Old 01-31-2007, 09:07 PM   #51
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CN Talbot Sub, CN Paynes Sub, and CN Cayuga Sub all come together at CN St Thomas

CN CASO Sub has a short part at CN St Thomas South, which is also where the CN Talbot Spur ends.

when you go south from CN St Thomas South on the CN Talbot Spur, you encounter the PSTR Lake Erie Sub

also have the CP St Thomas Sub

nearby is the CN Southwold Spur into Ford

and the CN Cayuga Sub turns into the STER (Trillium) Cayuga Spur
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Old 01-31-2007, 10:01 PM   #52
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Norfolk Southern - Pittsburgh Line, Mon Line, Conemaugh Line
CSX - Pittsburgh Subdivision
Wheeling & Lake Erie - Pittsburgh Sub, Rook Sub
Pittsburgh & Ohio Central
Union Railroad
Southwest Pennsylvania Railroad
Bessemer & Lake Erie

I think that about covers nearly all of them. Living in Pittsburgh gives me many, many options to choose from.
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Old 01-31-2007, 10:23 PM   #53
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CSX Metropolitan, OML, Capital, and RF&P subs, heck, throw in the Shenandoah and the Cumberland subs

NS coming up from Manassas and the south, west from Manassas to Front Royal (B-line?), and the line a bit to the west (A-line?) - I don't railfan NS much and never remember the names

Amtrak, not only trains but the NEC itself

do we count Metro?

more up toward Baltimore: the Canton, the Patabsco & Back Rivers, the Maryland Midland


Hey Brad, what is the current name of the RR that runs the former B&O down to Washington PA? Didn't see that on your list. You've got P&OC that runs the former Pennsy. AVR? AVP? somethng else?
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Old 11-17-2009, 11:03 PM   #54
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BNSF
Union Pacific
Canadian Pacific
SOO
Minnesota Prairie Line
Twin Cities And Western
Dakota Minnesota Eastern
+ MANY MORE!
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Old 11-18-2009, 07:08 AM   #55
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3 year old thread.
Sage it.
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Within a mile, I have CSX's Busy Chicago Line (Albany Division) which generally provides 1 train every half hour, however it can vary. A few miles north I have the Falls Road, an alco running shortline that operated two days a week. Farther south I have NS's Scenic Southern Tier Line, Livonia, Avon and Lakeville and Rochester and Southern. About 20 minutes west of me I have the DLWR, an alco running switching line that operated 3-6 days a week with an alco S6 or RS18. Much farther is Finger Lakes Railway, Ontario Midland, Buffalo Southern, South Buffalo, Bath and Hammondsport, Western New York and Pennsylvania, and many subdivisions of NS and CSX over in Buffalo.
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In no order of preference;

BNSF
CN
CP
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3? What kind of math are they teaching you up there in the Great White North?
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3? What kind of math are they teaching you up there in the Great White North?
A little shy of 2 years and 10 months since the previous post is close enough in my book. But I don't possess the great mathematical sophistication of my fellow photographer from up north.
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Old 11-27-2009, 05:39 PM   #60
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3? What kind of math are they teaching you up there in the Great White North?
Rrrrrrrrrrrrounding!
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A little shy of 2 years and 10 months since the previous post is close enough in my book. But I don't possess the great mathematical sophistication of my fellow photographer from up north.
Don't mention any numbers larger than 10 or Jim will have to take off his shoes, and it's getting cold up here.
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A little shy of 2 years and 10 months since the previous post is close enough in my book. But I don't possess the great mathematical sophistication of my fellow photographer from up north.
Actually, the thread is just over 4 years old, but that's neither here nor there.
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Oh wow, you're right. I guess nobody here can do math after all.
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