Favorite Railroads & Locomotives

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Post by hioo1 »

Railroad: Pennsy, the Reading and NJC

Locomotives: 4-4-0 Americans, Camelbacks, and K-4 Pacifics.


Post by CoastStarlight99 »

Favorite Railroad: Amtrak-Natioal Railroad Passenger Corp.

Favorite Locomotives: F40, and P42.

Fla East Coast Chris
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Post by Fla East Coast Chris »

Florida East Coast Railway!!! A survivor in the sun!!!
Rock trains rolling north from MIami to bBowden yard and Cocoa
Intermodal trains rolling up to 9000 feet in length.
GP40's GP40-3's SD40's and GP38-2's
Speedway to America's Playground....


Post by stevo »

favorite railroad: amtrak
favorite locomotive: amd-103....phase V

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Post by AznSumtinSumtin »

Passenger Railroad: MBCR(Provides commuter rail service for the MBTA)
Freight Railroad: CSX
Passenger Locomotive: GP40MC(GP40L-2 rebuilt for passenger service)
Freight Locomotive: SD40-2

G-Unit Soldier


Post by G-Unit Soldier »

My Favorite Road is AMTRAK, and My Favorite Locomotive is EMD's F40PH In Amtrak's Phase Three Colors, Leading The Starlight!, and even when its not, its Still My Favorite!

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Post by CNJGeep »

Favorite RR-the Good old E-L!
Loco-U34CH, Hands DOWN! GG1, close Second. GS-3 4-6-2, third, and K4 fourth.
"I'll keep moving through the dark, with you in my heart, my blood brother." RIP D.C.

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Location: Halfway up the MBTA Fitchburg Line

Post by B&MYoshi »

Favorite Roads, B&M and MBTA

Favorite Locos: Turbines, Cab-Forwards, RS units, and RDC's (do they count?)

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Post by CN9634 »

Fav roads: CP/CN Conrail/Norfolk Southern (Screw CSX and screw Guilford). SLR and MMA.
Fav Engine(s): GP40-2W, SD40-2W, GP38s, SD60's, SD70's, C30-7's and C424/C425's.

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Location: Hollywood, FL

Post by dmk092 »

DD5, P5, E series, D16

P-7's, all their Howard street tunnel motors,
and their anglicized engines which include the President Cleveland, George Emerson, and Lord and Lady Baltimore

The four Reading class engines, both as delivered and later in their atlantic form, and the 2-6-4 suburban tanks


IRT (not a railroad):
low-V's, and R-33,36s (WF)


Post by Bucyrus6150 »

I'm going to add the SD70M-2 to my list. I just saw two for the first time today. I love the way the look, the best looking modern locomotive out there if you ask me. :-D


Post by LongIslandRRTom »

EMD's original line of Dash-2's (38 to 40) have a special place in my heart. Of all the engines out there, those Dash-2's are the ones with the cleanest lines without compromise on functionality, no out-of-place-looking curves, no harsh-looking things sticking out. And they were reliable too. Truly the high-water mark for GM/EMD.

Favorite road is evident in my handle. And they had GP38-2's. :-)

Lehigh Valley Railroad

Post by Lehigh Valley Railroad »

T1 Wyoming

Q1/2, L1 Mikado

H10 Consolidation

G3 Pacific

Christian S.

Post by Christian S. »

To put it very simply: anything steam!

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Post by Engineer James »

Pennsy T1 Duplex....

favorite road... The Turtle Creek Industrial Railroad... I will probably model this line later on.

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