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Remarks: A well choreographed three-way meet takes place as darkness falls over West Goffs. A westbound stack train is in the siding and an eastbound Z is holding the south main as a hot westbound Z blasts through on the north main. Once it clears, the eastbound Z heads through the crossovers onto the westbound main to run around an eastbound drag freight stopped at East Goffs, and the stack train simultaneously heads west out of Goffs siding on an advanced approach behind the long departed westbound Z train. Another busy night on the transcon!
What a great video to capture three freight, you Americans certianly have some of the best places and horsepower to capture for that matter. Railroads in Australia are vast but not to the extent they are in the USA, maybe one day I will venture across for a railroading holiday but I think I would need to win the lottery.Thanks for shareing this video clip.
I cant get enough of the grunty locomotives running the rails.
Cheers from Australia
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