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^^ looks both cold and cool Kelly


Antwerp tram in vintage colours (the only one running around like this)


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A visit to Tywyn for a ride behind Edward Thomas on the last day of the decade. This 0-4-2ST was built in 1921 by Kerr, Stuart & Company for use on the Corris Railway, and was purchased by the Talyllyn Railway in 1951 after its closure and named after the TRís former manager.


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San Francisco Municipal Railway

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I like the style of that vehicle. Is it really old, old just 'old style'?
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Hello Fred;
Yes that is an original "streetcar". The City has quite an extensive list of equipment. All are original, many are local to San Francisco
and many are from around the world and the run "The Streets of San Francisco" daily. They run in conjunction w our heritage Cable Cars.
I rode the above streetcar to see the USS Zumwalt

Here is my 35mm negative I digitize scanned and call "Back in 2001" on a rainy, windswept San Francisco day


This is a you tube, the streetcars in everyday action
https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&ved=2ahUKEwjumJ2Kx9HlAhWTqZ4KHefvDKAQwqsBMAB6BAgJEAQ&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DXYfU4mMAFKw&usg=AOvVaw1A6l21RGfgOgxGSbTXy47t

All the Best______Joe

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Good stuff Joe! I love it.
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^^ very nice and powerful in the snow, I like how the engine is blowing a cloud of the snow aside due to the speed.


Something a bit more modest:

Ready for departure at the Dutch narrow gauge railway museum in Leiden

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the "Beast"





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Hello Doc;
You have some of the most historic, great, perfect shots of the "Big Boy"
I would give anything to have that stand alone shot of it, and you even have one of the "Legend"
the shot of the "King" and the Legend double heading up that mountain grade is as historic as a rail road photo will ever get. That might never happen again, its unbelievable it happened at all!

I was even wondering, now they have the Big Boy if they might just put 844 into a museum. It must cost a ton to keep those 2 running, but than the "PR" UP has gotten out of this is probably priceless

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Hey, Joe!
Where have you been. I haven't seem many posts from you recently, but I have not been hre much recently myself. I've had too many other things going on. Thanks for the compliments, but your two photos here a great! Especially like the first with the Mountains as a backdrop! And lots of steam! Hard to believe that in a few months it will have been a year since it came to Ogden!
Thanks for sharing these, and the nice street car shots! Nice work, keep them coming!

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Also kudos to Alan, Mathieu and Pieter for the very nice photos posted on this page. Great work guys! Thanks for sharing and Keep up the good work!

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Originally posted by AudioDoc AudioDoc wrote:

Hey, Joe!
Where have you been. I haven't seem many posts from you recently, but I have not been hre much recently myself. I've had too many other things going on.   

Kind regards,

Kelly


Doc, I think its called, having a life

Kudos also for your great Nevada Northern photos, you know I Love them💜
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Post Options Post Options   Quote AudioDoc Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 January 2020 at 18:06
Thanks, Joe,
I had a great experience last February in Ely and was fortunate to get some good shots and many that I'm happy with myself!
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Wow!
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