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ScotCP356 wrote:I like being right, the information about NS 1073 on Q091 is FALSE! Still Selkirk, people should be careful of what information they put down. 1073 is on K010-19 waiting to head to the Port of Albany. People these days.
ScotCP356 wrote:I believe I answer my own question about 1073. As of 22:00, she is still in the yard. Now will she be returning tomorrow or tomorrow evening? Most likely she will be the leader! Hope and pray that she comes in the late evening.I have been watching it on HU... no one update the sighting report since 5/20. I'm sure we have few in this forum who are from albany area and they could help us out...
ScotCP356 wrote:CSX always have a poor excuse to not put any heritage unit in the lead. Now is there any rail forums in the Albany area??
ScotCP356 wrote:09:40 am: K011 with BNSF 4128 as leader is pulling out of the yard. 1073 is not leading.Thanks Scot!
scottychaos wrote:i would say 4 -5 hours. not 3 hours.ScotCP356 wrote:09:40 am: K011 with BNSF 4128 as leader is pulling out of the yard. 1073 is not leading.Thanks Scot!
even though it isnt leading, I might go out and look for it this afternoon..since I have not yet
seen one single heritage unit in person! and its on "PC Rails"..which is cool..
anyone have any rough estimate of what time it might come through Rochester?
I know its impossible to know for sure, (unless we have more reports along the way today)
but if things ran normally, about 3 hours from Selkirk to Rochester probably?