JOCHS N FOLKS SIGHTING

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I drove up to Riley's Railhouse tonight in Chesterton Indiana at about 8:00pm. As I entered the parking lot I randomly encountered Jochs. I am posting my encounter here per the OP's instructions and the instructions given in the chat room. :mrgreen:
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I watched the Chesterton Railcam all evening last night. Saw several "foamers" standing around in the camera range. Perhaps it was you or Jochs. :lol:

So....how was Chesterton? Was it worth the drive?
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hoborich wrote:I watched the Chesterton Railcam all evening last night. Saw several "foamers" standing around in the camera range. Perhaps it was you or Jochs. :lol:

So....how was Chesterton? Was it worth the drive?
Chesterton does not disappoint. I've been there several time this month. Almost getting tired of it. Trains, Trains, and more Trains. Saw my first SD60 cyclops and finally saw an elusive SD80MAC. Caught a unit coil steel train too uncovered. Also new to me. Met quite a few folks just standing around the parking lot too.
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Caught Jeff on the Deshler cam this afternoon

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Jochs sighting tonight at Smilax Rd east of New Carlise IN.Image
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You guys are slipping. :lol: I waved at the camera as I drove through Bangor this afternoon.
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