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    @ daylightrain : speechless ....... respect for your creations ... thankz

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    Legacy of the Burlington Northern (amended)



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    Fellow Trainz Forge member Benjaminw's lovely CA&L P-50 Pacifics:






    "Up The Hill Slow, Down The Hill Fast. Freight Comes First, Safety Comes Last"

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    WOW! Those engines look spectacular! Send him my best regards.

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    PRR Fan I guess

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    They’re really not that great, but I appreciate the sentiment none the less.

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    Somewhere out in the swamps of the Missouri River a bystander was out hiking in the nearby woods and ran across something no one has ever seen. An old rusting Locomotive buried in the swampy mud. It seems to have been sitting there for over 100 years and no one ever came to pull it out.

    {Fictional History}This locomotive was NP 4-4-0 #649 built by the Schenectady Locomotive works in 1887. This was the only documented 4-4-0 the Northern Pacific acquired from the Schenectady shops in New York. #649 was used on passenger service from St. Paul to the expanding lines west. As locomotive technology advanced, trains got bigger and heavier. She'd be run for the last time in an unexpecting flood causing the swamp land to flood and bury the tracks. Both the engineer and fireman died in the flood trying to get out and return to the railyard. All that's left is the locomotive. The tender and five boxcars all have been swept away from the flood into the bottom of the Missouri River. The locomotive was so deep in the mud it wouldn't move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by logybear View Post
    Somewhere out in the swamps of the Missouri River a bystander was out hiking in the nearby woods and ran across something no one has ever seen. An old rusting Locomotive buried in the swampy mud. It seems to have been sitting there for over 100 years and no one ever came to pull it out.

    {Fictional History}This locomotive was NP 4-4-0 #649 built by the Schenectady Locomotive works in 1887. This was the only documented 4-4-0 the Northern Pacific acquired from the Schenectady shops in New York. #649 was used on passenger service from St. Paul to the expanding lines west. As locomotive technology advanced, trains got bigger and heavier. She'd be run for the last time in an unexpecting flood causing the swamp land to flood and bury the tracks. Both the engineer and fireman died in the flood trying to get out and return to the railyard. All that's left is the locomotive. The tender and five boxcars all have been swept away from the flood into the bottom of the Missouri River. The locomotive was so deep in the mud it wouldn't move.

    Wow! Did you mod the Jupiter engine?
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