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    Not quite the full consist of cars but I'm getting there. IC Executive Train.


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    Moo motels
    In 1906 the Federal Government introduced a law regulating the transportation of livestock on railroads.
    Known as the Twenty-Eight Hour Law, it is one of the nation's oldest animal protection laws and one of the few federal statutes that applies to farmed animals. The law provided that a carrier shall not keep livestock confined in cars for a period longer than twenty-eight consecutive hours without unloading for rest, water, and feeding, for a period of at least five hours. In addition, stock cars had to be placed directly behind the locomotive so that animals had the smoothest ride possible and that they could be tended to quickly.

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    G'day All,

    Some "pics" taken recently on the "current" 2019 version of Scratchy's wonderful Coal Country route.






    Cheers,
    Piere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piere View Post
    G'day All,

    Some "pics" taken recently on the "current" 2019 version of Scratchy's wonderful Coal Country route.

    Cheers,
    Piere.
    Very nice!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WCL View Post
    Very nice!!!!
    Thank you very much.

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    Piere.

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    Some oversize loads arrive at the Port of Albany...








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    - Walter

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    whamm0 that's some great work! I haul out of the port daily. Would have recognized that crossing/intersection without the caption lol.


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    Grain doors
    Before the introduction of covered hoppers, grain was loaded at elevators in forty-foot boxcars equipped with heavy wood panels, braced plywood, or pre-made wood grain doors fastened from the inside.

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    Nice shots everyone hope you all keep up the good work

    your truly Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by vtrail View Post
    whamm0 that's some great work! I haul out of the port daily. Would have recognized that crossing/intersection without the caption lol.
    Cool. I guess I did a good job mimicking it then (at least that intersection at least :-) ) Thanks!

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