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Thread: Screenshot of The Week: February 21 to February 28 2019 (Special Cargo)

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    Default Screenshot of The Week: February 21 to February 28 2019 (Special Cargo)

    Greetings.

    This week's theme is Special Cargo. One screenshot allowed per entrant. Screenshots must adhere to the Trainz Forum Code of Conduct.

    Submissions close on February 28.

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    Hi !
    It's late on the Ligne 1 between Nancy and Paris, as a special train carrying the mythic Crampton pass by ; Crampton locs ran this line a long time ago, between 1846 and 1863.


    Jimmy

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    The directors at the Albany Port Authority came up with a new special cargo to help boost revenues in a big way.....potatoes.


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    Greetings

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    Having dropped off her extra water tender, No. 60 Jupiter advances toward the railhead early on the morning of 10 May, 1869, carrying a few very important people, two gold spikes, a silver spike, a blended iron-silver-gold spike, and a laurel railway tie. Even at a few mph, the wind roaring through the Promontory range whips her extra flags horizontally behind her. Within a mere twelve hours, all four spikes would be driven and pulled out, and the tie would be cut into thousands of souvenir clippings, until nothing was left. Cargoes this special - and this famous - don't stay in their place for long.
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    A century before whamm0's entry...



    Some things never change, potatoes being one of these things.
    Dear Kentucky,
    Thank you for sending us all your intelligent women.
    With Love,
    California.

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    Gives a whole new meaning to: "Loaded Baked Potato"

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascaderailroad View Post
    Gives a whole new meaning to: "Loaded Baked Potato"
    Lol. Norm and cascade that just made my day :-)

    - Walter

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    Same here. Before seeing the pics, my version of a loaded baked potato was chili, bacon bits, and maybe some bread to dip into the chili that was on the potato.

    Whamm0 and Norm, LOL you guys made my day

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    Default Big B's roll'n thru town . . .


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    Default Special Cargo

    Well, the Special Cargo has arrived at the yard, but the train is late.

    Last edited by euromodeller; February 27th, 2019 at 02:53 PM. Reason: speeling
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