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Photos Needed - I'm looking for photos of railroad subjects in Madison County. They may be trains, locomotives, freight or... - click for more -
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March 20, 2015
Covered Hoppers on flatcars complete with their trucks loaded in South Anderson Yard. These are the cars that derailed on the run to Emporia. They were brought up to South Anderson and have now been placed on flatcars for transport to Avon.
March 24, 2015
I decided to make a run to South Anderson to see what I could find. Here they are.
May 27, 2015
I received a phone call that the CSX President's Special was coming through the downtown area. So, I positioned myself at the Depot and waited. It began to rain and then rain harder. I only had to wait about 5 minuets. the lead engine was 9998 (F40PH-2). I took the shots anyway and here they are.
June 2, 2015
Another day, another phone call. A CSX westbound has some new city cars as the last cars on the train. I went over near Gridley, but that wasn't going to work. I finally pulled up to a nearly unused crossing just as the loco was passing. I waited until I saw the cars coming at the end of the train. They are RTD (Regional Transportation District) cars that very likely belong to Denver. Here they are.
June 18, 2015
Two locos in fresh paint for the Lake State Railway (LSRC}, a Michigan - based railroad, were coming through eastbound. I couldn't resist taking a shot even though it was getting dark. They are numbers 304 and 4304.
October 23, 2015 - Elkhart Indiana
Subject: NYC 3001
Yes, you may use my photo. I was rather pleased with how crisp and detailed it came out. Here it is in a larger size if that is of use to you. My last name is Pletcher, Howard Pletcher.
I also have some night shots of 3001 and the E-8 taken at a photo session in Jan. 2011 if they are of any use to you. Attached are what I think are the two best.
All photos not otherwise marked are by Roger Hensley.
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