The devilish filter strikes again
Author: WebDigger
Date: 10-18-2020 - 09:19

On 10-18-2020 - 05:02, Nipsey Wrote: [www.altamontpress.com]

Re: PRR T1 - Why recreate a failed design?
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> I'd like to see one of the highly successful "Challenger" types made by Alco. With it's 4-6-6-4 wheel arrangement it was a real speed @#$%&. The mighty UP pulled all the name passenger trains with the type.



Well, thanks to Nipsey, we now know one more word that that devilish word filter doesn't want us to see.

I wonder how it feels about demonizing demonetization demonstrations.

Hmmm. It @#$%&'d every one of those @#$%&s. 😉



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  PRR T-1 Trust... how about a GG1 too? IDEA MAN 10-16-2020 - 14:55
  Re: PRR T-1 Trust... how about a GG1 too? G's Rule! 10-16-2020 - 17:08
  Re: PRR T-1 Trust... how about a GG1 too? Dr Zarkoff 10-16-2020 - 18:24
  Re: ... how about a GG1 too? WebDigger 10-17-2020 - 00:53
  Re: ... how about a GG1 too? Why not? 10-17-2020 - 09:33
  Re: ... how about a GG1 too? Dr Zarkoff 10-17-2020 - 10:20
  PRR T1 - Why recreate a failed design? Pdxrailtransit 10-17-2020 - 11:19
  Re: PRR T1 - Why recreate a failed design? Nipsey 10-18-2020 - 05:02
  The devilish filter strikes again WebDigger 10-18-2020 - 09:19
  Re: The devilish filter strikes again Nipsey 10-18-2020 - 15:57


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