Warwick Eastbound Thursday October 19, 2017

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David Hutchinson
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Warwick Eastbound Thursday October 19, 2017

Post by David Hutchinson » Thu Oct 19, 2017 10:16 am

I also posted this under SU99/100..... very loud eastbound coming out of Warwick this morning around 6 AM. I ran outside since it sounded like a very low flying helicopter.... had what sounded like a Nathan 3 chime horn.... maybe a detour?

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Re: Warwick Eastbound Thursday October 19, 2017

Post by Marty Feldner » Fri Oct 20, 2017 3:54 am

It was a very late SU-100; by me at 0550 hrs. Also, running one day later than normal; Sunday night/Monday morning SU-100 thrashed a traction motor west of Port Jervis that threw the schedule off by a day. (The info was on the NYS&W Facebook page, but buried in the usual juvenile blather there.)

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Re: Warwick Eastbound Thursday October 19, 2017

Post by Angus202 » Fri Oct 20, 2017 3:26 pm

Is there a better resource for NYS&W operations aside from FaceCook (which no matter the poster age, is all Juvenile blather)?

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Re: Warwick Eastbound Thursday October 19, 2017

Post by Marty Feldner » Sat Oct 21, 2017 3:47 am

Angus202 wrote:Is there a better resource for NYS&W operations aside from FaceCook (which no matter the poster age, is all Juvenile blather)?
Unfortunately, no- at least that I'm aware of. There are at least two mailing lists on Yahoo (one has its roots in Usenet from before the Web), but most of that traffic has gone to FB. Just have to wade through the sludge...

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