Author Topic: LIRC at the Whiteland Crossing  (Read 681 times)


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LIRC at the Whiteland Crossing
« on: September 16, 2009, 09:24:16 PM »
As I approached the Whiteland Rd crossing of the LIRC the crossing signal lights started flashing so I pulled into the parking lot on the southeast side of the tracks. Could immediately hear the whistle blowing for the crossing and had about 10 seconds to get out of the car and shoot some pics. Was graced with LIRC 2378 in the lead with 2376 in the support role.

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