Ride the Rails for Cancer 2010 Photos

RTRFC 2010

Brian & Linda Saul pose for some video shots while ABC27's meteorologist, Chuck Rhodes humors Linda over the angle.

RTRFC 2010

Brian & Linda Saul pose for some video shots while ABC27's meteorologist, Chuck Rhodes humors Linda over the angle.

RTRFC 2010

Ryan Emrick explains switching operations in the yard to Chuck as the train is backed into the yard for the night.

RTRFC 2010

Chuck enjoying the view from the cupola

RTRFC 2010

It's Saturday morning and we're ready to kick off the event, Ride the Rails for Cancer 2010! The CRHS is running the entire show this year, as CRHS members are operating the event on the ground and on the rail. CRHS member Ryan Emrick is our Engineer today while April Kline looks on.

RTRFC 2010

We were running full cabooses on nearly every trip this year as ridership came close to almost doubling from last year! Who's that guy from Jonestown in the red shirt & shades? Nate Novack! How about the guy on the 21165's platform with the CRHS hat? The infamous Grant Lowry! CRHS events bring out a great showing of members and we always have a good time!

RTRFC 2010

The RTRFC train rolls east over route 230

RTRFC 2010

CRHS resident signal expert and Conrail Quarterly Co-Editor, Joe Marchinchin (right) ensures our Route 230 crossing signals are operational as a local resident (left) covers his ears as the Alco blows for the crossing. Amateur!

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Another HUGE thank you to Fast Signs of Harrisburg for this years, now magnetic cancer awareness ribbons!

RTRFC 2010

Brock Kerchner waves good bye from the platform of the privately owned cupola caboose as the Alco smokes it up running east out of town!

RTRFC 2010

Riders of all ages enjoying the sights and sounds!

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Set up in the morning

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Brock Kerchner and Steve Ondik with the privately owned cupola caboose that tagged along during the trips.

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Happy riders aboard the 21165! The CRHS member at left is Lucas, son of Nate Novack.

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Big head little hat Kerchner!

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