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PostPosted: Wed Oct 20, 2004 8:40 am 
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Yes, those are the ones, Tom. I can't read the writing on them to see if they belong to the RhB, but I'm guessing that they are not.
I'm not sure about the station platform precast pieces, but since they have demobed the large hydraulic crane, I suspect they are finished. Maybe HJ will update us on the station when he next checks in.

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Hi all,

The platform roof will be all the way back to where the pavement is already installed.

I'll post some pictures on Tuesday and some description how the install went the second night.

Didn't see those cars while we were there.

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 24, 2004 5:17 pm 
Looks like they started the new "reduced budget" Glacier Express service.... :twisted:

http://webcam.schmalspurbahn.ch/Filisur ... 4092058221

Sorry, I didn't realise the link wasn't working. It should be OK now.


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Hi all,

Check out the freight at 07:22

http://webcam.schmalspurbahn.ch/Filisur ... 2072203217

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 12, 2004 9:10 am 
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Check out the freight at 07:22


That looks like a money maker to me... or the rest of the train got left behind at Tiefencastel due to a bad coupler - should have used H&L. :twisted:


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Tom,

That's a freight heading to Chur/Landquart. :wink:

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That's a freight heading to Chur/Landquart. :wink:


You're right HJ, Bergun then. I had it backwards, it's been a long time. I guess I should start planning another trip.


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Check it out!

There's finally some real snow at Filisur, instead of traces!

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There is something special about snow and those red trains, isn't there? I find that the webcam pictures are also a little brighter thanks to the sun reflecting off the snow as well.
Unlike the majority of the people here in Victoria, I am crossing my fingers for a dusting of snow for some picture taking and snowplowing opportunities.

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Just discovered...

They now have a Tm 2/2 stationed at Filisur

http://webcam.schmalspurbahn.ch/Filisur ... 3094739169

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Excellent! I wonder what number it is?

It's interesting to see how different people react to different locomotives: On the weekend I had an old friend drop by, and normally he wouldn't say too much about my rolling stock but when he saw the little orange Tm2/2#25 he must have raved on about it for ten minutes! He picked it up, commented on the lettering etc. and I pretty much had to pry it out of his hands! It's also a big hit with everyone in my family, and is now known affectionately as "Orangey". Now if I can just get it to make it over the switches without stopping! :roll:

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Hi all,

Check the webcam at 16:44!

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HJ-

Wow. At first, I wondered if this was real or an LGB model. After I zoomed into the picture, I could see th baggage car was properly painted.

My conclusion: This is either real or a scratchbuilt model.

:lol: :lol: :shock:

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[quote="Keith Yundt"]Excellent! I wonder what number it is?

It's also a big hit with everyone in my family, and is now known affectionately as "Orangey".

Hi Keith,

My Orangey is nicknamed "Orangina", and the 92 "the yella fella" :grin:

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Steve: :lol: :grin: :grin:

Of course there are also "krocky", "big red" and "Mavis" to join Orangey!

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