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    LOL! I bet the "chase" looked more like OJ Simpson than Gone in Sixty Seconds​...
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    Saw two trains today...

    A Norfolk Southern Roadrailer headed north...

    [YOUTUBE]_RnRqJqX4hI[/YOUTUBE]

    And an RJ Corman "milk run" (my term) headed in to Lexington from the CSX interchange at Winchester...

    [YOUTUBE]wWKtNpiXUi8[/YOUTUBE]
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    TD, I went on a roadrailer spree just before my hiatus and have been trying to catch a nice train. Great video! The funny thing about triple crown is the next time you are driving down the freeway see how many of their trailers you can spot. I rarely see their trailers on the road but for rail, between them, Swift and Schneider, they seem to have a lock on it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by REM37411 View Post
    TD, I went on a roadrailer spree just before my hiatus and have been trying to catch a nice train. Great video! The funny thing about triple crown is the next time you are driving down the freeway see how many of their trailers you can spot. I rarely see their trailers on the road but for rail, between them, Swift and Schneider, they seem to have a lock on it!
    You're welcome, Ron. Glad you liked it. Here's another one I got a while back... it's a repost...

    [YOUTUBE]X41_JXMplYk[/YOUTUBE]

    The Roadrailers run through here pretty regularly, safe to say probably at least daily.
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    I just found an interesting link about triple crown. I know this really isn't the place but hopefully I'll be granted latitude by the mods:


    http://www.triplecrownsvc.com/Bimodal.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwinDad View Post
    You're welcome, Ron. Glad you liked it. Here's another one I got a while back... it's a repost...

    [YOUTUBE]X41_JXMplYk[/YOUTUBE]

    The Roadrailers run through here pretty regularly, safe to say probably at least daily.

    NS 264(north) and 251(south) are the daily roadrailer trains on the CNO&TP.

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    I always look forward to your pictures Sim! Thanks for posting!

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    I found the first few of the pass really usefull to get me started on the module tracks , thanks fella!Mebbe you can see the influence ...lol

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    great pictures , capture details AND the broad picture really well , and very helpfull hope the truck gets better.

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    Default few shots from Marion, Ohio

    Heres a few shots from Marion, Sunday Sept 30, 2012

    Caught on Camera

    CSX: SD70Ac or SD70MAC with New How Tomorrow Moves/Boxcar Logo.
    AC60CW 5000 Diversity in Motion!
    MP15 Switcher in tow

    NS: SD70ACe leading a loaded Coal train northbound.
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    CSX Q574-03, Shepherdsville,KY 10/3/2012 by bluegrassrailfan, on Flickr

    CSX Q201-03, Booth,KY, 10/3/2012 by bluegrassrailfan, on Flickr

    Missed Q573 with a pair of BNSF units...ah well.

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    I think we are in the fourth quarter now!

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    Guess I'll start a new thread tomorrow!

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