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Thu Sep 17 09:47:35 EDT 2015
I know all of what you are saying --- it has been discussed here in depth in the past --- but the main, which the approaching train is on, would certainly align better if the ess was eliminated. What would be the objection to that?
Mike Pierry, Jr.
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> On Sep 17, 2015, at 8:23 AM, NW Mailing List <nw-mailing-list at nwhs.org> wrote:
> What "shoo-fly" is that? "I don't see no stinking shoo-fly".
> Are you speaking of the apparent "ess" curve caused by the approaching train entering the siding? If so, keep in mind that the zoom lens has compressed the field of view to where it is much much more compact than it actually is if you were standing looking at that location with your bare eyes.
> Jimmy Lisle
>> On 9/17/2015 7:27 AM, NW Mailing List wrote:
>> Watching the approaching 37Q meet waiting 23G brought up the thought that, with the on-going siding extension work, this would be a good time to take out that "shoo-fly" in Glade Spring.
>> Mike Pierry, Jr.
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