How Many Here Are New Haven Railroad Fans?

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HighlandRail/DEY-7 652
Posts: 164
Joined: Thu Mar 11, 2004 7:54 pm
Location: MP.9.9 Springfield Line

Post by HighlandRail/DEY-7 652 »

I'm one, possibly the most avid young NH fan.
Mike L

The Springfield Line's longest shoving move record holder.

HighlandRail/DEY-7 652
Posts: 164
Joined: Thu Mar 11, 2004 7:54 pm
Location: MP.9.9 Springfield Line

Post by HighlandRail/DEY-7 652 »

Well, I am not too up on most of the technical stuff, however I'm preserving as much hardware,paper, and sooner than later, NH equipment as I possibly can. BTW I do hold the honor of being the one person with the most NH track tools, all of which are still used when I'm doing trackwork for my fathers RR business. I'm active on the NHRHTA forum as well just look for the poster "M LaBouliere"
Mike L

The Springfield Line's longest shoving move record holder.

XRails

Post by XRails »

You've got a fan here. Long live Cedar Hill of the glory days!

Guilford Guy

Post by Guilford Guy »

2nd favorite
I''ve always liked the NH
thats why im running NH cars on my G scale line (B&M ambassador)

pennsy
Posts: 1697
Joined: Sat Mar 11, 2006 4:07 pm
Location: Southern California

Post by pennsy »

Hi All,

You cannot be a PRR fan and not also be a NH fan as well.

After all, without the EP class engines there wouldn't have been a template for the GG-1.

The later EP's, the Jets, are also classic electric engines, and unfortunately, to the best of my knowledge, none were preserved.

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