Jan 18, 2012
Kenneth L. Anthony with the Texas Limited--
See ya next week!!!
Too bad they could not keep that train going. It was a lot of fun. I rode it a number of times. They could not run it fast enough over the old GH&H line to make two round trips a day. UP had all the signals at grade crossings set for slow moving freights and did not want to change them. They had to pay the same insurance no matter how many trips they made so in the end they just could not afford it. Hurricane Ike then took out what was left of the equipment stored in Galveston. The F7's were cut up.