Wanting to work for the Railroad
wanting to work for Railroad
Hello Mr. Wirth,
I see you are in the Pacific area, I am in Washington and was wondering if there was any chance since we are not that far apart if we could meet sometime. Steam has interested me on and off for a while and seeing that you was very involved with an operating steam era locomotive, would help me understand a bit more about the operations of an engine that size. Please let me know, Thanks.
Andre: AW McBridefrom the past.....
The caboose lantern was given to my grandfather upon his retirement. The clock was another gift to him.
Jim, welcome aboard. Did you work out of Wichita on the BNSF? Lot of kids I went to school with work for BNSF in Southeast Missouri still.
2017 is Fort Smith's Bicentennial
Hi Frisco People, I am just starting with this forum. I just retired from the BNSF as a locomotive engineer.
Steve, I wanted to contact you off of Ebay about the GP7. Ebay does not allow us to conduct any business unless it goes through them and they get their cut.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. If you decide to sell the GP7, let me know what you want and we can pursue it off of Ebay.
Okay yes Ebay wants their fees. I will test it and see what's going on with it I haven't taken it from the box since buying it. I know they are hard to come by and I probably messed up somebody's plans when I won the auction :)
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Whoops. Sorry about botching your middle initial, Gary. "Measure twice, cut once." :) Thanks for letting me know. - Chris
Great fascia color choice.
I've collected Frisco items for 20 years now. There are 137 Frisco items and 116 items from other railroad lines, for a total of 253 items.
Double 5 Generation Railroader and retired from 43yrs at BNSF/BN/FRISCO railroad as a Machinist
On-again off-again model railroader since the 70s. Casual Frisco fan looking to learn more.
Hello, Charlie, Can I post early historical information on the Frisco and its predecessors on here? If so, I need your expertise to know exactly where and how to post a short story about the early railroads in St. Clair County. I also have transcribed newspaper items(from the Osceola "Sun") which might be of interest to train historians. I tried to leave an example here, but it was too long.
You may certainly post. If you have issues, please ask in the support forum and a number of people will be able to help you.
SG, I for one would love to see what you've come up with from Osceola and St. Clair County!
Back in October you asked a question on my profile page that I missed: if Tsunami 2 decoder will support DC conversion. Yes, they will by default run on DC or DCC.
Living in Peculiar Mo now
I live where it all started....and unfortunately ended...
I've been a railroad modeler for 50 glorious years, since 1967, N scale for 33 years and HO for 17. For 19 years I've collected Frisco items
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