49
Re: Morning vs Afternoon
Author: cookdb3

Wow, Your images are so awersome and I like 1st image, which show lots of snow everywhere. Thanks again for your great sharing!

 



Date: 03/18/23 04:58
Re: Morning vs Afternoon
Author: AndyBrown

Great!  I missed this one when it was fresh, glad I found it!  So many spots on the Transcon that you just can't go wrong and this is one of them.

Andy



Date: 03/18/23 15:30
Re: Morning vs Afternoon
Author: ns1000

MacBeau Wrote:
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> The guardrail view of the western side of Crozier
> Canyon on the Seligman Sub two weeks ago today was
> well dusted with snow mid-morning, but temporarily
> devoid of rail traffic. Late afternoon the trains
> were running like streetcars, but the sun had
> altered the appearance of the landscape by then.
> Be of good cheer,
> —Mac
> www.lowellamrine.com

I like Pic 2!!



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