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  1. 1940s MTC G12 Channel Buster Special

    1940s MTC G12 Channel Buster Special

    1940\'s Channel Buster Special Marin County MTC 12G Train Used at Playland at the Beach in San Francisco from 1949-1968 The old photo is from the 1950\'s of the train in use.
  2. 1940s MTC G12 Channel Buster Special

    1940s MTC G12 Channel Buster Special

    1940\'s Channel Buster Special Marin County MTC 12G Train Used at Playland at the Beach in San Francisco from 1949-1968 The old photo is from the 1950\'s of the train in use.
  3. 1940s MTC G12 Channel Buster Special

    1940s MTC G12 Channel Buster Special

    1940\'s Channel Buster Special Marin County MTC 12G Train Used at Playland at the Beach in San Francisco from 1949-1968 The old photo is from the 1950\'s of the train in use.
  4. 1940s MTC G12 Channel Buster Special

    1940s MTC G12 Channel Buster Special

    1940\'s Channel Buster Special Marin County MTC 12G Train Used at Playland at the Beach in San Francisco from 1949-1968 The old photo is from the 1950\'s of the train in use.
  5. 1940s MTC G12 Channel Buster Special

    1940s MTC G12 Channel Buster Special

    1940\'s Channel Buster Special Marin County MTC 12G Train Used at Playland at the Beach in San Francisco from 1949-1968 The old photo is from the 1950\'s of the train in use.
  6. UP 8121 SD90MAC

    UP 8121 SD90MAC

  7. Flag Day

    Flag Day

    Old Glory is flying high as Amtrak's Silver Star rolls into Raleigh, North Carolina on Flag Day 2009.
  8. KRL 340325

    KRL 340325

    In the world of heavy duty flatcars there's the domestic (CN), TTX (QTTX & XTTX) and then there's KRL. Since its big (12 axles!) and red in color, I call it Kirill, a Russian name. Its waiting for a transformer load, there was an equally heavy duty crane nearby to lift it.
  9. 12 axle monster

    12 axle monster

    This 12 axle platform is just short of a load. I had to zoom out to fit it in! It was coupled next to a string of ballast hoppers and other flats. Oddly the one time I did see a loaded one on a IMS, there were no ballast hopeprs next to it.
  10. A Surfliner and the Sunset At LAUS

    A Surfliner and the Sunset At LAUS

    On the Left is Amtrak's Sunset/Texas Eagle and on the Right is a Surfliner with Horizons Cars. This was before they had the Full Baggage and Amfleet Custom Class car and even the Full Dome was added to the set



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