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Thread: PRR Screenshots

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    Question Hack or Crummy?

    Isn't that an NE-5 caboose?

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    I couldn't be completely sure , I believe it's a N5f . But the cupola doesn't look correct in my mind . The N5 sires had a lot of varying stiles .


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    This is way overdue , But a Big thank you to Bendorsey for making this .



    Knowing how busy he is with all his bridges .

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    Well after a long vacation to the Poconos and Virginia, it was nice to get back home and take a trip down the Wildwood Branch. Great shots everyone, keep it up!

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    Might not look like allot ... but it is all curved turnouts

    Cresson lower yard







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    WOW ..... Liking your track work . That yard isn't a easy one to do .

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    Seeing some nice shots here...

    Really need to run more PRR trains on my route!
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    This Cresson Lower Yard has been the most difficult so far

    As this was a coal branchline storage yard, I would presume that no kersosene lantern switchstands were used, and that metal yard target switchstands were used here. Kerosene lantern switchstands must have cost allot for fuel, and would have required allot of switchman hours to replace wicks, trim wicks, and fill with kerosene, so branchline use would have been un-needed, as there was not allot of freight traffic daily.

    South Fork Yard and Cresson Upper & Lower Yard(s) still need switchstands to be applied









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    You are killing me here

    Again trackwork , fantastic .

    On the lanterns ? I had thought Pennsey's thinking was for around the clock running . And Altoona was one of the busiest yards ?




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