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Date: 03/11/19 09:46
Dedicated To A Friend Who's Father Passed - Funeral Train
Author: cornerfieldhobby

I made this video for a freind of mine who his father passed and was in the army a long time ago. So this my creation of a Funeral Train for him.

MTH Spirit of The Union Pacific SD70ACe #1943, NS Honoring Our Veterans SD60E, Lionel American Flag Funeral Car, MTH Honoring First Responders SD60E with a Lionel Flatcar with Army Tank with MTH First Responders Caboose on Corner Field Model Railroad Museum & Hobby Shop in Huntsburg / Middlefield Ohio. 

We are the largest family owned model railroad in the United States. So come out if you haven't seen our hobby shop & layout in person yet.




Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/11/19 09:47 by cornerfieldhobby.

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Date: 03/11/19 11:14
Re: Dedicated To A Friend Who's Father Passed - Funeral Train
Author: EL-SD45-3632

cornerfieldhobby Wrote:
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> I made this video for a freind of mine who his
> father passed and was in the army a long time ago.
> So this my creation of a Funeral Train for him.
>
> MTH Spirit of The Union Pacific SD70ACe #1943, NS
> Honoring Our Veterans SD60E, Lionel American Flag
> Funeral Car, MTH Honoring First Responders SD60E
> with a Lionel Flatcar with Army Tank with MTH
> First Responders Caboose on Corner Field
> Model Railroad Museum & Hobby Shop in Huntsburg /
> Middlefield Ohio. 
>
> We are the largest family owned model railroad in
> the United States. So come out if you haven't
> seen our hobby shop & layout in person yet.

Nice train. Looks like you were close to having a nimor derailment with the casket car.



Date: 03/11/19 11:58
Re: Dedicated To A Friend Who's Father Passed - Funeral Train
Author: Bob3985

That was a very nice gesture.
For my remembrance of friends who have passed I created a funeral buisness car complete with a coffin, mourners and a preacher in the observation end.
The conductor is standing on the rear platform.
A friend of mine put better wipers on the wheelsets and a current keeper inside for the lighting.
I last ran it a couple of weeks ago down in Greeley for George Voightmann's rememberance ceremony at the COlorado Model Railroad Museum. 

Bob Krieger
Cheyenne, WY



Date: 03/11/19 14:01
Re: Dedicated To A Friend Who's Father Passed - Funeral Train
Author: wjpyper

Very nice.
 



Date: 03/11/19 14:47
Re: Dedicated To A Friend Who's Father Passed - Funeral Train
Author: NS4271

Very nice.
 



Date: 03/11/19 18:19
Re: Dedicated To A Friend Who's Father Passed - Funeral Train
Author: UP951West

Bob , running your funeral train for George V. at Greeley was a kind thing to do . I liked George. He was a really fine fellow.  --Kelly

Bob3985 Wrote:
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> That was a very nice gesture.
> For my remembrance of friends who have passed I
> created a funeral buisness car complete with a
> coffin, mourners and a preacher in the observation
> end.
> The conductor is standing on the rear platform.
> A friend of mine put better wipers on the
> wheelsets and a current keeper inside for the
> lighting.
> I last ran it a couple of weeks ago down in
> Greeley for George Voightmann's rememberance
> ceremony at the COlorado Model Railroad Museum. 



Date: 03/12/19 06:38
Re: Dedicated To A Friend Who's Father Passed - Funeral Train
Author: cornerfieldhobby

Thank You to everyone for replying. Sorry about the Funeral Baggage Car, one of the units either 6920 or 911 is a very slim tad quicker in speed running.



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