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  1. HBRY 2509 GP7

    HBRY 2509 GP7

    Note the evolution of the HBR paintsheme over the last decade. The frame stripes are now thicker, as well nose stripes are now white vs. lime on older units. CN & Omnitrax corporate paints present as well naturally.
  2. HBRY 4200 GP40-2LW

    HBRY 4200 GP40-2LW

    Five Geeps rest at the fuel stand after returning from Flin Flon. The former MP, CNW & CR SD50s are too heavy to use on the branchline! HBRY 4200-2509-2506-4201-300? GP40-2LW/GP7/GP20/GP40-2W x 2 Lots of novelties in this lash-up: The Frisco GP7 was recently returned from the deadline...
  3. Providence and Worcester Caboose 5001

    Providence and Worcester Caboose 5001

    Class N7-E built in 1969 for the Erie Lackawanna Railroad as their C-369 During Conrail, the caboose was assigned number 21169 When acquired by the Providence and Worcester, renumbered as their 2116 by dropping the 9 -- today it carries number 5001 The caboose features a strobe warning...
  4. I missed the turkey crossing sign..

    I missed the turkey crossing sign..

    Ten wild turkeys decide to cross the tracks. This one is a little slow.


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