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    What did you climb on for the overhead shots?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TwinDad View Post
    What did you climb on for the overhead shots?
    There's an elevated platform at the top of the floodwall in New Albany. You may be able to see it from street view on the bridge, or bird's eye view on bing/google.

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    NS 229 (#7553) literally looks like it's rolling through stacked foam scenery.
    And the little scene with NS 197 (#8916) is awesome!

    Man, you get a lot of different trains rolling through your area.

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    CSX Q235-23, Brooks,KY 3/23/2014 by bluegrassrailfan, on Flickr

    CSX Q133-22, Brooks,KY 3/23/2014 by bluegrassrailfan, on Flickr

    CSX Q573-23, Munk,KY 3/23/2014 by bluegrassrailfan, on Flickr

    CSX Q226-23, Sparta,KY 3/23/2014 by bluegrassrailfan, on Flickr

    CSX Q573-23, Sanders,KY 3/23/2014 by bluegrassrailfan, on Flickr

    CSX Q133-23, Glencoe,KY 3/23/2014 by bluegrassrailfan, on Flickr

    CSX Q505-23, Sparta,KY 3/23/2014 by bluegrassrailfan, on Flickr

    Today marks the last day of me posting photos every day. As most might've guessed, I was on vacation and had plenty of free time! Made it worthwhile I think!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimRacin14 View Post
    I was on vacation and had plenty of free time! Made it worthwhile I think!
    I would agree - I really enjoy the rural scenes you've shot in the last week or so...

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    Great stuff as always, Sim. Hope you enjoyed the vacation time.

    Is that shot at Glencoe a daylighted tunnel?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TwinDad View Post
    Great stuff as always, Sim. Hope you enjoyed the vacation time.

    Is that shot at Glencoe a daylighted tunnel?
    Yes sir! It was known as the Eagle Tunnel. Collapsed January 2005 while a train was passing through. Had a friend show me a couple pics from that time. It's taken them this long to build that bridge over it, which still isn't open yet to automobile traffic.

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    Finally I can add to this for a change, Please excuse the quality, I was using the Ipod on the move.
    DSC02300.jpg DSC02301.jpg Quite an interesting piece, this next one I would love to model one day...
    DSC02306.jpg The "tilt train" is pretty nice, makes a trip bearable!

    And now the rest
    IMG_0636.jpg IMG_0639.jpg IMG_0630.jpg IMG_0634.jpg IMG_0646.jpg IMG_0641.jpg IMG_0628.jpg
    Great Scott!!
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