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Date: 03/08/19 00:19
Cascade Green on the Pull
Author: funnelfan

A heavy grain train headed up by three SD40-2's and a C30-7 climbs into the Cascades passing the quarry at Overlook on the River City Modeler's Layout in Spokane, WA. This layout will be open to the public this Sunday. Great place to visit after the train show and swap meet at the Spokane county Fairgrounds.

Ted Curphey
Cheney, WA




Date: 03/08/19 07:25
Re: Cascade Green on the Pull
Author: SPDRGWfan

I always liked the cascade green - very appealing and nicer than the newer schemes.

Cheers, Jim



Date: 03/08/19 08:12
Re: Cascade Green on the Pull
Author: philhoov

How do those eninges generate exhaust smoke?
Phil



Date: 03/08/19 08:13
Re: Cascade Green on the Pull
Author: Spoony81

philhoov Wrote:
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> How do those eninges generate exhaust smoke?
> Phil

I would guess photoshop



Date: 03/08/19 11:40
Re: Cascade Green on the Pull
Author: funnelfan

"Digital enhancement"

philhoov Wrote:
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> How do those eninges generate exhaust smoke?
> Phil

Ted Curphey
Cheney, WA



Date: 03/10/19 07:27
Re: Cascade Green on the Pull
Author: Santafes95

Great shots. I nver liked the BN scheme on the real engines but I have always liked it on models. I think it is the black top and bottom and the cleaness of the units. Anyone else like it more on the models than the prototype?



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