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Nickel Plate Road (more..)
Alco PA (more..)
ORHF facility (more..)
Portland, Oregon, USA (more..)
June 28, 2012
Locomotive No./Train ID Photographer
190 (more..)
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Andrew Robb (more..)
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The "Nickel plate brothers" sit side by side outside the new ORHF facility near OMSI. Since the Brooklyn Roundhouse has been evacuated of ALL equiptment everything is being stored outside inside the new secure facility property while the new building is being finished for move in. Security is tight so please respect the railroad and ORHF property by not tresspassing.
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  ApertureFNumber  f/4.0
  Make  Canon
  Model  Canon EOS 60D
  ExposureTime  8/1
  ISOSpeedRatings  100
  Flash  16
  FocalLength  24/1



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