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 No.3901[Reply]

What are we doing with our lives.
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 No.3910

>>3904

Why is that car lettered for Northern Pacific but also sublettered for CB&Q?

 No.3911

>>3910

"Built as dome-coach #558 by the Budd Company in 1954 for the Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy for service on the Northern Pacific’s premier train, the Chicago-to-Seattle North Coast Limited, which the Northern Pacific operated in partnership with the CB&Q."

 No.3917

File: 1495930581365.jpg (91.07 KB, 850x850, download.jpg)

ditched my ambition…much more relaxed, but i'm old and that's okay

 No.3945

>>3901
Making the most of it.

>>3902
Re: pic→ High above Christina Lake amirite?

 No.3959

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>>3945
Just west of Shields on the Lower Arrow Lake, so not far away. Tough to see for the trees, which are the next thing that needs to be in that scene!



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 No.3898[Reply]

In Rockford, Illinois.

 No.3900


nice find

 No.3906

File: 1495682567212.jpg (466.48 KB, 1024x632, milw.jpg)

Definitely a former Milwaukee Road caboose. Color and Style match up perfectly. As for the number, your guess is as good as mine. Most likely would have been painted above the bay window. Maybe if you can get closer, you could see it?



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 No.3720[Reply]

"Olympia, WA: Train Tracks Sabotaged To Stop Fracking Equipment"

Ah, hippies. Never change.
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 No.3777

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>>3739
First, it were not firearms but pneumatic guns, second, this is actually illegal, at the very least to point or shoot at people who don't pose an imminent threat to you personally, if not (this is almost surely actually) to have a gun on a railway at all, because shooting here can lead to a technogenic disaster, and third, these idiots only are known for using (or threatening with) their guns against harmless foamers, such people are usually cowards, they won't harm anyone who can pose a real threat.

 No.3778

>>3777
> such people are usually cowards
I'm speaking of "these idiots" and not foamers of course.

 No.3779

>>3778
Not that anyone would object to shooting certain foamers.

 No.3866

>>3761
Do you want a Darwin award? Because that's how you get a Darwin award.

 No.3899

>>3739
Doesn't help I have dreadlocks. The saboteur term is monkeywrencher btw. I've read a few books on monkey wrenching, mostly just because the mechanics of heavy machinery are broken down in them. Olympia has plenty of more important things to focus on than trains right now so you're all in luck. They have student protests at Evergreen, the May Day riots drama, some alt right rally. I have lots of friends who live there and so am certain these are just liberal college kids who will move on to something else. Who you really gotta watch out for is CFD. The pnw is their home base, Cascadia Forest Defense, they actually do lots of direct action things like tree sits, sabotage, vandalism, ect.



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 No.3886[Reply]

A little bit of an oopsie. JR East track inspection train derails

 No.3887

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7SA6iK-fgiM

Bonus points: it was caught on video.

 No.3893

Looks like only one truck was derailed. A failure of some sort or was there a pre-existing condition on the track?

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 No.3896

>>3887
How ironic…



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 No.3830[Reply]

>2017 Still not having image expansion.

Never mind. Post your model projects. Working on my first scratch build.

Loosely making a model based on a Fireless Barclay.
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 No.3879

File: 1495285975770.jpeg (253.31 KB, 1280x854, datass.jpeg)

>>3876

>[current year] thankewBoston

 No.3880

File: 1495286714859.jpeg (254.15 KB, 1280x720, foundgrill.jpeg)

>>3865

>[current year] shoop'dawoop

 No.3881

>>3876
>>3877
>>3879
I hate these things so much.

 No.3884

Only knock off F40PH running now on the MBTA the true ones are in storage.

 No.3892

File: 1495485322038.jpg (1.23 MB, 2656x750, CPR.Train#67_#68.jpg)

>urge to build layout intensifies<



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 No.3835[Reply]

German long distance passenger train operator Locomore filed for bankruptcy today, after an investor withdrew.

Since December 2016, it operated one daily train between Stuttgart and Berlin.

Aside from normal investors, they also made the news by collecting 600k startup capital through crowdfunding.

They said to require around 1000 daily passengers in order to be profitable. On weekends and around holidays, this was reached easily.
During the week this proved to be more difficult, especially the commuter traffic to Frankfurt (to which the daily train fit pretty well) was weaker than expected.

Problems were also caused by the rolling stock. During the first weeks (including the christmas peak), only four cars were available, which heavily reduced profits.
Recently, the service was reduced to 4, later 5 days per week to allow better maintainance and to have the full train available for weekends.

The last train will run from Stuttgart to Berlin tomorrow morning.

 No.3836

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 No.3837

File: 1494539770603-0.jpg (249.06 KB, 1280x835, ES64_U2-036_(Flickr_240684….jpg)

Meanwhile, the similar project HKX, which is running trains between Hamburg and Cologne since 2012, is still in operation. Though they had to cancel their expansion to Frankfurt and cutting weekday service as well.

 No.3874

good night sweet prince



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 No.3846[Reply]

Can anyone ID this station for me?

 No.3847

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>>3846
Novosibirsk-Glavniy, unified network marking 850609 (if you meant this ID)… actually you could easily google it by the name on the terminal.

 No.3853

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>>3847
easy if you can type in acrylic letters tbh

even hunting for them on an on-screen keyboard is a struggle.

 No.3854

File: 1494726347920.jpg (345.93 KB, 1024x678, image.jpg)

>>3853

In all seriousness the Cyrillic alphabet is really not that difficult to learn



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 No.3839[Reply]

Just wanted to say that the banner images on the top of the page are not centered, i think it's because of the theme settings.

 No.3842

Plus one.

 No.3843

Plus two.

 No.3845

>>3839
You are correct. I honestly haven't had time to fix it, but it's due to the style selectors. If anyone knows how to solve it, let me know and I'll implement it. Outside of that I'll try to troubleshoot it sooner rather than later.



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 No.3833[Reply]

Trains, rails and travel: Europe Endless…

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 No.3793[Reply]

Does anyone have that one picture of a Japanese train with an advertising wrap for an anime that was awkwardly placed near the gas cap of the train?

>pic unrelated
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 No.3821

>>3813
It's a thumbnail. There's barely enough pixels for the vehicle number.

 No.3822

File: 1494273502597.jpg (221.69 KB, 1024x658, 13975890586_c0f679dea4_b.jpg)

Here we go

 No.3823

>>3822
That's pedantry to a whole new level. It's the same character, on the same carriage, at what looks like the same station! What's the difference?

 No.3824

>>3823
Look closer.

 No.3825

>>3824
*sees emergency door release handle*

oops



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