• Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum Santa Trains

  • General discussion related to all railroad clubs, museums, tourist and scenic lines. Generally this covers museums with static displays, museums that operate excursions, scenic lines that have museums, and so on. Check out the Tourist Railway Association (TRAIN) for more information.
General discussion related to all railroad clubs, museums, tourist and scenic lines. Generally this covers museums with static displays, museums that operate excursions, scenic lines that have museums, and so on. Check out the Tourist Railway Association (TRAIN) for more information.

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  by Orgnoi1
 
One more weekend to go till the official end of running for the year... this past weekend I had the pleasure of shooting for two days of Santa Trains. If theres one thing that makes all the sweat, work, and grease worthwhile... its these two weekends...

For those that have kids and are in the area you should stop down this coming weekend and take the ride... the information can be found here:
http://www.berkshirescenicrailway.org/events.php

Here are the shots from December 1st and 2nd...

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The rest of the shots can be found here:
http://www.northeastfoto.com/forums/sho ... php?t=9819

  by Orgnoi1
 
No worries.. you arent being rude... the Alco S1 0954 hasnt been repainted in a while... its our backup loco and really only gets used during the holidays mostly. I believe its next on our list for painting... one of those things that theres ALWAYS things to do... and not enough bodies to fill the void of actually doing them.

The funny part of the flipping the bird is that our "other" santa is running in that Housy... so it was a playful gesture that no one but he, I, and the crew of the Housy could see... :-D

No worries... :wink: