|RJ Corma HQ in Lexington, KY|
The focus of the trip was golf and family events, so not too much time for rail fanning. Nonetheless, I managed to sneak in a couple photos of rail scenes we spotted on the way.
|View of the NS yard in Williamson, WV as we speed by - no time to stop according to CINCHOUSE (aka Alicia)|
|Pusher on a east bound coal train into Alliance, NE.|
After Grand Teton NP, we drove to Utah and stayed for two nights with Brian and Michelle Brendel. One full day was a work day on Brian's N Scale CSX Mountain Sub layout.
Brian had a full do list for me to work on. I got almost all the tasks done, plus a few others not on the list in 14 hours of work. That evening, the Friday Night Group showed up and had an amazingly productive work session. A few more sessions like that and Brian will be able to run trains, now all he had to do is lay some track.
|Brian briefing me on my do |
list for the day. I got all but one
done, plus a few extra tasks,
|Steve Blodget carving rocks on Jackson River|
|Danica helping Brian install hills at Panther Gap. Somehow I got blamed for Brian's head wound.|