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Re: Brainstorming

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07-27-2013 16:45:38

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Bad! Think of all the polution and the millions that died during that era. Think of all the exhaust filters and DEF it would take to clean the exhaust from one of these. Think of all the CO2 and the global warming back then. The EPA has fixed or environment and now people live twice the age! Oops couldn't help the sarcasm there. It would be quite enjoyable to see those engines run again, doing what they used to do.

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07-28-2013 05:15:18

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 Re: Brainstorming in reply to LarrySTN, 07-27-2013 16:45:38  
Union Pacific is going to restore one of the "Big Boy" engines.

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07-28-2013 10:01:24

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 Re: Brainstorming in reply to twostepn2001, 07-28-2013 05:15:18  
Thanks for the great news! I didn't dream that was possible. I was thinking, the way our government spends money, I think it would be worthwhile to subsidize (if necessary, better if it can be done privately) for posterity to have one of those operating for future generations to see, they might not believe their eyes! If they run that occasionally I'll have to put that on my "bucket list" of things to see!

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