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Pacific Coast Railroad Round-Up May 5-6

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  • Pacific Coast Railroad Round-Up May 5-6

    A few weeks late, but I thought I would show you guys anyway. On the same weekend of the Fullerton Railroad Days, the Pacific Coast Railroad hosted its annual Round-Up event. This year was very successful, and historic. The had a very, uh, Disney guest that weekend. If you are interested in finding out, read the article on their blog at http://pcrailroad.blogspot.com/. The article is very interesting and there are some great photos of the guest and his historic engine.

    Enjoy!
    Last edited by BNeumayr; 05-22-2007, 01:33 AM. Reason: Fixed the URL

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    Re: Pacific Coast Railroad Round-Up May 5-6

    Overall, it's a nice article, although I take a bit of umbrage in calling the Marie E a "Disney" engine. It certainly isn't anything of the kind.

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      Re: Pacific Coast Railroad Round-Up May 5-6

      Well it was owned by Ollie and Lasseter. And didn't it once ride the rails at DL? I could be wrong about that last bit, but I seem to remember and early morning run of the Marie E on the DL tracks a while ago as a special event. But I understand your point.

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