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Statement from Ixion Model Railways Ltd
(The day a wild animal became the leader of a railway, from left to right, Otto, Greenstar, and Driver) The day is July 13th, 2017, and there is a meeting going down on Northfolk and Southern railroad territory.
It is between NS CEO, Mr. Monte, and the white lion, Greenstar, along with his two personal employees, Driver(real name, Kevin, prefers to go by Driver), and and his guard, Otto. Sitting near by in a siding is a train consisting of four locomotives, Highly out of place and unusual for 2017, F units. Also on the train is 6 cars, and a caboose.
After the deal is done, two of the engines go to the Ohio Railway Museum, and the other two are kept for revenue service. Greenstar also has a small Plymouth switcher bought from a local grain elevator since it was working to acquire newer power to shunt cars around the expanding complex.
At the end of the day, the young lion stands in front of one of his engines, along with Otto and Driver, for a photograph of this historic moment, the day a wild animal became the Leader of a railway company.
This article first appeared on model-railroad-hobbyist.com
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