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Date: 03/31/24 03:36
CSX Chessie 1973 on M647
Author: CSX2605

Yesterday morning I tuned into my radio to hear M647(Chicago-Waycross) call out a signal and say CSX 1973. This is on the CSX CE&D sub in southwest Indiana. I hurried to the back of the field with barely enough time to setup the ground camera & get the drone airborne. It was a cloudy sunrise. The plastic strips you see in the field are for watermelon or cantaloupe plants.

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Date: 03/31/24 04:06
Re: CSX Chessie 1973 on M647
Author: WM_1109

Damn, you sure know how to cut--and edit--a nice video.
Well done!
/Ted



Date: 03/31/24 07:20
Re: CSX Chessie 1973 on M647
Author: CSX2605

WM_1109 Wrote:
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> Damn, you sure know how to cut--and edit--a nice
> video.
> Well done!
> /Ted
Thank you Ted. I really enjoy making videos vs taking photos. ;) I have a YouTube channel, "Grainexpress". Look around and see if there is anything you like. Been doing it since 2010.  Youtube doesn't like me because I do not upload regularly so my videos don't pop up much in the suggested video column.



Date: 03/31/24 07:34
Re: CSX Chessie 1973 on M647
Author: texchief1

Super nice!  Thanks for sharing.

texchief1



Date: 03/31/24 08:55
Re: CSX Chessie 1973 on M647
Author: Darthsimpletext

ADS ADS ADS, I HATE ADS!

NICK



Date: 03/31/24 09:05
Re: CSX Chessie 1973 on M647
Author: Curt

Agreed.  Nice job on the video.



Date: 03/31/24 14:49
Re: CSX Chessie 1973 on M647
Author: CSX2605

Darthsimpletext Wrote:
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> ADS ADS ADS, I HATE ADS!
>
> NICK
I assume your talking about YouTube. Just remember, it doesn't cost you a dime but I have paid for a drone, a nice Canon video camera, good editing software and a powerful computer to run it so you and others can enjoy watching train videos(for free). I sincerely enjoy sharing with others to make this hobby enjoyable for all.



Date: 03/31/24 20:14
Re: CSX Chessie 1973 on M647
Author: GN599

Nice catch! I think the Chessie scheme blends well. I think they need a bigger Chessie logo though.



Date: 04/01/24 08:31
Re: CSX Chessie 1973 on M647
Author: Jesse6669

CSX2605 Wrote:
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> Darthsimpletext Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > ADS ADS ADS, I HATE ADS!
> >
> > NICK
> I assume your talking about YouTube. Just
> remember, it doesn't cost you a dime but I have
> paid for a drone, a nice Canon video camera, good
> editing software and a powerful computer to run it
> so you and others can enjoy watching train
> videos(for free). I sincerely enjoy sharing with
> others to make this hobby enjoyable for all.

Also, if you pony up for the YouTube Premium, you don't see any ads (and the content creator still makes a bit in "royalties").  I found it was a worthwhile trade-off myself since I watch a lot of YouTube videos and live streams.
 



Date: 04/02/24 16:50
Re: CSX Chessie 1973 on M647
Author: ns1000

Nice video!!



Date: 04/03/24 08:40
Re: CSX Chessie 1973 on M647
Author: RailRat

Nice video and great editing!
Congrats on VOTD Too.
I will look for your tube channel and subscribe.

My tube channel is RailBrat,
I have been real slow uploading more videos to my channel, (mostly UP Steam trips transfered from VHS) raw video, no captions or editing (still intend to learn how to do that) just didn't have time or patience to do that process.
And yes tube runs ads before some of my videos no matter how few subscribers or views I actually have.

Jim Baker
Riverside, CA



Date: 04/03/24 13:34
Re: CSX Chessie 1973 on M647
Author: CSX2605

RailRat Wrote:
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> Nice video and great editing!
> Congrats on VOTD Too.
> I will look for your tube channel and subscribe.
>
> My tube channel is RailBrat,
> I have been real slow uploading more videos to my
> channel, (mostly UP Steam trips transfered from
> VHS) raw video, no captions or editing (still
> intend to learn how to do that) just didn't have
> time or patience to do that process.
> And yes tube runs ads before some of my videos no
> matter how few subscribers or views I actually
> have.
Will check it out! Love the old stuff.

Posted from iPhone



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