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On 9/24/2021 at 11:20 AM, RobertE said:

Jerryy,

I really like your train photos. I've seen the RJ Corman diesels in New Philadelphia, OH.

Perhaps you can label future photos with the area they were taken in?

Many thanks for sharing.

Robert

I will give it a try. Mostly these posted so far are taken all over Kentucky and Indiana (both in the USA).

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