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  1. Guest

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    Its so long since I've ridden the armour yellow - why I just don't know!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KykadlpxwhM

    Who needs black fives when you can have 844 and 3985?
     
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    You would only start moaning about the "box" on the train......... [-X
     
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    Yes just under 8000 tons now thats the real power of steam.
     
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    Certainly puts Freightliner in the shade. =D> =D> =D>
     
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    Was it actualy working? Sounded like a load of hiss as it went past. Give me the sound of a Stanier engine any day.
     
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    Try this then - http://www.rail-videos.net/video/view.p ... ments=true

    ex Chinese QJ's working a revenue earning freight in the U.S. - turn the speakers up to maximum and listen to them slipping, especially in the second location


    STEVE
     
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    Yeah i agree the QJ's are very impressive, a very different beast to the bigger American steam types.
     
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    Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrr - at least I got a decent still shot of Tornado at Micheldever by way of compensation

    STEVE
     
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    Coupled with the Challenger on a double stacker was this

    http://railways.national-preservation.com/posting.php?mode=smilies&f=36#

    Pure class

    One comment that I always recall was one afternoon crossing the high plains of Wyoming in the Dome Car with 3985 on the front, and this guy turns round and says "Not a patch on a jubilee on the S & C"

    I reserved coment!
     
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