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    I know this isn't considered construction, but I didn't know where else to post it. I thought you may find this clip interesting.
    Progress Rail Video

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    Pretty cool! thanks!

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    Thanks Terry! Very interesting.
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    Terry, very cool video. Thanks for posting!

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    Thanks for posting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by creekbend View Post
    Thanks for posting.
    I've been A locomotive Engineer for close to 20 years now, and the size and power of the engines never ceases to amaze me. This particular model is nice for the comfortable cab.
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    Looks sharp! Thanks for posting.
    Shouldn't you be at work?

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    I found it interesting also. Besides the equipment used to transport the locomotive into a Vegas convention center and set it up (always wondered how they did that), it appears to be (?) the first new offering from Cat since they acquired the Electro Motive Division from GM a couple years back. Nice looking locomotive.

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    Cool. Guess I'll have to paint our 710's yellow now.
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    A RR runs right through the middle of the farm where I live, maybe a quarter of a mile outside my front window; still often stop to watch them go by. We have a regular parade of coal trains go by with locomotives pulling and one pushing.
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