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Date: 04/08/20 04:54
GLrr = Departing Devils Gate = Locomotive 111
Author: Wacky-roger1942

Starting Under The High Bridge. From Our To Do Folder.

Roger Hogan
Chama, NM
Train Stuff

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Date: 04/08/20 06:42
Re: GLrr = Departing Devils Gate = Locomotive 111
Author: Mudrock

Roger excellent drone filming by you.  If you take that trail under the bridge it loops back t along the interstate and up by the sign you get this photo. Try it some time.


Chris




Date: 04/08/20 07:37
Re: GLrr = Departing Devils Gate = Locomotive 111
Author: Wacky-roger1942

Mudrock Wrote:
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> Roger excellent drone filming by you.  If you
> take that trail under the bridge it loops back t
> along the interstate and up by the sign you get
> this photo. Try it some time.
>
>
> Chris

Chris, thanks I will try it.

Roger Hogan
Chama, NM
Train Stuff



Date: 04/08/20 11:10
Re: GLrr = Departing Devils Gate = Locomotive 111
Author: 462pacific

Rogoer, I really like your drone footage which gives an overall look at the GLRR. However,
I have been unable to determine if the GLRR is a "point to point" operation requiring a
backup move return to start or is it a continuous loop of track where trains can continue
to complete the RR in a single direction move ? Probably my age and former model
RR building have contributed to me asking this most likely obvious to others question.



Date: 04/08/20 11:17
Re: GLrr = Departing Devils Gate = Locomotive 111
Author: Wacky-roger1942

462pacific Wrote:
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> Rogoer, I really like your drone footage which
> gives an overall look at the GLRR. However,
> I have been unable to determine if the GLRR is a
> "point to point" operation requiring a
> backup move return to start or is it a continuous
> loop of track where trains can continue
> to complete the RR in a single direction move ?
> Probably my age and former model
> RR building have contributed to me asking this
> most likely obvious to others question.


"point to point"

Roger Hogan
Chama, NM
Train Stuff



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