The South City Switcher rumbles across 3rd Street in San Francisco. Not only is it running down a street itself, it's also crossing a diamond on the street running stretch of MUNI's T-Third Street line.
The nose patch on UP 1386 has fallen off, and the paint on its flanks is faded - just like an SP should be! Without the yellow patches, this lashup would be more reminiscent of SP in the late 80's. Hard to believe it's 2009.
It's about 7:00 am and DRGW 340 is all steamed up and ready to go at Knott's Berry Farm's theme park. The early morning light and clouds of steam make the background convincing enough for one to believe this just might be somewhere on Colorado's narrow gauge system. DRGW 340 is an 1880's vintage...
Only If it where still true today .But its only a dream. This sign hangs above a door on the old Rio Grande Union station. In Grand Junction ,Co. Facing out toward the old RIO GRANDE yard.I sure miss the old days!
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