So here it is, 0745 on 07-21-2011, and I'm patiently observing immobile NSs 9195, 8837, and 9426 at the westerly limits of CPF-345 on 2 with equally immobile racks and pigs disappearing around the curve. There's no pertinent chatter to or from D-3, and I'm pondering options when -- unannounced -- a blue-and-white GMTX 9061 and NSs 7630 and 9768 roll by on 1 with 24 racks, including an articulated, plus 82 fully-occupied table and wells, getting west of 345 at 0808.
A few minutes later, the MOAY trio gets noisy, with the trailer doing an impressive impression of an ALCO, either 4-stroke or steam, and 14 racks and 112 tables and wells are east of 345 at 0822.
Not exactly "Centuries Passing in the Night" it was, but an MOAY/AYMO meet in Gardner? Have operational patterns changed, or is this just random weirdness?
(edited 07-22-2011 to accurately show the ownership of GMTX 9061 per Chuck Heidorn's NERAIL posting of the 07-20-2011 MOAY)
Last edited by jaymac on Fri Jul 22, 2011 5:17 am, edited 2 times in total.
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