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Date: 07/04/19 07:35
GLrr = Regulators At Devil's Gate
Author: Wacky-roger1942

They Robbed The Train. Visit The Georgetown Loop Railroad = https://www.georgetownlooprr.com/

Roger Hogan
Chama, NM
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Date: 07/04/19 15:15
Re: GLrr = Regulators At Devil's Gate
Author: Mudrock

Roger I like a good gun fight and the Silver plume Creek adds to the scene.


Chris

 



Date: 07/04/19 19:48
Re: GLrr = Regulators At Devil's Gate
Author: Wacky-roger1942

Mudrock Wrote:
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> Roger I like a good gun fight and the Silver plume
> Creek adds to the scene.
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> Chris
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It was fun to watch. I did talk them into having the sheriff get shot.

Roger Hogan
Chama, NM
Train Stuff



Date: 07/05/19 08:35
Re: GLrr = Regulators At Devil's Gate
Author: aehouse

Hokey and stupid. I avoid train rides that offer these antics.  I'm there for the railroad experience, not a bunch of local clowns showing off.



Date: 07/05/19 11:49
Re: GLrr = Regulators At Devil's Gate
Author: Wacky-roger1942

aehouse Wrote:
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> Hokey and stupid. I avoid train rides that offer
> these antics.  I'm there for the railroad
> experience, not a bunch of local clowns showing
> off.

Thanks for expressing your opinion.

 

Roger Hogan
Chama, NM
Train Stuff



Date: 07/05/19 12:25
Re: GLrr = Regulators At Devil's Gate
Author: sixaxlecentury

aehouse Wrote:
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> Hokey and stupid. I avoid train rides that offer
> these antics.  I'm there for the railroad
> experience, not a bunch of local clowns showing
> off.

Yup, and thats why most tourist railroads dont brand things for a railroad experience.   They brand Tourist activities.    Railfans dont pay the bills.  



Date: 07/05/19 13:57
Re: GLrr = Regulators At Devil's Gate
Author: wabash2800

We have a tourist railroad in Southern Indiana that does that but only infrequently on designated dates. I can say that I have a coworker who recently took her husband, children and grandchildren to ride that train. And she had never rode a train before. They had a great time (better than if they had ridden Amtrak.) Believe me, I didn't hear that "never again" thing from them. I rode that trip down there once when I was in college years ago and thought it was very entertaining. If it gets folks to ride the train, more power to them.  Often fans rather photograph the train than buy tickets and ride.

Victor A. Baird
http://erstwhilepublications.com



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/05/19 13:59 by wabash2800.



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