Re: How to display a steam loco
Author: JMann
Date: 07-15-2021 - 08:26

RFJ refugee - I think I know the loco. The Visalia Electric 44 tonner? It's not kept in one of the car barns? A little over 30 years ago my wife and I rented a caboose on the Spring wildflower train pulled by the VE 502 that went north from RVJ. It was a nice ride. Our group had a lot of fun.

One of the things I forgot to point out on the IRM equipment barns is that they are laid out so that you can view at least one side of them. It's a track next to the wall, a wide walkway, two tracks next to each other, another wide walkway, then a track next to the other wall. It looks like X__XX__X. When I was there I think they had 7 buildings and only the restoration building was inaccessible. All of the other ones were open so that you could see the equipment.



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  How to display a steam loco News from Chattanooga 07-13-2021 - 12:13
  Re: How to display a steam loco Hot Water 07-13-2021 - 12:39
  Re: How to display a steam loco duh 07-13-2021 - 13:04
  Re: How to display a steam loco An Observer 07-13-2021 - 13:34
  Re: How to display a steam loco RVJ refugee 07-13-2021 - 15:46
  Re: How to display a steam loco JMann 07-14-2021 - 08:38
  Re: How to display a steam loco RVJ refugee 07-14-2021 - 23:24
  Re: How to display a steam loco JMann 07-15-2021 - 08:26
  Re: How to display a steam loco RVJ refugee 07-15-2021 - 15:24
  Re: How to display a steam loco OP 07-13-2021 - 13:35
  Re: How to display a steam loco Rod Roddy 07-13-2021 - 20:55


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