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Date: 01/30/23 06:56
70s era meet at Bealville
Author: dmaffei

SP 8837 meets Santa Fe 3309 at Bealville yesterday on the La Mesa club layout. Wanted to thank Dave and Tim for inviting a few of us Nor Cal modelers down to run with the club. Now you know what we were testing for at Crockett last weekend. It was fun recreating the trains of our youth.
Dave



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/30/23 07:10 by dmaffei.

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Date: 01/30/23 07:51
Re: 70s era meet at Bealville
Author: photobob

Dave that new drone is working out real good for you. 

Robert Morris
Dunsmuir, CA
Robert Morris Photography



Date: 01/30/23 08:01
Re: 70s era meet at Bealville
Author: engineerinvirginia

When you meet a standing train you should dim your headlight past the head end and ring the bell until past the entire train....3 days overhead assessed for the infraction. 



Date: 01/30/23 11:08
Re: 70s era meet at Bealville
Author: tracktime

Beautiful!



Date: 01/30/23 11:39
Re: 70s era meet at Bealville
Author: SPDRGWfan

Doesn't get much better than that!



Date: 01/30/23 20:26
Re: 70s era meet at Bealville
Author: chakk

Looks like the conductor on the westbound ESPEE manifest dumped the air when his crummy was near the Bealville crossing.   Maybe he went to beans while waiting on the BealvilleAllard siding for the ATSF freight?

Hakk



Date: 01/30/23 21:25
Re: 70s era meet at Bealville
Author: atsf121

Wow!



Date: 01/31/23 00:34
Re: 70s era meet at Bealville
Author: funnelfan

Those were some fantastic looking trains!

Ted Curphey
Cheney, WA



Date: 01/31/23 12:11
Re: 70s era meet at Bealville
Author: johnsweetser

chakk Wrote:

> Looks like the conductor on the westbound ESPEE manifest dumped the air when his crummy was near the Bealville crossing.   Maybe he went to beans while waiting on the BealvilleAllard siding for the ATSF freight?

No place for a conductor to go to beans near the Bealville road crossing.

 



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