ns heritage units: who has seen them and who hasn't

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SD80MAC wrote:I was like 4 when Jaurassic Park came out :lol:
I saw Jurassic Park in the theater in the fall of 1993, (and had to read the book for an Earth History class)..you would have just turned 3.
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Just saw the Reading unit in Rome, GA.
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Just saw the PC Heritage unit go through Deshler eastbound. :D
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Jochs wrote:Just saw the PC Heritage unit go through Deshler eastbound. :D
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Saw the NYC again today, this time in Seney, GA on a NS 67X.
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Just saw the Lackawana unit at Elkhart.....I've seen 3 now.
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up to 20 as of today, and counting - when are they coming out with more for me to catch?

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Up to 4 now, just saw the Interstate unit on 64R as a DPU unit 10 minutes ago. (NS 8105)
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13, I saw the Conrail on 231 in Austell, GA this morning.
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No. 1072 in Rochelle on Sunday: http://www.flickr.com/photos/railohio/8937865120
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railohio wrote:No. 1072 in Rochelle on Sunday: http://www.flickr.com/photos/railohio/8937865120
One for the foamers. Norfolk Southern's Illinois Terminal heritage unit, No. 1072, passes 9th Street in Rochelle, Ill., during Rochelle Railroad Days 2013.
I can only imagine the foamer meltdown. :lol:

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J T wrote: I can only imagine the foamer meltdown. :lol:
Cue "China Syndrome" :lol:
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A No.1 wrote:TWO in ONE Well, NS and AMTK.

http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.p ... 905&nseq=0
Nice. How'd you line both of those up in the perfect spot?
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MQT3001 wrote:
A No.1 wrote:TWO in ONE Well, NS and AMTK.

http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.p ... 905&nseq=0
Nice. How'd you line both of those up in the perfect spot?
I'm guessing the freight was stopped.

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J T wrote:
MQT3001 wrote:
A No.1 wrote:TWO in ONE Well, NS and AMTK.

http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.p ... 905&nseq=0
Nice. How'd you line both of those up in the perfect spot?
I'm guessing the freight was stopped.
Yep, 65R was blocked and I didnt even know that the Amtk heritage unit was in the shot till I looked at the Camera about an hour later, LoL.
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I saw a NS heritage unit Switcher Engine going through Durand on the HESR.

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In fact I saw a NS heritage unit as a pulling engine on the CSX Saginaw sub.

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