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Re: The Wreck at MP 309.35

Earl
April 06, 2000 04:00PM
In some cases, these artifacts are a memorial to someone who was killed in the wreck. As one who ran trains out there and smacked a rock or two that would have sent a T-12 tumbling ashpan over steam dome into the Gorge, the dangers those old guys faced out there were very real. They died on the field of battle. The artifacts should remain untouched. When you go out there to see remains, remember you are walking on hallowed ground.
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The Wreck at MP 309.35

Don Richter April 02, 2000 11:26AM

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Chile John Pritchard April 02, 2000 05:51PM

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John Bush April 02, 2000 06:02PM

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Chile John Pritchard April 02, 2000 06:16PM

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tim olson April 02, 2000 08:13PM

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Richard "Bo" Boulware April 02, 2000 08:39PM

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Don Richter April 03, 2000 09:51AM

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Dave Peterson April 04, 2000 08:35AM

Windy Point wreck

Rich Muth April 04, 2000 12:52PM

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Dave Peterson April 04, 2000 01:31PM

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Earl April 06, 2000 04:00PM

The other engine was the 411(later 342)

Grant Houston April 02, 2000 08:44PM



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