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Date: 05/03/22 00:04
BNSF Ethanol run with a little neon green NS Heritage mixed in
Author: MrMRL

Ran a 47 car Ethanol train around the California Southern Model Railroad Club earlier on Monday, May 2nd. 45 HO scale tank cars, mainly Athearn RTR, plus a few Walthers 23K funnel-flows.








Date: 05/03/22 00:06
Re: BNSF Ethanol run with a little neon green NS Heritage mixed i
Author: MrMRL

Two buffer sand-hoppers up front, one Athearn, one Tangent. Power was all Athearn, a pair of ES44DCs (BNSF 7795, BNSF 7717), book-ending an Illinois Terminal Heritage SD70ACe (NS1072) and a BNSF SD75i (BNSF 290).








Date: 05/03/22 00:08
Re: BNSF Ethanol run with a little neon green NS Heritage mixed i
Author: MrMRL

Oh heck, one more roster of that lime green Ace... NS 1072.

Just under two weeks to go folks until the club's semi-annual Open House festivities in Norwalk, CA during the weekend of May 14, 15 and the following Tuesday evening the 17th!

~As usual, slightly larger pics posted here...
https://pbase.com/mrmrl/bnsf_stuff


~ Mr. MRL




Date: 05/03/22 07:10
Re: BNSF Ethanol run with a little neon green NS Heritage mixed i
Author: ChrisCampi

That IT unit paint really allows the detail on Athearns shell to pop. It looks fantastic. And so do your pic's!



Date: 05/03/22 08:24
Re: BNSF Ethanol run with a little neon green NS Heritage mixed i
Author: tgcostello

Nice work Robby.  I like your mods to the lead Gevo, one of the first delivered to BNSF in 2005, IIRC.
Tim



Date: 05/03/22 10:43
Re: BNSF Ethanol run with a little neon green NS Heritage mixed i
Author: Frisco1522

Excellent photos, layout and models!



Date: 05/03/22 12:09
Re: BNSF Ethanol run with a little neon green NS Heritage mixed i
Author: PasadenaSub

Sharp-looking group of photos and models.

Rich



Date: 05/05/22 05:37
Re: BNSF Ethanol run with a little neon green NS Heritage mixed i
Author: dmaffei

Great photography and modeling. Imagine 5 is my favorite.



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