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Date: 04/30/05 21:30
A stormy day on the Needles Sub.
Author: donwinslow

The following series was taken out around Ludlow during a desert storm last weekend.
The day started out cloudy and ended with rain in the evening. The first shot was at dawn at West Ash Hill.
(4 photos)

Don Winslow
http://www.donwinslow




Date: 04/30/05 21:31
Re: A stormy day on the Needles Sub.
Author: donwinslow

West Ash Hill at Sunrise.

Don Winslow
http://www.donwinslow.net




Date: 04/30/05 21:32
Re: A stormy day on the Needles Sub.
Author: donwinslow

Running westbound at the RR crossing just east of Ludlow at Sunset.

Don Winslow
http://www.donwinslow.net




Date: 04/30/05 21:33
Re: A stormy day on the Needles Sub.
Author: donwinslow

Fading into the sunset and rain.

Don Winslow
http://www.donwinslow.net




Date: 04/30/05 22:10
Re: A stormy day on the Needles Sub.
Author: africansteam

donwinslow Wrote:
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> Fading into the sunset and rain.

Beautiful, Don.
Africansteam





Date: 04/30/05 22:32
Re: A stormy day on the Needles Sub.
Author: alex14ramos

donwinslow Wrote:
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> Fading into the sunset and rain.
>
> Don Winslow
> http://www.donwinslow.net


Sweet!!

Thanks for sharing the pics,
Alex Ramos



Date: 04/30/05 22:33
Re: A stormy day on the Needles Sub.
Author: Detector

Don I like your CP Rail shot. Thank you for your post. Detector out



Date: 05/01/05 09:29
Re: A stormy day on the Needles Sub.
Author: HUSKERHERB

Great images Don!



Date: 05/01/05 10:02
Re: A stormy day on the Needles Sub.
Author: soolinehoghead

VERY nice stuff Don!! Thanks for sharing them.

Soo Line Hoghead



Date: 05/01/05 10:23
Re: A stormy day on the Needles Sub.
Author: bradleymckay

Some of you might have seen the thread I posted about the CP Rail SD40-2's leading this train. The symbol was UCPCPTC (Unit train from the CP at Chicago to Port Chicago, CA), so this wasn't an real intermodel as it might appear...

Lets just say this train was monitered and watched very closely as it moved west accross the system...


AM



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