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I like the old Family Lines GP16 with the Leslie S5TR horns. We used to have these locomotives running in Chipley, as I can remember them passing through town early in the morning and late at night on the locals.
Posted by FolkstonGuy on May 25, 2009
My only tip would be for you to not cut off some of the shots so early. Towards the middle/end where it was running with one empty, you would tend to cut off the scene before the locomotive even got near the camera. On short trains, I would generally show the whole thing, but on long trains, I would at least wait for the locomotives to pass. Other than that, you have a gem of a shortline up there! Keep those videos coming!
Posted by Ken on December 26, 2009
Great job Joey. Showing some real railroad work getting done instead of mindless runbys. Keep it coming.
Posted by Lynn on January 29, 2011
Great job, nice & clear, very interesting watching them work, good shots, keep up the good work
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