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Date: 02/21/21 19:04
67E runs LHF through Pottstown, plus two other videos
Author: VFPNSFAN

NS 67E runs long hood forward through Pottstown, PA.  2/20/21.

H44 flying east through Pottstown en route to Abrams Yard.  

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Date: 02/21/21 19:07
Re: 67E runs LHF through Pottstown, plus two other videos
Author: VFPNSFAN

H44 overtakes 38G pulling into Abrams yard as they both pass Port Kennedy.

2/21/21
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Valley Forge, PA

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Date: 02/21/21 19:08
Re: 67E runs LHF through Pottstown, plus two other videos
Author: TEEKAY

Never seen them lead backwards like that



Date: 02/21/21 19:24
Re: 67E runs LHF through Pottstown, plus two other videos
Author: King_Coal

Perfect weather to watch some action. Very nice videos.



Date: 02/22/21 00:03
Re: 67E runs LHF through Pottstown, plus two other videos
Author: krm152

Excellent video series. Like them all but most especially Video 2.
Thanks for your posting.
ALLEN



Date: 02/22/21 07:31
Re: 67E runs LHF through Pottstown, plus two other videos
Author: Gonut1

Nice! All good action.
Gonut



Date: 02/22/21 08:41
Re: 67E runs LHF through Pottstown, plus two other videos
Author: dschlegel

Great videos Doug! Yesterday’s H44 seemed longer than normal. I think I heard it making a pick up in Reading on it’s way to Abrams which might explain the extra length.
Dan

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Date: 02/22/21 09:17
Re: 67E runs LHF through Pottstown, plus two other videos
Author: Darthsimpletext

AWESOME!

But wait! how do you film through the bridges protective webbing? i was there, it seemed IMPOSSIBLE when i checked out betzwood bridge last summer

nick



Date: 02/23/21 09:34
Re: 67E runs LHF through Pottstown, plus two other videos
Author: VFPNSFAN

Darthsimpletext Wrote:
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> AWESOME!
>
> But wait! how do you film through the bridges
> protective webbing? i was there, it seemed
> IMPOSSIBLE when i checked out betzwood bridge last
> summer
>
> nick

Not sure what you mean Nick, there are horizontal stainless steel cables spaced about 3-4" apart, pretty easy to get camera through or at least lens positioned where it's not obstructed.



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