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07-03-2014 - 18:19
Brian Westgate
Sounds like it might be a locomotive painted for Appalachian & Ohio, which runs former B&O trackage in central West Virginia. It's affiliated with Paducah & Louisville.
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05-26-2014 - 09:50
Bill Root
The "new" Las Vegas station, one of my favorites and one of only three in North America that I have personally observed built in the "Streamlined Moderne" style of architecture. The other two, Salida,
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05-13-2014 - 08:44
Bill Root
Its amazing they were still building these locos circa 1950. They were indeed a 30 plus year old design, but great as mine shifters on the many steep coal mine spurs of West Virginia. There is another
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02-24-2014 - 19:04
OldPoleBurner
Article 4: Section 3. of The United States Constitution states; "New States may be admitted by the Congress into this Union; but no new State shall be formed or erected within the Jurisdiction
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10-11-2013 - 15:35
OPRRMS
A Durbin & Greenbrier RR excursion train was T-boned by a log truck at a grade crossing in West Virginia this afternoon, derailing and turning over two of the passenger cars. News report and photos
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10-03-2012 - 18:29
Tom Moungovan
Both photos were taken in Oregon, the first shows former West Side Lbr. Shay 8. She spent some time stored at Banks on the property of the Vernonia, South Park and Sunset Steam Railroad but never ope
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07-30-2012 - 06:10
short line guy
I don't know about California, but in some states there are special sections of the criminal code relating to railroad trespass. I am aware of the fact that penalties for railroad trespass were rece
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06-10-2012 - 20:51
Disco Dave
Norfolk Southern's Heritage Program involves railroads which eventually became part of today's NS system. Pittsburgh & Lake Erie merged into CSX 20 years ago. While the Pittsburgh & West Virginia wa
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03-15-2012 - 20:03
SP Cascade
The Potomac Eagle excursion train has one of its endpoints in Romney, West Virginia
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08-28-2011 - 13:17
Yinzer Foamer
Nice photo. While both Scranton and West Virginia are in the East, I don't think of either of them as being on any "coast," The Essex Steam train is the one steam operation I consider being on the
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07-26-2011 - 19:11
Coal Slaw
Pdxrailtransit Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > http://tribune-democrat.com/editorials/x967741669/ > Bloomberg-gift-fuels-anti-coal-agenda > > And the guy is a Re
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04-11-2011 - 00:24
Holly Gibson
Carol L. Voss Wrote: > Not sure where you are going with this "D' but it > is no secret that underneath this luxurious > Dorothy Draper decorated palace is a bunker built > during WWII to house a
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04-10-2011 - 21:39
Graham Buxton
Carol L. Voss Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I understand that > CSX (who originally owned it) finally unloaded > this wonderful resort dinosaur on Marriott with
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04-10-2011 - 20:42
Carol L. Voss
D Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Current general (non-railroad) news item about the > Chesapeake & Ohio's Greenbrier Resort. > May be found on the West Virginia m
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04-10-2011 - 16:02
D
Current general (non-railroad) news item about the Chesapeake & Ohio's Greenbrier Resort. May be found on the West Virginia map in the Rand McNally Road Atlas. Note the use of green ink for the commu
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02-05-2011 - 18:12
Z-Train
1. Excursion through the Feather River Canyon and/or Northern CA Explorer train 2. Main Line excursions with SP 4449 and/or SP & S 700 3. Cheat Mountain Salamander in West Virginia 4. Adirondack Sc
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12-22-2010 - 10:46
Holly Gibson
Joel M Wrote: ----------------------- > Does anyone with any sense still that that trains will ever run on the northern stretch again? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Well, if it ever happens, it wi
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10-12-2010 - 18:10
Graham Buxton
Brian Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Washington State must lead the country with fatal > railway accidents. Barely a week goes by without > a tragedy that could
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07-13-2010 - 21:34
Espee99
Trainnews - volume 3 - issue 153 - 07/13/10 Editors note - Please rest assured that if or when Altamont Press closes, Trainnews will continue at trainnews.org, a RR discussion board with a format s
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06-24-2010 - 19:54
Espee99
Trainnews - volume 3 - issue 139 - 06/24/10 Notice - Trainnews is posted at both trainnews.org and altamontpress.com. Checkout Trainnews.org a RR board dedicated to train and railroad news and disc
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06-23-2010 - 19:55
Espee99
Trainnews - volume 3 - issue 138 - 06/23/10 Notice - Trainnews is posted at both trainnews.org and altamontpress.com. Checkout Trainnews.org a RR board dedicated to train and railroad news and disc
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06-18-2010 - 19:00
Espee99
Trainnews - volume 3 - issue 135 - 06/18/10 Notice - Trainnews is posted at both trainnews.org and altamontpress.com. Checkout Trainnews.org a RR board dedicated to train and railroad news and disc
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06-14-2010 - 20:44
Espee99
Trainnews - volume 3 - issue 131 - 06/14/10 Notice - Trainnews is posted at both trainnews.org and altamontpress.com. Checkout Trainnews.org a RR board dedicated to train and railroad news and disc
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06-09-2010 - 20:38
Espee99
Trainnews - volume 3 - issue 127 - 06/09/10 Notice - Trainnews is posted at both trainnews.org and altamontpress.com. Checkout Trainnews.org a RR board dedicated to train and railroad news and disc
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05-01-2010 - 18:02
Alex Mayes
No, you were in Maryland. The other side of the Potomac is West Virginia.
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04-01-2010 - 19:56
Espee99
Trainnews - volume 3 - issue 70 - 04/01/10 Service Notice - Due to maintenance this weekend the photos may load slower as they have been moved to a backup machine. I expect to have the regular ser
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03-20-2010 - 17:24
Espee99
Trainnews - volume 3 - issue 60 - 03/20/10 Notice - Trainnews will publish at odd times next week due to business travel. This day in Railroad History March 20, 1927 The first coded cab signal/t
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03-03-2010 - 20:19
Espee99

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03-02-2010 - 20:24
Espee99
Trainnews - volume 3 - issue 46 - 03/01/10 This day in Railroad History March 2, 1970 Burlington Northern Railroad (BN) was created by the merger of four primary railroads: Chicago, Burlington &
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02-27-2010 - 17:55
Espee99
Trainnews - volume 3 - issue 44 - 02/27/10 This day in Railroad History February 27, 1965 Today is the last day of operations for the steam powered Buffalo Creek and Gauley RR, owned by the Elk
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