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Date: 05/05/22 16:34
Please Vote For Georgetown Loop Railroad.
Author: Wacky-roger1942

Please Vote For Georgetown Loop Railroad.
Readers Choice Best Train Rides 2022.
To Vote: https://www.10best.com/.../georgetown-loop-railroad.../

Roger Hogan
Chama, NM
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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/05/22 16:34 by Wacky-roger1942.

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Date: 05/06/22 12:51
Re: Please Vote For Georgetown Loop Railroad.
Author: espee4ever

Done!



Date: 05/06/22 14:09
Re: Please Vote For Georgetown Loop Railroad.
Author: Cumbresfan

espee4ever Wrote:
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> Done!

Wacky-Roger must be having an identity crisis - he lives in Chama and produces videos for the Cumbres and Toltec! Though it has a high bridge, curves and a steep climb between depots, the three-mile long Georgetown Loop RR really goes nowhere as it is hemmed in by mountains on one side and in view of I-70 and its noise on the other. A round-trip ride up and down the grade takes only 75 minutes. Being just a short trip, it does however whet the appetite for something more spectacular like the 64-mile Cumbres and Toltec through an isolated area of Colorado and New Mexico.



Date: 05/06/22 17:37
Re: Please Vote For Georgetown Loop Railroad.
Author: Wacky-roger1942

espee4ever Wrote:
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> Done!

Thank you.

Roger Hogan
Chama, NM
Train Stuff



Date: 05/06/22 17:39
Re: Please Vote For Georgetown Loop Railroad.
Author: Wacky-roger1942

Cumbresfan Wrote:
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> espee4ever Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Done!
>
> Wacky-Roger must be having an identity crisis - he
> lives in Chama and produces videos for the Cumbres
> and Toltec! Though it has a high bridge, curves
> and a steep climb between depots, the three-mile
> long Georgetown Loop RR really goes nowhere as it
> is hemmed in by mountains on one side and in view
> of I-70 and its noise on the other. A round-trip
> ride up and down the grade takes only 75 minutes.
> Being just a short trip, it does however whet the
> appetite for something more spectacular like the
> 64-mile Cumbres and Toltec through an isolated
> area of Colorado and New Mexico.

My 3 favorite railroads are all on the list. C&TSRR - Durango Silverton - Georgetown loop. Lucky me everyday I can vote ofr one of them and then at the end of 3 days I can start over.

Roger Hogan
Chama, NM
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