Recent content by Stan Lytle

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    Latah Creek Railroad Bridge - Spokane, WA

    Here's a link to more information: http://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=latah+creek+bridge&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8 Stan
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    BNSF 1551 Back In Seattle

    BNSF 1551, the SD9-3 that worked the hump the Balmer hump in Seattle for many years, has returned. I haven't been to Balmer for a month or so, so I don't know exactly when it came back. Last I knew, it was at Topeka with a bad order main generator.
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    The Fine Line Between Legal And Lost

    The "Train Shed Cyclopedia" can be found here: http://railroadtreasures.com/Railroad%20Collectibles.htm I noticed at the bottom of the page is a reference to "Cyclopedia on CD", but not yet a working link. They might already have plans on producing a CD, so all is not lost.
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    The Fine Line Between Legal And Lost

    Truth and reality are found at: http://www.copyright.gov/title17/
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    Windmill train in Seattle?

    Here's the 2012 Schedule: http://www.lynden.com/aml/schedule/2012/2012-AML-Sailing-Schedule.pdf
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    Gn 1600 sb

    Mark Gillings got an excellent shot of it when it was at Interbay two months ago. http://www.locophotos.com/PhotoDetails.php?PhotoID=124024
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    Windmill train in Seattle?

    I think the barge to Alaska departs on Wednesdays, so the cars are probably sitting on Harbor Island.
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    Footprint of Auburn Wa Roundhouse Visible

    Here's another one that comes to mind: http://g.co/maps/qrnwu
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    BNSF/UIP main tied up between Centralia WA and Portland on 12-1?

    Great time for the post, Lee. I dusted off a bunch of old equipment and recently uploaded ATCS, and was watching it 12/1. I thought I had done something wrong, or wasn't getting updates, as "my" board was sluggish. Stan
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    5 teens caught on trestle

    What next? Operation Lifesaver for Universities?
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    Puget Sound Railroad Radio.net shuts down

    Here's a big thank you for the years of enjoyment that you provided Pete.
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    A Question About a Strange Train (What is it?)

    Sounds like a rail grinder. See if any of these look like what you saw: http://www.google.com/search?q=%22rail+grinder%22&hl=en&client=safari&rls=en&prmd=imvns&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=7lG-Tp34MoShiALTipj8Ag&ved=0CCYQsAQ&biw=1250&bih=1239&sei=9lG-TsWoJKndiAKrmvn9CA
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    KOMO TV4 Seattle Rail Security 11/7 @ 11pm

    Great job KOMO. Show them what the key looks like. The only thing you didn't do was show the "keyhole".
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    Pasco WA derailment

    http://www.columbian.com/news/2011/nov/07/ethanol-spills-pasco-rail-yard-accident/
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    Pasco WA derailment

    Just heard something about a switching accident at Pasco WA. Involved at least one tank car carrying Ethanol which is leaking.




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