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Soo Line

Discussion in 'Metal Heads' started by boxer_kid29, Jan 9, 2003.

  1. boxer_kid29

    boxer_kid29 New Jack

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    Soo Line

    Discussion started by boxer_kid29 - Jan 9, 2003

    I'm pretty new to the fr8 scene and have almost no idea how the system works. the trains that come through my city all have like a wheat pic on them and say soo line. what is the soo line and where does it go? oh and if anyone from ______ knows of a active yard in _________ gimme a holla cuz i cant find but a lil lay up.
     
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  2. krowteN

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    krowteN - Replied Jan 9, 2003

    first
     
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  3. boxer_kid29

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    boxer_kid29 - Replied Jan 9, 2003

    huh?
     
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  4. Cracked Ass

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    Well, if you're new to the freight scene and this board, the first thing I recommend is not mentioning your location. Railcops come here and want to know where you paint. Someone else might already run the spots near you, and they don't want their town mentioned either.
    "First" is a stupid thing some retarded people say. It means they are the first person to reply to a new thread. Whoop de fucking doo.
    As for Soo Line, they were based out of Wisconsin originally, but I believe Canadian Pacific bought them out and controls those cars now. A lot of writers prize the crusty Soo Line boxcars (badly rusted white cars with red doors); nothing wrong with the hoppers either but hoppers tend to get slower play than boxes.
     
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    Cracked Ass - Replied Jan 9, 2003

    As for asking people where the nearest yard is, nobody from your area or otherwise is going to help you, except to say "look at a map". Spots are getting crowded these days, so finding spots yourself is now the very first minimum criterion for showing enough interest to get up on trains in the first place. And as I said, somebody may already run the spots near you, so if you get rolled on or otherwise advised that the spot "belongs" to somebody, reply with some diplomacy and respect, or you could be looking at some beef right away.
     
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  6. cheesecurd

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    cheesecurd - Replied Jan 9, 2003

    lemme guess

    you're probably in some midwestern state...and I'm gonna go out on a limb and say probably in milwaukee. if you're painting them be very safe cause CP RAIL is really really harsh on writers there.
     
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    40ozbreath - Replied Jan 10, 2003

    i see soo line rarely where im at and only the hoppers. if you find a spot where you can paint dont worry about what kind of trains they are , paint them because its hard enough to even find a spot any more
     
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    boxer_kid29 - Replied Jan 10, 2003

    Thanks yall, are hoppers the ones with the lil funnel things on the bottem...i understand why noone will tell me where to go paint..ill do it old school and walk the line..
     
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    krowteN - Replied Jan 10, 2003

    note to self:
    It's bad message board etiquette to reply 'first' to a post.
    Curse my wretched hide.
    I have offended the great all seeing all knowing exalted ruler of the 12oz prophet online community.
    I shall perish in hell for all of eternity.

    go get laid dipshit. its not even that serious.
     
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