Old 04-27-2007, 02:45 PM   #1
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Exclamation NS OCS/Kentucky Derby Train Schedule?

does anyone have the schedule for the norfolk-southern ocs kentucky derby train?

i'd like to find out if/when it will be passing thru the cincinnati area.

thanks in advance for any help.
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Old 04-27-2007, 04:40 PM   #2
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I don't have too much information to pass along but here are two reports I have:

NS 955 at East Conway (Pittsburgh,PA) @ 15:20 04/26/07
NS 955 at MP 191 Fort Wayne Line @ 21:38 04/26/07
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Old 04-27-2007, 04:44 PM   #3
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thanks, brad!

if you are privvy to any more reports, would you mind posting?

in the mean time, i am continuing to attempt finding info from my end.
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Information gathered from TO.com stated that the route was Conway, Alliance, Mansfield, Columbus, Cincinnati, Danville, and Louisville.

A report stated it was about 2 hours away from Louisville not long ago. It seems like you will have to wait for the return trip.
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thanks again, brad!

i'm going to keep watching trainorders.com in anticipation of a return trip.

i appreciate the help.

give my regards to everyone back in da 'burgh.



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penn hills high school class of '78

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CMU 09 right here. Brad is a lowly DuqU '10
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CMU 09 right here. Brad is a lowly DuqU '10
let's not hold that agains him.

i guess i should 'fess-up for the two years (pre-cmu) that i spent on the other side of the panther hollow bridge...

GO TARTANS!
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i guess i should 'fess-up for the two years (pre-cmu) that i spent on the other side of the panther hollow bridge...

GO TARTANS!
At least you had a sports team to cheer for during those two years. Still waiting for the day Gesling sellouts a sporting event.
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Information gathered from TO.com stated that the route was Conway, Alliance, Mansfield, Columbus, Cincinnati, Danville, and Louisville.

A report stated it was about 2 hours away from Louisville not long ago. It seems like you will have to wait for the return trip.
Hey Brad, when is the return trip, and will they use the same line on the way back?
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