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03-27-10 Moodna Hood-na


Fred G

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Corny title but there is this little one road subdivision next to the viaduct so I caught these shots from there.

 

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This is on the Port Jervis MN branch so that's why there's a NJT GP40 on it.

 

Thanks for looking,

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really great, Fred; i'd love to live in one of those houses. talk about "rooms with a view".

 

Nice fred! An EL Railroad :P

 

funny you mention EL, viaduct was built by the erie railroad in the early nineteen-hundreds.

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really great, Fred; i'd love to live in one of those houses. talk about "rooms with a view".

 

 

 

funny you mention EL, viaduct was built by the erie railroad in the early nineteen-hundreds.

 

oh ok, it looks like an el tho, but thx for pointin that out

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awesome photos, that must be a great ride adn a great view riding train over that bridge

 

Thanks, I've never ridden across it, only photographed. I need to break the seal on that sometime.

 

Imagine waking up to that awesome view everyday.:tup:

 

I'd wake up even moreso ;)

 

Cool pics, Fred! There's a bridge like that in Guatemala, but it's not in use.

 

What the hell we waitin' for; let's go use it. :P

 

Nice Fred :tup: That place is on my list of places to see.

 

You won't be sorry, Dan. 200 Orrs Mill Rd, Sailisbury Mills, NY

 

Nice fred! An EL Railroad :P

 

Hehe, it sure is, only bigger.:tup:

 

really great, Fred; i'd love to live in one of those houses. talk about "rooms with a view".

 

Funny you mention EL, viaduct was built by the erie railroad in the early nineteen-hundreds.

 

I'm sure there's gotta be at least one foamer in da hood.

 

Very cool shots Fred!

 

Thanks, INDman!

 

Slammin pics Fred!

 

Thanks PATCOman!

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