Oil Creek & Titusville RR

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Oil Creek & Titusville RR

Postby thebigham » Mon Oct 02, 2017 9:40 pm

I paid a visit to the OC&T on Saturday, September 30.

Driving into town, Titusville had a huge sign for the railroad painted on the side of a building.

MLW M420W #3568 in fresh yellow paint (but no lettering) led the 11 car train! 9 coaches, one open air car and one car of freight!

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Re: Oil Creek & Titusville RR

Postby atsf sp » Wed Oct 18, 2017 4:44 pm

They are a great little organization. Always crowded. That repaint must be new because I was there at easter and it was still shabby in its older paint.
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