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Drove past Schellville this AM and saw a shiny new yellow ROW maintenance unit, but was driving, so I didn't see what it was exactly.


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Comment by Bob Cleek on April 6, 2017 at 11:27am

I didn't notice if 1922 was in the cage.  I did notice the tank cars on the lumberyard turnout.  They've been there for several weeks.

Comment by Chad Glover on April 5, 2017 at 3:06pm
I drove by on Sunday, 1922 and 1007(is that right?). Were down the spur on 8th st about 100yds to the north of the cage. The spur to the pallet company was full of tank cars. There seems to be more tank cars there now than ever before.
Comment by Richard C. Brand on April 5, 2017 at 2:35pm


When you drove past did you see 1922 parked in the cage?  Haven't seen pictures of her lately and I'm guessing the lease may be ending/ended?

Comment by Bob Cleek on April 3, 2017 at 6:36pm

That may be possible, but I have no information to that effect.  I'm guessing it's a ballast tamper or regulator or something like that.  Not a rail grinder, I don't think.  I was driving past heading west and it came into view only for a couple of seconds before I was past it.  It was parked on the eastern track in front of the station building.  It looked brand new, painted "construction equipment yellow."  Some kind of Tonka Toy on rails.

Comment by Richard C. Brand on April 3, 2017 at 2:52pm

RoW building equipment create a new spur for the GGRM rolling stock?

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