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Re: [NVnarrowgauge] An E&P locomotive photo

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  • Michael Lee
    Greg, I agree with your idea. I looked through my stuff and that is the only other location with those kind of mountains in the background. Mike ...
    Message 1 of 9 , Dec 19, 2005
      Greg,

      I agree with your idea. I looked through my stuff and
      that is the only other location with those kind of
      mountains in the background.

      Mike

      --- EANDPNG@... wrote:

      > In a message dated 12/18/2005 2:00:52 PM Pacific
      > Standard Time,
      > tphmike@... writes:
      > Greg,
      >
      > That's definitely not Palisades. I believe it is on
      > the flat just outside of Eureka. I'll go through my
      > records and see if I can pinpoint the location.
      >
      > Mike Lee
      > Tonopah, Goldfield and Bullfrog in N
      > League City, TX
      > Mike,
      > My vote is for Mineral siding as the location of
      > this photo. Numbers 5 and 6
      > were headed south in a work train going to repair a
      > wash out at the Chimney
      > Creek trestle just south of Alpha when the train was
      > stranded by additional wash
      > outs at Shannons and Blackburn. Number 5 was
      > retrieved early on in the
      > rebuilding and was used in work train service but I
      > don't recall that the number 6
      > was ever used after the flood and may have been left
      > at Mineral for some time.
      > Also the engine in the photo is sitting on a side
      > track and if the engine is
      > pointing south the siding would be on the west side
      > of the main track as it is
      > at Mineral.
      >
      > Greg
      >


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    • Brian Norden
      Thank you, both of you, for the information. Brian
      Message 2 of 9 , Dec 19, 2005
        Thank you, both of you, for the information.

        Brian

        Michael Lee wrote:

        >Greg,
        >
        >I agree with your idea. I looked through my stuff and
        >that is the only other location with those kind of
        >mountains in the background.
        >
        >Mike
        >
        >--- EANDPNG@... wrote:
        >
        >
        >
        >>In a message dated 12/18/2005 2:00:52 PM Pacific
        >>Standard Time,
        >>tphmike@... writes:
        >>Greg,
        >>
        >>That's definitely not Palisades. I believe it is on
        >>the flat just outside of Eureka. I'll go through my
        >>records and see if I can pinpoint the location.
        >>
        >>Mike Lee
        >>Tonopah, Goldfield and Bullfrog in N
        >>League City, TX
        >>Mike,
        >>My vote is for Mineral siding as the location of
        >>this photo. Numbers 5 and 6
        >>were headed south in a work train going to repair a
        >>wash out at the Chimney
        >>Creek trestle just south of Alpha when the train was
        >>stranded by additional wash
        >>outs at Shannons and Blackburn. Number 5 was
        >>retrieved early on in the
        >>rebuilding and was used in work train service but I
        >>don't recall that the number 6
        >>was ever used after the flood and may have been left
        >>at Mineral for some time.
        >>Also the engine in the photo is sitting on a side
        >>track and if the engine is
        >>pointing south the siding would be on the west side
        >>of the main track as it is
        >>at Mineral.
        >>
        >>Greg
        >>
        >>
        >>
        >
        >
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