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Date: 01/22/06 19:29
RF&P seemed more like the NEC
Author: airfire

Out for some RF&P shots we were greeted with a slew of Amtrak moves. As we started south early the sun was shining bright for the P088 with AMTK205 northbound crossing the Rappahannock River. Thanks to SH for the tour.





Date: 01/22/06 19:30
Re: RF&P seemed more like the NEC
Author: airfire

More Amtrak as we reached Ruther Glen.




Date: 01/22/06 19:31
Re: RF&P seemed more like the NEC
Author: airfire

Amtrak again with the 134 passing downtown Ashland.




Date: 01/22/06 19:32
Re: RF&P seemed more like the NEC
Author: airfire

On a Sunday it seemed fitting to get the 173 passing a church in South Ashland.




Date: 01/22/06 19:33
Re: RF&P seemed more like the NEC
Author: airfire

Buckingham Branch power in the yard at Doswell.




Date: 01/22/06 19:36
Re: RF&P seemed more like the NEC
Author: airfire

A slightly different capture of the CSXT5107 Thomas Rice Special hitting the diamond at Doswell with a grain train waiting on the Piedmont Sub. Enjoy JJ.





Date: 01/22/06 22:37
Re: RF&P seemed more like the NEC
Author: africansteam

airfire Wrote:
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> A slightly different capture of the CSXT5107
> Thomas Rice Special hitting the diamond at Doswell
> with a grain train waiting on the Piedmont Sub.
> Enjoy JJ.

Nice Photo!

Africansteam





Date: 01/23/06 03:13
Re: RF&P seemed more like the NEC
Author: bandob

Very nice series, makes me want to check out the RF&P. I've ridden it many times, but never seen it "from outside the train."

Bandob



Date: 01/23/06 04:31
Re: RF&P seemed more like the NEC
Author: drwes

Great shots! Thanks.

Wes



Date: 01/23/06 05:41
Re: RF&P seemed more like the NEC
Author: RFandPFan

Fantastic shots, thanks for posting.



Date: 01/23/06 12:05
Re: RF&P seemed more like the NEC
Author: airfire

Thank you all for the kind comments!
Jim



Date: 01/24/06 06:54
Re: RF&P seemed more like the NEC
Author: WPandYfan

airfire Wrote:
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> A slightly different capture of the CSXT5107
> Thomas Rice Special hitting the diamond at Doswell
> with a grain train waiting on the Piedmont Sub.
> Enjoy JJ.


Nice! I didn't know this unit was back in service. What story behind the naming of this loco?



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