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Thread: The Present Day Keddie Wye ?.

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    Default The Present Day Keddie Wye ?.

    Hello,


    For anyone with current knowledge of operations over the Keddie Wye, I have a couple of questions:

    1. The wye was built with three legs, two of which are over the trestles and the 3d was through a tunnel connecting the Reno (EB) leg to the Biebler/Klamath Falls (NB) leg. Is his 3d leg still in service? I've never seen any discussion or photos of trains operating over this leg.

    2. I know this Feather River Route's train density has declined with the UP double stacks now traveling the Donner Pass route. Does anyone have any recent info of the number and types of trains operating daily between Reno-Klamath Falls, https://krogerfeedback.nl https://talktosonic.onl https://talktowendys.vip https://whataburgersurvey.onl Sacramento-Reno, and/or Klamath Falls-Sacramento? Does the BNSF still routinely use this route for through traffic?


    thanks
    jakcyjoy
    Last edited by jackyjoy123; April 6th, 2021 at 04:50 AM.

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    Hello Jack, please register your trainz version with your account
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    Quote Originally Posted by kcwright_rm View Post
    Hello Jack, please register your trainz version with your account
    This particular question has nothing to do with "TRAINZ" ..

    It is a queston about REAL trains, in a section labeled PROTOTYPE ... It matters NOT one bit which version of Trainz he has, or if he has Trainz at all ... please, Stop acting like the Forum Police.
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    I don't know anything about current operations in that area, but looking it over with Google Maps in satellite view shows existing tracks on each leg of the wye.
    Dave

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    Pretty sure they still use it to head north from the wye, and I would think East-West would also be in use, but can't actually confirm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KingConrail76 View Post
    This particular question has nothing to do with "TRAINZ" ..

    It is a queston about REAL trains, in a section labeled PROTOTYPE ... It matters NOT one bit which version of Trainz he has, or if he has Trainz at all ... please, Stop acting like the Forum Police.
    Please dont be rude, there is a reason people are asked to register even if they arent bots.

    Also to answer, all lines are still used, the line running from Orrville to Portola is the most used iirc
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