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    A few from today... backlit AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!
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    But... what if I don't WANT to weather it? Hmmmmmm??

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    Quote Originally Posted by NellsChoo View Post
    A few from today... backlit AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!
    Thanks Nells. I was curious to see what the 3rd pic load was so edited it a bit for clarity... Hope you don't mind...

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    Railroad ties? Or landscaping timbers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TwinDad View Post
    Railroad ties? Or landscaping timbers?
    Railroad ties.
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    You may need to calibrate your monitor Jug! That website does for some reason display photos a tad dark, but not so dark you can't see what the load is!

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    The tie cars were of interest, as I have never seen them on Pan Am before, which makes me wonder if the ties are destined for either a different road, or were simply interchanged from a far-away line.
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    New tie load... note at least 3 different "strings" needed for a model to be correct!
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    Freight car on a flat car... UP's Chester Subdivision, Gorham,IL, 9/14/2018

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