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Following Anniversary Engine #156

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Really nice job.

Just two question though:

Why are there three locomotives on the LSL?

When is #156 coming down to Austin (Texas Eagle)?

 

No telling when it will be anywhere. Just keep an eye on this thread.

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156 should be heading back to Albany on 48 tonight. My understanding is that it will be on 49(24). A little birdie told me it may be headed west after that. Subject to change, of course.

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156 should be heading back to Albany on 48 tonight. My understanding is that it will be on 49(24). A little birdie told me it may be headed west after that. Subject to change, of course.

#156 Was indeed on #48(22).

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Here's a real nice video from 156's run on the Adirondack on 3/19.

 

 

(I beat you, Craig! :))

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Here's a real nice video from 156's run on the Adirondack on 3/19.

 

 

(I beat you, Craig! :))

Guess I should not have pointed you to that mailing list. :lol:

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If I didn't mention it before, let me thank you now. Lots of good info there. :)

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Amtrak 40th Anniversary engine # 156, in Phase I paint, moves the PRS Diamond Jubilee Special train forward during a wye of the whole consist at Bakersfield before returning to Los Angeles on 4-3-11. Note crewman at left removing derail from track for backing portion of the turn.

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Amtrak 156 leads PRS excursion train at Bakersfield, 4-3-11. The train is pointed toward Los Angeles and the return run over the Tehachapis to get there. At left San Joaquin tran 713 awaits 10:05 a.m. departure to Oakland.

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1239668795_ckWLM-L.jpg

Amtrak 40th Anniversary engine # 156, in Phase I paint, moves the PRS Diamond Jubilee Special train forward during a wye of the whole consist at Bakersfield before returning to Los Angeles on 4-3-11. Note crewman at left removing derail from track for backing portion of the turn.

 

 

Very nice photos!

 

Snuffy

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:hi: Nice pic Patrick! :wub: And look at those Domes! :wub::wub::wub: Would make a great pic for Trains Magazine!! Edited by jimhudson

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