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The current header image shows CSX 355, a CW44AC, preparing to depart the north end of the yard in Dante, VA. On October 22, 2006, the 355 leads train E101, northbound empty hoppers, back to the coal fields.
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Tag Archives: Reference
Back in the early spring of this year, I had read that a Clinchfield Railroad Museum was under construction in the Erwin, TN area. On my last trip to Clinchfield Country in the spring, a railfan friend and I looked … Continue reading
With the help of several of his crew members, my friend Pat Lana has produced a Crew Safety video for his N scale Crandic Route. About 10 minutes long, the video is: …a crew safety training film shown to new … Continue reading
Marty McGuirk has updated the web site for his Southern New England Railway. I first met Marty in 1998 at a MER Convention. I’ve always admired his modeling, so I’ll be following his progress. Of course, since I’m a closet … Continue reading
Here’s a post from Dave Frary on how he paints a background.
I’ve been intrigued by the Clinchfield Railroad almost from the start of my interest in trains and railroading. The CRR mainline ran north-south for 277 miles (274 after the 1970 Johnson City mainline relocation) in 5 states: Kentucky, Virginia, Tennessee, … Continue reading