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Remarks: I took a Saturday morning and just chilled at Plummer's coming up with 23 trains. In order of appearance they are as follows; NS 955, NS C42, NS 623, NS 18N, NS 10G, NS 04T, NS 26T, NS 69Q, NS 11K, NS 20R, NS 11G, NS 21G, NS 924, NS C41, NS 21E, NS 13G, NS 20T, NS 10N, NS 23W, NS 21M, NS 20Q, NS 10N and NS I3N. I was a moron and on the wrong side of the tracks for 04T, so look quick between the cars of NS 10G. Don't be surprised if you feel a little tired of trains after this video. Enjoy!
Posted by Good days entertainment on March 27, 2009
What a day that would have been ,I could only wish the lines close to me were that busy and what a mixture of consists at that. I have my favourites here in Australia though you Americans can certainly build them. The closest I will ever get to the AC6000`and the SD40-2 3085`s is the mines here in Australia.
Thanks for the video it was a pleasure to watch.
Australian Rail Horsepower
You saw more trains in a morning than I see in a month! Very well done.
Posted by Keith on March 28, 2009
Tired of trains? Are there really people like that? Great video and AUDIO. You can crank that one way up. Come on down to to Ashland Virginia where the tracks run down the center of the main street. As many as 50 trains a day headed north and south. Sorry for the all caps on "audio" but seriously, that was some good footage. What would it take for us rail fans to get N&W or NS to break out the steam one more time? I'm 3/4 of mile from the old Richmond - York River Railroad grade. Traffic has picked up recently with as many as six trains a day. I love it. Makes my Norfolk Southern stock go up. hehe.
Posted by Fred M Pohl on April 1, 2009
I really enjoyed this video to the fullest. The sound of the airhons echoing around the hilly areas added some real lusture to al the trains highballing through there makes me want to go there and do that
Posted by on April 1, 2009
The echo in that valley sure makes those horns sound large!
Posted by Milepost156.1 on April 2, 2009
Very nice collection of video's Jeff....great shots.....must be a bit of a grade there. I'm from Wisconsin and will add this site to my "must stop" in my travels!