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Date: 04/14/17 13:45
Train #72 The Coast Mail
Author: bxmoore

MT-4 SP 4360, today's power on Train #72, the Los Angeles-bound Coast Mail, picks up a load of strawberries at Quisling CA.

Brian Moore
Plymouth UK



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Date: 04/14/17 14:50
Re: Train #72 The Coast Mail
Author: m420

Love me some MT action.
Very nice!



Date: 04/14/17 14:56
Re: Train #72 The Coast Mail
Author: superchief73

This is SP at its finest! 
 

Javier Cervantes
Castle Rock , CO



Date: 04/14/17 14:57
Re: Train #72 The Coast Mail
Author: WrongWayMurphy

That's great, I love mail trains.



Date: 04/14/17 16:26
Re: Train #72 The Coast Mail
Author: 4400horsepower

Beautiful Brian, Great job, thanks for sharing.

Brian
Burlington, Iowa



Date: 04/14/17 18:24
Re: Train #72 The Coast Mail
Author: J.Ferris

Ahhh Sad Sam in better days.

J.
 



Date: 04/14/17 20:57
Re: Train #72 The Coast Mail
Author: MojaveBill

Spectacular, from another MT fan.
Not to quibble but I read somewhere that you had to stop four feet from a passenger train and then back up to couple, which is what I do on my layout....

Bill Deaver
Mojave, CA



Date: 04/14/17 21:39
Re: Train #72 The Coast Mail
Author: ChrisCampi

Very nice and Quisling is coming along quite nicely as well.



Date: 04/14/17 23:09
Re: Train #72 The Coast Mail
Author: bearease

Beautiful!
Sure wish we could get an MT in N scale!



Date: 04/15/17 22:45
Re: Train #72 The Coast Mail
Author: engine3420

Those Athearn Mountains don't look too bad !

Chris



Date: 04/16/17 09:44
Re: Train #72 The Coast Mail
Author: Frisco1522

MojaveBill Wrote:
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> Spectacular, from another MT fan.
> Not to quibble but I read somewhere that you had
> to stop four feet from a passenger train and then
> back up to couple, which is what I do on my
> layout....

There are a lot of little things that unless you've been involved in "real" railroading that you could do modeling if you wanted.   Short or no whistle signals for backing up, stopping short of the joint, stretching 'em after the joint.  Pumping the trainlne back up and little things.
Great video, and great modeling.  Engine runs nicely too.  I wonder why sound never comes across on the video as well as it sounds in person?
Keep up that great modeling sir, you're doing fine.



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