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    Apple Harvest Time

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    Very nice shot Jack ! Casey, I was not sure if it was a real photo or screenshot ! BTW, Eric and Ken, on the other thread you posted exceptional shot as always....I'm wondering if one day we will be able to simply click on a ''like'' button in this forum which would make it much more simple ?
    Regards!
    Pete
    Mine is set at St-Joseph-de-Beauce, Quebec in june 1957.
    tthis one is undated but might be in the 40's
    And this one is from 2012....today there are no more tracks as they have been removed to make a bike trail.
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  3. #4068

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    The boxes keep moving while autumn is coming on the Canadian Prairies.










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    re post #4067 Rail4Pete

    Good shot of your route Pierre, sad to see the Now shot, but that's life.
    Thanks for the compliment and a like button for your route would be handy.

    Cheers, Ken

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    Nice shot Casey. I picked my apples last week but left a few on the tree for the birds. And speaking of birds, I've been putting out peanuts in the shell for the blue jays. This morning I put some more out as the jays were in the tree and seemed to be waiting for me. I put more peanuts out and one of the jays grabbed one within seconds, flew into the garage through the small door and soon returned. When I looked in the garage I found a peanut hidden under one of my leather work gloves. Made me laugh!

    Pierre, your route is looking good! I like when you post pictures of the real thing with the same location as your screen shot.

    You are doing a great job with the prairies, Oknotsen! The fall colours are showing here now but the weather has felt a lot like fall for much of August. We had a few nights when we almost got frost overnight and set a couple of records. Mid to high 20s Celsius for the next couple of days though.

    Mile 80.27 here.
    Cheers, Jack

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rail4Pete View Post
    Very nice shot Jack ! Casey, I was not sure if it was a real photo or screenshot ! BTW, Eric and Ken, on the other thread you posted exceptional shot as always....I'm wondering if one day we will be able to simply click on a ''like'' button in this forum which would make it much more simple ?
    Regards!
    Pete
    Mine is set at St-Joseph-de-Beauce, Quebec in june 1957.
    tthis one is undated but might be in the 40's
    And this one is from 2012....today there are no more tracks as they have been removed to make a bike trail.
    I like looking at old pictures it is amazing to see what happens in a Century of time. Thank you for Sharing.

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    Waving the engineer ar Notre-Dame des Pins in Quebec

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    The Quebec Central looks very good, Pierre!

    East of Raymore, mile 80.27
    Cheers,
    Jack

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    Those big six axle looks really good Whitepass ! Jack, it is always good to see your great work on the middle / west Canada part. On shot #4073 are you running TANE or TS2019 ? I would guess TANE but....
    Regards,
    Rail4Pete
    Last edited by Rail4Pete; September 25th, 2019 at 06:28 AM.

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    TRS19, has PBR, ARN, class lights, and backup lights.

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    Pierre, that shot shot of mine is in TRS19. I think I am getting the lighting set close to what I am happy with.

    The MLW locomotives are real nice, Whitepass. I like the sound when they're pulling! Thanks very much!

    Cheers, Jack

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    Great Shots Everyone!

    It's busy in the shop. Never too early in Canada to prepare for snow.

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    Great screen shot, Casey. I don't know how many of that type of plow CN still has. I remember seeing them being cut up for scrap. And we had our first snow but it should melt away before winter really hits us.

    Back to Wilkie sub for this one.
    Cheers,
    Jack

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    Very nice shot Casey...many details and very realistic ! Nice shot too on the wilkie Jack ! One from me at Saint-Joseph Quebec




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