"Out in Bob's direction"

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"Out in Bob's direction"

Postby Spin » Sat Aug 27, 2016 8:54 am

Bob, do you do much railfanning? Here are a few sights not far from you.

Who has seenthese sites before in a RailWorks route (no fair peaking at our forum).

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Re: "Out in Bob's direction"

Postby Bob Artim » Sat Aug 27, 2016 9:39 am

Jeez Spin, I live a block up from the station and the bridge. You should have stopped by. They are on the P&LE route. My neighbor helped restore that station.
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Re: "Out in Bob's direction"

Postby Spin » Sat Aug 27, 2016 3:23 pm

Ah man, I thought you lived further down the Pennsy side of the river. That's the first time I'd seen these sites in real life.

I wasn't planning on being down there or I would have let you know. I took an assignment in Youngstown, and they cancelled me as I was almost there. So I said what the heck, I'; follow the P&LE down from Y'town to where the route starts.

I'll be back down again one day.
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Re: "Out in Bob's direction"

Postby RichWade » Mon Aug 29, 2016 6:31 pm

Spin wrote:I'll be back down again one day.


Save your pennies for the next damn meet! :twisted: You have 1 year!
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