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Date: 10/17/09 18:33
A great day on the Pocahontas District,WV 10-17-2009
Author: Samuel

First off we catch S3A leaving the yard at Bluefield






Date: 10/17/09 18:34
Re: A great day on the Pocahontas District,WV 10-17-200
Author: Samuel

Then 233 at Ada and at Bluefield








Date: 10/17/09 18:36
Re: A great day on the Pocahontas District,WV 10-17-200
Author: Samuel

Then 824 leaves Bluefield,and then 83G and it's pushers at Northfork.








Date: 10/17/09 18:38
Re: A great day on the Pocahontas District,WV 10-17-200
Author: Samuel

Then 51R,194,and 769 at Hull.








Date: 10/17/09 18:40
Re: A great day on the Pocahontas District,WV 10-17-200
Author: Samuel

Then 52V at Hull and Davy.








Date: 10/17/09 18:41
Re: A great day on the Pocahontas District,WV 10-17-200
Author: Samuel

Then in the last light we get 17M back at Northfork




Date: 10/17/09 22:35
Re: A great day on the Pocahontas District,WV 10-17-200
Author: NH2006

Nice job Sam!



Date: 10/18/09 05:51
Re: A great day on the Pocahontas District,WV 10-17-200
Author: SI-Tower

Did you meet Roy in Davy? He drives a dark blue pickup and will stop to talk for any amount of time. I was set up across the tracks from your Davy shot several weeks ago and got a couple decent videos. He stopped for about a half hour right there in the middle of the road. Heck of a nice guy>
John



Date: 10/18/09 06:09
Re: A great day on the Pocahontas District,WV 10-17-200
Author: chessiegp39

Great pictures Samuel! Love the fall colors and the shot with the CR SD60i is fantastic.

Thanks for posting.

James



Date: 10/18/09 06:27
Re: A great day on the Pocahontas District,WV 10-17-200
Author: chesterrailfan

Fantastic photos, Samuel. Always a pleasure viewing your work.



Date: 10/18/09 12:00
Re: A great day on the Pocahontas District,WV 10-17-200
Author: GP30Frank

That shot of #8018 is really nice. But I also like that one at the crossing, with the blurred grain hoppers going by.



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