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TRS: How to stop Arnine Foamers


Ken S.

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It's also done for FRA reasons and insurance against breakdowns. Mostly "Straight GP40s" are used. However, engine availability made an FH-2 and an F40 (other end) available for the run. A P42 has also appeared on that run from time to time.

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Erm.. No thanks.. Not interested! Unless i have access to the loco..

 

The best way to deal with foamers, Is trick them into another train thats Vintage and let the train stay where it is locking them in, while the rest enjoys the ther Vintage train :cool:

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Erm.. No thanks.. Not interested! Unless i have access to the loco..

 

The best way to deal with foamers, Is trick them into another train thats Vintage and let the train stay where it is locking them in, while the rest enjoys the ther Vintage train :cool:

 

How about cadaholand

 

Train ain't running without the diesels on it anyway.

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Train ain't running without the diesels on it anyway.

 

So? You dont need a loco to start a train thats subway, unless it were broken.. Arnies can run with a motoman..

 

How about cadaholand

 

 

 

LOL whats that?

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So? You dont need a loco to start a train thats subway, unless it were broken.. Arnies can run with a motoman..

 

The diesels are used mainly in case of breakdowns. One car was smoking or something today. Granted a GP40FH-2 and F40 aren't the best engines for that.

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