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A railroaders wedding vows - By railfan1979 on 08/20/07 at 02:53:26 - 'railroadweddingvowssy3ph8_230x1418.jpg' 93 KB
I found this online and thought it was pretty funny

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Re: Favorite Railroad Movie - By hummel1237 on 11/29/04 at 00:19:51 - 'kraftpolarexpress3.jpg' 44 KB
Last one...
 
Jim...

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Re: Favorite Railroad Movie - By hummel1237 on 11/29/04 at 00:16:24 - 'kraftpolarexpress2.jpg' 66 KB
Close up...
 
Jim...

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Re: Favorite Railroad Movie - By hummel1237 on 11/29/04 at 00:14:44 - 'kraftpolarexpress.jpg' 84 KB
The Backside...
 
Jim...

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Re: Favorite Railroad Movie - By hummel1237 on 11/29/04 at 00:12:39 - 'kraftpolarexpress1.jpg' 82 KB
on Nov 28th, 2004, 11:38am, Charlie_O wrote:       (Click here for original message)

 
Probably Spanish Jim.  Tho the production cew and director were Italian, and the cast American, this "Spaghetti Western" was filmed in Spain to simulate the desert landscape of the American West.
 
Would hafta see the flick again...from a railfan perspective of course.
-Charlie

 
Thanks Charlie,
                               I read you saw Polar Express. Here's what Asa found at the store today...
 
Jim...  

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Re: bullet train show - By CHESSIEMIKE on 07/08/04 at 23:57:38 - '006_4.jpg' 479 KB
Did it cover these?  700 series Shinkansen at Kyoto station, April 16, 2004.
CHESSIEMIKE

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Re: What's Your Favorite Railroad Book? - By BnO_Hendo on 10/05/03 at 15:26:19 - 'bookic2.jpg' 17 KB
My favorite is Impossible Challenge II by Herb Harwood. It chronicles the B&O and the obstacles they had to overcome. I don't understand how our ancestors didn't look at all the logistical problems and go "forget it!".  The incredibly steep hills, the rugged terrain, the problems with motive power (horses all the way from Baltimore to Wheeling? I don't think so!).  Excellently researched, lots of fantastic photos, and a real insight into the building of America's first chartered railroad.

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Re: Favorite Railroad Movie - By BnO_Hendo on 06/11/03 at 21:04:33 - 'Postcard.jpg' 33 KB
Good guess! I was embarassed by the name when I was a wittle kiddie.  

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Re: Favorite Railroad Movie - By BnO_Hendo on 05/09/03 at 21:11:36 - 'stillmin10.jpg' 4 KB
I was re-watching the Marx Brothers Movie "Go West" today, and forgot about the train sequence in there. They have to outrace a bunch of bad guys in an 18 wheeler, er, buckboard.  Unfortunately they've run out of wood, so they start hacking apart the coaches to keep them going. Worst groaner- they throw in a crate of popcorn, and it starts bursting out the firebox. Groucho replies, "Pop goes the diesel!".  Too bad it was a 2-8-0...


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