2014-08-14 RGS #5 Durango to Silverton by ArizonaLorne
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The first D & S passenger train passes in the rain.
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Climbing the hill in the rain with maximum tonnage, it was tremendously LOUD!!
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Louie giving Jack final instructions: "Two shorts on the air horn means go forward". I'm sure that's what Louie said!!
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The rain was letting up for our first run-by.
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Conductor Paul Carson throwing the switch so #5 can clear the main
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It's a furr piece down the cliff
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Volunteers Bill and Kathryn White maned the souvenir part of #5
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Tacoma hydro-electric plant
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Plant housing for attendants
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We were scheduled for a plant tour, but the attendant was unexpectedly called away. All we could do was shoot thru the expanded metal door. I would recommend the power authority cut a 4 x 4 inch opening for camera usage.
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Goose talk between Louie, John and Paul
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Joe in communication with the motorman for the backup move.
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Ready for departure after having lunch at Cascade Wye.
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John Randall is enjoying his turn as motorman.
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