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Diesel Detail Freak
We recently lost ours down here in the SD area. with the recent addition of the "Sprinter" service, the Fmr BNSF, Ex ATSF line to Escondido & Ramona lost its...

grande man

Bonafied Grande Nut
Cool. I'm amazed at the interest the locals have in preservation. I hope they remain in service for a long time. I'm betting that the parts and maintenance are the real issue the RR has wiith them though.


Running the MC & Buffalo
I say keep the WigWags and install gates as well . Safety and preservation are both satisfied !!


Stay off the tracks!
There are a few wig-wags still in regular service in Oregon (two of them, in Dallas and Knappa, are on the Portland & Western RR) but instead of being the vertical ground mount type they are hanging from overhead support.

Steve B

KEEP the Wig Wag
But if needed use an alternative method of traffic control as well, they are right in wanting to keep them from the cutters torch:D they are historically important

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