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A set of R44 on the 207st scrap line


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Terrible! Those could of actually just stayed in service for the (C) train.. But no.. Some people in the t/a aint that smart to even place them there..

 

 

Its sad!

 

Well good catch of course!

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Terrible! Those could of actually just stayed in service for the (C) train.. But no.. Some people in the t/a aint that smart to even place them there..

 

 

Its sad!

 

Well good catch of course!

 

Very sad they had some kickass A\C serving the (A)(C) last Summer infact last year on this date the (C) went full length!

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Their time has finally come... but where will they go?

Stripped for parts and put on trucks or flatbeds and be shipped to St Louis where they will use the train reconfigure with stainless steel to make the supposedly be R-211's! Nah I'm j/p but idk.

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Terrible! Those could of actually just stayed in service for the (C) train.. But no.. Some people in the t/a aint that smart to even place them there..

 

Right... the TA should keep a fleet in service that has KNOWN structural issues. That makes alot of sense.

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