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Arizona State Railway Museum


Brighton Local

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Probably the most boring 3 1/2 hr trip Ive ever embarked on. Between driving an hour to/from the "Museum", and spending 45 minutes snapping photos. However, inhaling (and I mean for real) the history was cool. Standing next to these 50+ year old cars, and the oil on the tracks heating up, you know this equipment is nothing less than VINATGE :)

 

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Connection to the Union Pacific Branch Line on Left.

 

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More in the next Post! :tup:

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Nice shots! :tup::tup: I see museums like that with a fence and I wish our stuff here in the east could have something similar, everything hear in the east that sits out side always gets vandalized.

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Incredible and varied trip through history. Some of those cars were on some of the most famous trains ever to ride the rails. I wonder if UP or BNSF will ever resume passenger service........ :cool:

 

Thanks Z!

 

- A

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Incredible and varied trip through history. Some of those cars were on some of the most famous trains ever to ride the rails. I wonder if UP or BNSF will ever resume passenger service........ :cool:

 

Thanks Z!

 

- A

 

I wish man. Passenger service to/from Phoenix would be a big hit.

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