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hioo1
Posts: 63
Joined: Mon Feb 07, 2005 9:33 pm
Location: Hopewell, NJ

Post by hioo1 »

Railroad: Pennsy, the Reading and NJC

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

CoastStarlight99

Post by CoastStarlight99 »

Favorite Railroad: Amtrak-Natioal Railroad Passenger Corp.

Favorite Locomotives: F40, and P42.

Fla East Coast Chris
Posts: 422
Joined: Mon Mar 15, 2004 7:22 pm
Location: Only the Phantom KNows

Post by Fla East Coast Chris »

Hi,
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....
Chris

stevo

Post by stevo »

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

AznSumtinSumtin
Posts: 624
Joined: Sun Feb 20, 2005 8:52 pm

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

Amtrak

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!

CNJGeep
Posts: 1692
Joined: Tue Feb 22, 2005 4:33 pm
Location: A Small Onion

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.

B&MYoshi
Posts: 104
Joined: Tue Dec 27, 2005 8:33 am
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?)

CN9634
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Joined: Fri Jul 09, 2004 5:50 pm

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.

dmk092
Posts: 21
Joined: Thu Dec 29, 2005 11:39 pm
Location: Hollywood, FL

Post by dmk092 »

Pennsy:
DD5, P5, E series, D16

B&O:
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

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

CP:
Jubilees

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

Bucyrus6150

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

LongIslandRRTom

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 »

LVRR:
T1 Wyoming

PRR:
Q1/2, L1 Mikado

Reading:
H10 Consolidation

CNJ:
G3 Pacific

Christian S.

Post by Christian S. »

To put it very simply: anything steam!

Engineer James
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Joined: Fri May 20, 2005 7:47 am
Location: South of CH 17.9 CSXT Detroit Subdivision

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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