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Date: 05/18/20 09:42
Texas State Railroad: Steppin’ Back In Time
Author: Rattie

A re-edit with permission of original video captured by Jason Rose in April 2019 on the Texas State Railroad at an event organised by Lerro Photography.



Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 05/18/20 13:07 by Rattie.

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Date: 05/18/20 10:18
Re: Texas State Railroad: Stopping' Back In Time
Author: Jason-Rose

Nicely done, Ian. It was a pleasure working with you again.

Jason Rose
Spring, TX
Rio Grande Explorations



Date: 05/18/20 10:35
Re: Texas State Railroad: Stopping' Back In Time
Author: Rattie

It was fun and a joy to do?
 



Date: 05/18/20 12:46
Re: Texas State Railroad: Stopping' Back In Time
Author: heatermason

Nice edit!  Thank you, made my day.

Timothy



Date: 05/18/20 21:09
Re: Texas State Railroad: Steppin’ Back In Time
Author: UP951West

Quality from beginning to end !  Thanks for sharing. --Kelly



Date: 05/19/20 13:52
Re: Texas State Railroad: Steppin’ Back In Time
Author: ns1000

Great video!!



Date: 05/19/20 14:38
Re: Texas State Railroad: Steppin’ Back In Time
Author: Cumbresfan

I noticed you changed the whistle for the last half of the video - much deeper and stronger sounding.



Date: 05/20/20 04:43
Re: Texas State Railroad: Steppin’ Back In Time
Author: PlyWoody

Nice  old cars in the train, Great video., but train orders are addressed to Engineer and Conductor.  Always need two forks to put on orders to engine and to caboose.  All crewmen are required to read every order.



Date: 05/20/20 05:57
Re: Texas State Railroad: Steppin’ Back In Time
Author: Jason-Rose

There were at least 3 whistles used over the 2-day excursion. I may be wrong, but I believe this one came off of T&P 610.

Jason Rose
Spring, TX
Rio Grande Explorations



Date: 05/20/20 05:59
Re: Texas State Railroad: Steppin’ Back In Time
Author: Jason-Rose

PlyWoody Wrote:
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> Nice  old cars in the train, Great video., but
> train orders are addressed to Engineer and
> Conductor.  Always need two forks to put on
> orders to engine and to caboose.  All crewmen are
> required to read every order.

You can see the other TO hoop leaning against the Depot, by the Station Agents window. It was provided, but I don't remember why it wasn't used.

Jason Rose
Spring, TX
Rio Grande Explorations



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