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Date: 11/06/19 17:29
Full mooned
Author: trackplanner

BN 4184 (RS11) has split the semaphores after exiting the east portal of Tunnel #4 and is crossing the Moxie River bridge at MP 1627 while a group of river revelers moon the crew of the passing Fruitvale Turn blowing for the Pinto Ridge Road unpaved crossing on Tim Dickinson's 1976 BN layout (Don DeLay photo).




Date: 11/06/19 17:50
Re: Full mooned
Author: 2-10-2

"Moon River"



Date: 11/06/19 20:06
Re: Full mooned
Author: ChrisCampi

There’s a wise crack in here somewhere.



Date: 11/07/19 04:38
Re: Full mooned
Author: SPDRGWfan

Looks like good use of BLMA's mooning figures.

I  was riding the Amtrak California Zephyr in western Colorado in 1990.  The tracks circled the edge of a river, probably an oxbow, and as the train rounded the long curve along the river bank, someone in a raft stood up and mooned the train for a good long time as it slowly rounded the curve.  



Date: 11/07/19 05:08
Re: Full mooned
Author: Arved

ChrisCampi Wrote:
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> There’s a wise crack in here somewhere.

Or a dumb ass.

Arved Grass
Fleming Island, FL
Arved Grass



Date: 11/07/19 07:13
Re: Full mooned
Author: SPDRGWfan

ChrisCampi Wrote:
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> There’s a wise crack in here somewhere.

Or just a crack!



Date: 11/09/19 18:24
Re: Full mooned
Author: sparky52t

How do you get the phone wires so uniform and straight? What do you use for wire?



Date: 11/09/19 22:45
Re: Full mooned
Author: PHall

Looks line EZ Line which is elastic and stretches.



Date: 11/12/19 18:23
Re: Full mooned
Author: ChrisCampi

This is a very well done scene.



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