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I'm a retired IBM Engineer now living in central Florida. I love ships, trains, planes and all things mechanical. I love to travel and document my adventures with photographic images. I hope you enjoy my photos!

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Hi Scotch Canadian! I am interested in buying a CAT 120H and google directed me to you photos. Please email me at ptyworldconnect@gmail.com My name is Roberto Ferguson and I'm the owner of PTY Worldwide Connections, a company that is involved in imports/exports, serves as an intermediary between buyer/seller under comission at a large and small scale and promotes real estate projects and many other events. Feel free to chat me on whatsapp free online texting +507 67486706, or let me know when will you be able to call at 305 391 9495 (that is my magic jack phone number, it won't charge you internationally because it serves as a local caller id). Greetings

URGENT : We can save Panoramio ! Signing the petition form we can keep our beloved Panoramio alive !!! We need minimum 10.000 signatures, but we can reach MUCH MORE !

Where is this located? I would love to see it!

Hi, I'm a life long resident of the area. It's been a long time since there were two tracks running though Schaghticoke.

How did you end up here?

I made a mistake when writing J.T.'s tail number: N5850G.

welcome to north american locomotives feel free to add as many pictures as you want

That's a cool view of the coal dock too! I've been looking for a coal dock for quite some time. They are common up north and east of the Mississippi, but seems like they're hard to find westward. I don't know why that is. These were used to load coal into locomotives until around 1940. After that time, most train engines were diesel. Very cool to see this!

I like the PSA ... "METH = DEATH"

Savannah & Atlanta 19, nee-SOU 19

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