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Remarks: Saturday morning in Lewistown finds an outlawed 19G on the siding with some snow setting in. I got four trains in Lewistown, then relocated for Amtrak at the Granville crossing at MP 169, relocated for C42 to the crossing at MP 170, then went back for the rest of the time at the Granville crossing. Trains appear in the video in the following order (not counting 19G until it’s on the move with a fresh crew); 20W, 12G, 18N, 591, 04T, C42, 13G, 20T, 17G, 26T, 21E, 21J, 23W, 22W, 19G, 21M, 14G, 21G, 07T, and 65J. Video information reflects the thumbnail, as for all my posts. Enjoy.
Great action. Has certainly brightened up my otherwise dull Monday evening, thanks.
Gota love the dodgy horn on the trash train come the end too!
Posted by Tom Nicolosi on December 14, 2009
Fantastic Jeff! The BEST video I've ever seen on here. Thanks, Tom.
Posted by Corey T. Kesler on December 15, 2009
That video footage was OUTSTANDING! There were three things that really caught my attention. First is obviously the trains themselves not only because of the number of them but also the immense speed and power! The boys at the throttle of those trains cutting through were not "horsing" around. Second thing was the sound of some of the horns on some of the locos. Sounds like that would draw my attention to the tracks in a hurry! And the third is the very last train with the pair of SD45-2s. I thought they were all gone! A VERY nice catch and touch to complete what is the best NS footage I've seen hands down.