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 Posted: Mon Nov 14th, 2016 11:49 pm
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Rick S
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Hi, Andrew

I live in Granbury, TX, just south of Ft. Worth. There is a FWWR line not far from my house - their locomotives are in blue and yellow now as shown in the photo.

The red and gray locos were probably Santa Fe, although GVRR has a red and gray GP downtown at the Stockyard. His name is Vinny. ;)

Rick

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 Posted: Mon Nov 14th, 2016 11:56 pm
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Here's a shot of Vinny. 1953 GP7. GVRR also has a 1896 Cooke 4-6-0 named Puffy which is currently out of service for his 15-year inspection.

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Andrew,
Welcome to FreeRails. Interestingly I may have an 'opportunity' to move to Austin early next year.



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