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Shop Tour at Knotts Berry farm

Named for noted rail photographer Fred Jukes, the "Jukes Tree" is one of the most popular railfanning spots on the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad http://tinyurl.com/RRN-CTSR. Located roughly a half mile north of the Chama Yard, this spot is nicely lit for the morning departure of the train to Antonito. In this scene, Locomotive 484, a Baldwin K-36 lifts the "pops" as she hauls the heaviest consist she can take on this trip without help. This was supposed to be a double-header, but a maintenance problem with another locomotive left 484 to go it alone on the run up to Cumbres Pass. A few miles up the line, the stack-talk from this old girl left no doubt she was definitely earning her keep. Photo by Kevin Madore. 9/25/09. http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=299118

Norfolk Southern and the Fort Wayne Historical Society get off to an early predawn start passing through Duncannon at 5:56 AM en route to Lewistown. Once there, elated passengers will board for a round trip to Altoona including a trip around the famed Horseshoe Curve. What a great show! Many thanks to all involved, especially NS and the FWHS (of which I am contributing member). You can be too - show your support by going to http://tinyurl.com/FWHS-membership. Photo by Mitch Goldman. 5/25/13 http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=438008