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Excited Train Guy, New York!

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  2. I get it. I grew up around Military Bases, so when I hear a C-5 on a low approach or when a group of F-15s fly over a stadium before kickoff I get goosebumps…. I get it. I am glad you found something you love and you can enjoy! I think its kinda like birdwatching, and from the sound of this guys voice, these two trains must be something special. kudos @SNCRwy ! Thanks for posting the video, I am not much of a train enthusiast, but those are beautiful!

  3. Duh, but the guy himself was really needing to learn it’s not a big deal. I don’t find this video worth a viral, over his noise making. More so, it’s like… Seriously dude? over that tid bit? There’s older and better trains that run longer and have „bigger“ history. that’s just my point. I’ve seen people excited over the trains like above, but it’s really „fun“, when it’s the historic type trains that have run for years with some repairs, etc. How they go through areas, cars can’t go.

  4. I didn’t know those trains (the orange and brown one) was from the 50s! I have a train set at my parents house from back in the day, and I had one of those and it said Chessey System (or something) with a black cat on it. The other one (which looks like it’s more modern) says „Union Pacific“ on it and is yellow and light beige or gry with an reddish strip or something. I’ve been on a few trains as a kid, and I wonder if I was ever on one of those?

  5. Some sympathy, grew up with railroads myself, but as of today I know what a foamer is…  🙂

    When I go to the Great Beyond, I’m going to spend a lot of time on the CNR TurboTrain.

  6. It is, actually. Cruelly mocking people who just happen to be enthusiastic about something can be quite traumatic. At the very least it stigmatises people whose only crime is to be passionate about their interests. Not harsh? Ok, how about lame, empty or heartless? Not to mention weird.

  7. Yeah, I get it, it’s a BL2 coupled up to a newly painted ex-CNW E8 in IC colors. 3 567s working in tandem; you really never get to see that nowadays. But I suppose that if he were an actual railfan, he’d be quiet so we could all hear the 567s, horn, and bell clearly.

  8. Dr. T. C. Durant
    Thomas Clark Durant was born on February 6, 1820 in Lee, Massachusetts. He studied medicine at Albany Medical College where he graduated cum laude in 1840. He served briefly as an assistant professor of surgery then later quit that profession and became a director of his uncle’s grain exporting company in New York City.

  9. Durant got his start in the railroad industry working as a broker for the Chicago and Rock Island Railroad. He later got involved with construction and raising capital for the Mississippi and Missouri Railroad in 1853.

  10. On October 24th, 1863, Durant incorporated the Adirondack Company and started building the line to North Creek. This must have been a side project for him as he was in the thick of building tracks west for the Union Pacific. He served in different times as President, Vice President and General Manager of the railroad until his death.
    Durant died at his home in North Creek on October 5th, 1885. He is buried at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, NY.

  11. The M&M built the first bridge over the Mississippi River in 1856 and when steam boaters sued them after hitting it, Durant hired attorney Abraham Lincoln to defend themselves – a decision that was later to help him get the Union Pacific Railroad involved with the first transcontinental railroad.
    Durant had a ruthless reputation for hurting anyone for his own personal gain. Manipulating stocks and getting around regulations was normal for him; including the famous Credit Mobilier scam.

  12. The M&M built the first bridge over the Mississippi River in 1856 and when steam boaters sued them after hitting it, Durant hired attorney Abraham Lincoln to defend themselves – a decision that was later to help him get the Union Pacific Railroad involved with the first transcontinental railroad.
    Durant had a ruthless reputation for hurting anyone for his own personal gain. Manipulating stocks and getting around regulations was normal for him; including the famous Credit Mobilier scam.

  13. OMG.. OH YEAH.. PEOPLE.. LISTEN TO THAT BELL…..
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    WHAT A NICE TRAIN… NICE BIG AND LONG AND DARK…… AND SMOOOTH… ALL OVER THE TRACK……
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  14. OMG.. OH YEAH.. PEOPLE.. LISTEN TO THAT BELL…..
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    WHAT A NICE TRAIN… NICE BIG AND LONG AND DARK…… AND SMOOOTH… ALL OVER THE TRACK……
    OH YEAH…. OH YEAH… OMG…. UHHHHHHH…. F.UUUUUUCKK… YEAH.
    I LIKE THAT BABY…
    HERITAGE… ….. HEAVEN..
    MM

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