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Remarks: Almost to the Knox and Kane/B&P Interchange, the JBKA ducks under one of the many bridges that it's soon to be cargo has pull many of passenger and freight trains over. The JBKA is enroute to the interchange to pick up Knox and Kane #39. #39 was purchased by the George's Creek Railway for restoration. She will be restored into her original Western Maryland Circus scheme by Gerald Altizer and his crew.
I wasn't ready for the horns but the bell gave a warning. These tracks look well maintained. All my life I wondered wherew this tracks went to. I only figured it out a few years ago that it was the ole PA RR. Nice framing.
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