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Date: 09/30/05 22:18
Some 3985 shots from yesterday
Author: UP6936

Well another day away from work chasing 3985.




Date: 09/30/05 22:24
Re: Some 3985 shots from yesterday
Author: UP6936

This is at Hanna, running through the derailment area.




Date: 09/30/05 22:24
Re: Some 3985 shots from yesterday
Author: UP6936

Bridge over the Medicine Bow River




Date: 09/30/05 22:26
Re: Some 3985 shots from yesterday
Author: UP6936

3985 draws all sorts of crowds




Date: 09/30/05 22:31
Re: Some 3985 shots from yesterday
Author: UP6936

Shot at the service stop in Medicine Bow




Date: 10/01/05 06:16
Re: Some 3985 shots from yesterday
Author: nathan314

When I win the lotto, I'm buying a Theatre Car. Pictures can't do justice to the view.

Nathan Beauheim




Date: 10/01/05 06:17
Re: Some 3985 shots from yesterday
Author: nathan314

Pulling past the depot in Rawlins.

Nathan Beauheim




Date: 10/01/05 06:21
Re: Some 3985 shots from yesterday
Author: nathan314

Experimenting with night shots in Cheyenne.

Nathan Beauheim




Date: 10/01/05 06:21
Re: Some 3985 shots from yesterday
Author: nathan314

Another night shot. Thanks to the gentleman who's name I didn't catch for the use of the tripod.

Nathan Beauheim




Date: 10/01/05 14:12
Re: Some 3985 shots from yesterday
Author: Red

You know...I realize that the auxiliary tenders were not used in the "glory days"...but...in a weird sort of way, they ENHANCE the massive appearance of the engine. A big, big engine that needs a lot of fuel and water. The train looks quite self-sufficient with these, doesn't it?

Great pictures!



Date: 10/01/05 17:13
Re: Some 3985 shots from yesterday
Author: RustyRayls

Ok, just curious. What is the criteria that determines when the steam has to have a diesel in consist for the dynamic braking??



Date: 10/04/05 07:20
Re: Some 3985 shots from yesterday
Author: m1bprr

Back in 2000 chased the Challenger across Utah on her way back to home base in Wyoming. Some pix of her strutting her stuff!

Ed K. cp. Laurel Run




Date: 10/04/05 07:22
Re: Some 3985 shots from yesterday
Author: m1bprr

Really moving!

Ed K.




Date: 10/04/05 07:23
Re: Some 3985 shots from yesterday
Author: m1bprr

This was great fun!!!

Ed K.




Date: 10/04/05 14:28
Re: Some 3985 shots from yesterday
Author: nycman

Re your shot above "3985 draws all sorts of crowds," here is the homo-sapien foam regurgitator specie, in Salem, OR.




Date: 10/04/05 17:59
3985 Resting at Rock Springs, WY
Author: cozephyr

Back on August 24, 2005, UP 3985 laid over at Rock Springs, WY, after completing her first day run from Cheyenne. A passing eastbound train provided the illumination.




Date: 10/05/05 16:45
Re: 3985 Resting at Rock Springs, WY
Author: ProAmtrak

Sweet pics, and chasing her at 70? Try chasing 4449 at 75 when she pulled the Worlds Fair Daylight!



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