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A Ride Down the Rails in Montana

Tuesday, June 23, 2015


A little taste of riding down the rails in a railroad "speeder" near Dixon, MT.
Here's a link to my blog, "Montana Speeder Run 2015" describing the trip:

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... and two other video blog's of our trip also:

"More on the Rails in Montana":

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"Turning a Railcar"

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For those of you who haven’t read my blog describing our unusual hobby, here’s the link:

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Next week, on to Coos Bay, Oregon and another blog to come….
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  • no profile photo CD14034154
    This reminds me of visiting at my grandparents one year when I was about 13, and we took the train up the mountain, as a scenic tour. Of course it wasn't near as fast as yours, as it was a coal engine, and we stood in box cars. The train even had a smoke stack that blew coal remains from the smoke all over our clothes.

    Blessings!

    - Nancy Jean -
    GA
    1934 days ago
  • CARA-DAWN-SONG
    This is amazing I would so love this. The video is good and the still pictures brilliant off to read more of what you did.
    1943 days ago
  • TEXASFILLY
    How fun! Since they're called "speeders." how fast do they go? The girls look like they're having front seat fun! Thanks again for sharing~ *hugs* BB~
    1947 days ago
  • no profile photo CD14903239
    Wish I was on it with you....looks like so much fun!!! emoticon
    1947 days ago
  • 4CYNDI
    Can't see videos on this machine, but I loved the still pictures. Looks and sounds like a great time!
    1947 days ago
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