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KC0QNB

New Member
looks a bit slow in here. I just wanted to share this photo, taken a few weeks ago from Buttermilk Curve, Buttermilk Hill, or Trainview Hill, west of Gothenburg. Not the best photo, and it was darned cold out there that morning.
 

Zoohogger

Whistle Pig
Beautiful Nebraska, as you look around......

Nebraska has it's beautiful spots. There may not be many curves, but that one is photogenic.
Great sunrise colors.

Thanks for braving the cold so that we can see it.

I used to travel that way alot for work. I miss my country drives, but not the job stress.

There are some very nice curves father north on the CB&Q(BNSF for you youngins) along Hwy 2. The Sand Hills are very interesting to me. If you come this way get off of I-80 and take the scenic routes.
 

B_Kosanda

Outstanding In My Field
Nothing better than standing trackside at dawn with a cup of coffee and hearing an approaching slow mover off in the distance. Nice photo.

Bill
 


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