Steam Coal Drag in Hinton, West Virginia

Chesapeake and Ohio HO model Railroad in Bay Area of California. This layout is based upon the prototype and the Main Yard is Hinton West Virginia. You will see a cola drag coming into Hinton Yard, a helper engine added to the end of train in front of caboose and then the train going up the hill to other end of layout. Steam engines use Tsunami sound decoders and Digital system is NCE. (I taped this at 320 with 15 FPS and will record it again at higher resolution someday)
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South West Train ride from London to Portsmouth HD

Watch in High Definition! As part of my recent trip to Europe, we rode a South West Trains Service from London Waterloo Station to Portsmouth Harbour Station in the port city of Portsmouth. The trains are powered by 3rd rail and move rapidly across the countryside. The video includes departing London Waterloo Station, several announcements, the interior of the train, bits and pieces of the ride, and arrival into Portsmouth Harbour Station. Visit www.bnsffan.webs.com for more awesome railfanning stuff! Enjoy!
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An electric train is moving north at 100mph and a wind is blowing to the west at 10mph…?

Question by т20★: An electric train is moving north at 100mph and a wind is blowing to the west at 10mph…?
…….Which way does the smoke blow?

Best answer:

Answer by Ululator
If it’s smoking, that train should deffo stop.

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An electric train is going East 40 mph and the wind is blowing WEst 50 mph. Got it? Which way is the?

Question by Bug: An electric train is going East 40 mph and the wind is blowing WEst 50 mph. Got it? Which way is the?
trains smoke blowing?

Best answer:

Answer by jumbobret
Straight up.

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ok an electric train is going from east to west which side is the smoke going first to answer 10pts?

Question by notmicelf: ok an electric train is going from east to west which side is the smoke going first to answer 10pts?

Best answer:

Answer by dumplingmuffin
electric= no smoke

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West Lancs. Railway – A short visit.

On the Sunday of the Windmill Farm Gala I took an hour off and drove the seven miles to the north to Hesketh Bank for a ride on the two foot gauge West Lancs. Railway. Kerr Stuart, Stanhope was in steam bearing its painted Tattoo name on the saddle tank. I watched it prepare a train and took the first train to Delph and back before returning to the WFR. For prospective and exisiting customers – this will appear in our annual Steamin’ Around on the Narrow Gauge DVD, later in the year, along with shots of Statfold, Amerton, Golden Valley and other narrow gauge lines visited in 2007. Al. nb all these episodes plus WLR now on a DVD for a fiver plus £1.25 p/p see www.pmvideo.co.uk for details. Locomotives The West Lancashire Light Railway as previously noted has eight steam locomotives on site; Irish Mail, 0-4-0st, Hunslet ‘Alice’ class, Ex. Dinorwic Slate Quarry, Wales, Operational. Joffre, 0-6-0t+wt, Kerr Stuart ‘Joffre’ class, Ex. WW1 French Artillery Railways, Under Restoration. Montalban, 0-4-0t+wt, Orenstein and Koppel, Ex. Minas de Utrillas, Spain, Operational. Utrillas, 0-4-0t+wt, Orenstein and Koppel, Ex. Minas de Utrillas, Spain, Operational. No. 45, 0-6-0t+wt, Chrzanow ‘LAS’ class, Ex. Polish 2ft. Gauge, Static Dislplay. Stanhope, 0-4-2st, Kerr Stuart ‘Tattoo’ class, Ex. Penrhyn Slate Quarry, Wales, Operational. No.47, 0-8-0t, Henschel, Ex. WW1 German Feldbahn, Awaiting Restoration. No.48, 0-4-2t, Fowler, Ex. Sena Sugar Estates, Mozambique, Awaiting Restoration