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    Hi everyone. New layout(hand laid track)in the works. Railroadman.wordpress.com

    well after tearing down my layout and unfortunately my grandfathers layout too, moving and getting the new house jobs done including finishing the previously unfinished basement I have now after one year in my new house started the layout. Old layout was 11x11 aprox and the new space is...
  2. CN 313 Special

    CN 313 Special

  3. SD9060 under construction at GM-EMD

    SD9060 under construction at GM-EMD

    SD9060 No. UP8512 is seen under construction at the GM-EMD plant in London, Ontario, Canada on 2 December 1998.
  4. Class 66 assembly at GM-EMD

    Class 66 assembly at GM-EMD

    Looking down from the roof od te GM-EMD plant in london, Ontario, Canada, a line of Class 66s are seen under assembly. From near to far we see Nos. 66068, 66067 and 66066. 1 December, 1998.
  5. Class 66 production at GM-EMD

    Class 66 production at GM-EMD

    Looking down onto the erecting shop from the crane, a row of Class 66s and one SD9060 are seen under construction on 1 December 1998. The three UK Class 66s from left to right are Nos. 66068, 66070 and 66066.
  6. GM-EMD canada 66064 under construction

    GM-EMD canada 66064 under construction

    Fitted with a North America coupling for movement around the GM Plant, UK Class 66 No. 66064 nears completion in the main erecting shop on 1 December 1998.
  7. 66063 under construction at GM-EMD Canada

    66063 under construction at GM-EMD Canada

    Thought these few might be of a little interest, showing locos for the UK under construction in the General Motors plant in London, Ontario, Canada. This view shows EWS No. 66063 nearing completion in the main erecting shop, on 1 December 1998.
  8. A new Thruway Bus?

    A new Thruway Bus?

    On July 5, 1998, a truck carrying a Talgo car body shell is parked next to Union Pacific's main line at Worden, Oregon, about fifteen miles south of Klamath Falls. - gb -



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