And member John Schwarze intends to keep it that way with 4 silver and orange units making time and money for the man! It was consumed by the
Union Pacific in the early 1980s and the yellow peril took over the Feather River Canyon line into Sacramento.
The mighty SP&S was sucked into the BN merger back in 1970 and that spelt the end of Alco power on the Columbia River in yellow and black.
The Great Northern suffered the same fate as anything pre merger was to be erased as fast as possible. In better times this GN SD9 handles a local freight
That's a nice Chooch wall Mike O'Connell!
A long way from home are these 6 units for the Chicago Great Western. Looks like the CGW saved a lot of money by not hiring a artist to come up with
a paint scheme instead of buying a bunch of logos to slap on the car bodies.
Robert Case and his brother William stopped by the club on Thursday and they brought a Talgo train to run on the layout. The main feature is their
size and weight for ease of handling on commuter runs plus they tilt on curves for a nicer ride. Robert is rumored to move back to Spokane to attend Eastern
Washington University again. We hope so.