No those are good shots for the junkyard to start building this fall.Wow! I may have shed a tear at 7:40.
Jerome is going to come off his hinges when he sees this!
Willie, I resemble that remark LOLKinda looks like Jerome's workbench.
MAYBE I DON'T WANT A MILLION RAILFANS SHOWING UP THERE AND THE OWNER SAYING "I WISH YOU WOULDNT HAVE POSTED THAT LOCATION NOW I HAVE PEOPLE WITH CAMERAS EVERYWHERE!"No those are good shots for the junkyard to start building this fall.
Willie, I resemble that remark LOL
I don't know why he is being so secretive about the location, it is well known where LTEX is located. You can tour it on Google earth here.
I wish I didn't have to because I thought rail fans would like to ask questions about a locomotive or share their stories of seeing these run, I dint think this was going to be too much to ask.I hope those of us that know where that is located won't blab. Have you thought about turning off comments on the video?
Bob, I looked that up in Silvas, Ill. The old Rock Island shops. That is awesome. Quite a bit more organized than the other site. I will be looking at that one closer when it comes time to set up my junk yard. Thank you for the tip.Go on Google Earth and type in Silvas, IL. Zoom in and you will find an even bigger place where they do work on old locos.
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