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Old 01-17-2018, 02:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Wow, insane graphics on the video...

Looks like fun.

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Great video! I was at the NNY about 4 years ago for their winter photo shoot, it is a stunning, remote place to visit and the original rail yard and engine house is amazing, well worth the trip waaay out into the country

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My brother-in-law and I were able to get a ride from Silverton to Rockwood and back on a speeder during Rail Fest a few years ago. It was a lot of fun but not very comfortable. Loud and very jiggly, my brother-in-law described it as riding in a Mixmaster. Great way to view the track.
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My brother-in-law and I were able to get a ride from Silverton to Rockwood and back on a speeder during Rail Fest a few years ago. It was a lot of fun but not very comfortable. Loud and very jiggly, my brother-in-law described it as riding in a Mixmaster. Great way to view the track.
Well may not have been very comfortable but that is how they ride and I had to use one everyday for track inspection 365 days a year. I enjoyed every min I rode my car. Later RJD
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