WW&F video on Utube

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WW&F video on Utube

Postby tom c » Thu Oct 29, 2020 9:49 am

For those that like 2ft steam, the Railroad ran a charter a few weeks back and this is one man's view of the day .

https://youtu.be/7mtn4xDvPRk

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Re: WW&F video on Utube

Postby Fitz » Thu Oct 29, 2020 12:54 pm

Thanks for a very entertaining video, lots of steam from that little locomotive, pretty fall colors, nice reflection shot. The word "timeless" gets over used, but I think it would apply here at least to when that truck was built. Loved it.
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Re: WW&F video on Utube

Postby Charles T. McCullough » Sat Oct 31, 2020 7:02 am

Fitz wrote:Thanks for a very entertaining video, lots of steam from that little locomotive, pretty fall colors, nice reflection shot. The word "timeless" gets over used, but I think it would apply here at least to when that truck was built. Loved it.


Nice sharp and square exhaust too. Excellent operation all around.
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Re: WW&F video on Utube

Postby John Bohon » Wed Nov 04, 2020 7:22 am

This is an excellent video and something we should strive to do more. While the color and quality are above the standards of the time represented in the video it is still a good recreation of the past. If we are going to educate we need to be doing more of this sort of thing. I hope to see similar videos coming from the East Broad Top in the future.

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