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San Diego & Arizona RR -- Carrizo Gorge
Posted: Wed Feb 14th, 2018 06:33 pm
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Joined: Wed Jan 25th, 2012
The photos did not come through for me. Any help?
Posted: Wed Feb 14th, 2018 08:08 pm
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Posted: Wed Feb 14th, 2018 08:39 pm
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Joined: Sat Jun 29th, 2013
Another set of great photo's.
The tunnel entrance of tunnel 19 looks so cool. The wood construction with some stone staple walls surrounded by the rocks. Love that. Almost looks like a model.
The pair of tankcars are nice too.
Posted: Wed Feb 14th, 2018 10:19 pm
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Posted: Thu Feb 15th, 2018 12:43 am
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Joined: Wed Jul 25th, 2012
Location: San Diego
Yeah, it's pretty easy to see the Carrizo Gorge influence on my In-ko-pah Railroad!
I had insurance on the drone, so I received a replacement within a few days. I brought the new one with me on this last trip. And now it looks like I'm going back there again in early March -- this time my brother-in-law will be joining me.
BTW, I did fly a camera rocket near the big trestle once, in the early '90s. It had a Super 8 film movie camera. Someday I want to get a lot of those old rocket films transferred to video.
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Posted: Thu Feb 15th, 2018 02:07 am
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Thanks for the extra photos!
A cabin built from blasting powder cans...that would make an unusual building.
Nye, Inyo & Esmeralda Railroad
Posted: Thu Feb 15th, 2018 07:29 am
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Yeah,I would get a blast from building a model of that house....excuse the pun(.I just could not resist it)...........................................Peter
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