Remarks: During the month of April, the Wilmington & Western uses the Doodlebug quite frequently, due to the lack-of-ridership in the off-season. The train will go to Mt. Cuba, and then to Hockessin and return. We'll be following the entire Hockessin trip, featuring many angles only possible with this little gem. So sit back, and enjoy this trackside journey through the Red Clay Valley. For more info on the W&W, visit thier website at www.wwrr.com
Adam, Absolutely one of the best videos I have seen! Thanks for sharing this experience with those of us who are not fortunate enough to have ridden or seen an actual "Doodlebug" in action. Keep up the great work. Thanks!
Posted by on April 14, 2008
I'm sure that horn on the back is one of the SW1's originals. The horn on the back changes "often." I have seen a 3 chime on there, a 5 chime and a 2 chime as well.
Posted by NCStL576 on July 18, 2008
I've just noticed. One of my YT friends was the conductor on that train. I met him last month.
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