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 Post subject: Re: Filisur Webcam log..
PostPosted: Sun Dec 02, 2018 5:58 am 
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Some shunting perhaps - this and a few previous -
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 Post subject: Re: Filisur Webcam log..
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move along, nothing to see....

it appears to have got in the way of the regular service.


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 Post subject: Re: Filisur Webcam log..
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Looks to me they're moving the engines to the other end, heading for Davos??

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 Post subject: Re: Filisur Webcam log..
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Interesting sequence with the APCE stock and two, re-liveried Ge 4/4ii ...

Begins https://www.schmalspurbahn.ch/filisur/webcam/m1812021246553 and continues until the train is parted at https://www.schmalspurbahn.ch/filisur/webcam/m1812021307559.

Odd that it first appears backwards,without appearing earlier.. I also note that only 620 has its pantograph up (and the nearest one, indicating it's recently been pushing), and that while that 620 has a tapering image of a train of Bex Panoramas, t'other has a G3/4 on its side. I thought it was only us modellers who put an electric motor behind an image of a steam lok... :ymdevil:

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It was a special working Chur-Davos Platz-Filisur-Reichenau-Disentis-Chur


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702 taking 801 home


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Very handy, get to Samedan or Pontresina, 702 gets out of the way and 801 carries on. :-B :-B

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Gotcha! (just)

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rare Sunday freight train

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All those last minute must have Christmas items!

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Full or empty? I wonder.


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Empty, heading to Landquart for more supplies.

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Excellent!!!! - I want to start weathering a set of these shortly, perfect reference photos.


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Hi Jim,

Season's Greetings and all that...

Should you really want to get 'accurate' with Coop containers, their refrigeration units (there are at least three different types, mounted in three different positions - an ideal project for 3D printing, I'd have thought..), and their weathering, I can help. I have recorded 60-odd images of different, mainly single Coop containers at Alp Grüm, and whereas those three trundling through Filisur show a remarkable degree of similarity, in the 'real world' they show considerable variety from pristinely clean to filthy everywhere except along the oft-cleaned sides, so a rake ought to show at least some of that variety if it is to reflect reality...

If you want me to forward them to you, you'd be very welcome, but only after Santa has been, the presents he leaves opened, the various required beverages imbibed and far too much food of traditional varieties consumed for belt-tightening comfort... :ymdevil: :ymparty: i-)

Until then, my kind regards to you and yours, Andy


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 Post subject: Re: Filisur Webcam log..
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I'd like to see them Andy. Once you've recovered of course. Merry Christmas!


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