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Guest johnhenry

new CN paint schemes are friendly?

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Guest johnhenry

http://www.freephoto-i.net/users/sakrojones/freshpaintcv.jpg'>

i stole the flick fromhttp://www.nothingbutfreights.com/.

nice flicks here.

i caught one of these rolling pretty fast yesterday. it had a pretty big panel burner on it.

i noticed CN decided to place the markings higher on these new trains.

are they realizing what the average size piece is and designing the cars so its less work for them to clean up afterwards?

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Guest johnhenry
Originally posted by -Rage-

montreal, eh?

... ... uh huh.

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Guest rolldafukout

did a canadian pacific railway lastnight be on the look out canada!

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a lot of people begin to appreciate trains that aren't painted almost as much as one's that are.

that's why some folks flik clean trains or old ones or what have you.

i can't say how long you've dug frieghts, but after a while, you start to just like trains too i think.

that's how it was for me at least. .

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Guest evidence
Originally posted by funkmonkey

i just wanna know why a clean train was photographed. seems like a waste of film.

oh, that is this new art fag trend on 12oz. its really "deep" to do that... so do it and you will still be wasting film, but at least everyone on here will like you.

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Guest HAL

As far as I know, CN and CV have always had their flats laid out like that...at least since I been painting.

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Originally posted by evidence

oh, that is this new art fag trend on 12oz. its really "deep" to do that... so do it and you will still be wasting film, but at least everyone on here will like you.

 

 

railroad woot woot

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Guest Merdle
Originally posted by HAL

As far as I know, CN and CV have always had their flats laid out like that...at least since I been painting.

The company logos are smaller, thats the only difference I see. The load limits and black boxes are still laid out the same..

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Guest YinzerXpress

ya the company logos do look smaller

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