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Some where here on MLS some one asked a Question about "Y"'s Then some one posted a picture of a wye north of Sacramento CA I think it was.

I aksde what that particular Wye was for? No I cant find the post to see of someone answered my question.

Anybody remember what I am taling about.?
 

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Here ya go.

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Just a FYI, a quick way to locate a lost topic that you've posted a reply to is go to your MLS Forum User Profile. Then click the View Posts By User link just to the right of your Posts: count. When the results are returned scroll to the bottom of the page and use the navigation control (i.e. the >> icon) to jump to the last page, which lists the most recent posts that you've made. If not found on the last page, then back up one page at a time until you locate the topic.
 

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Posted By John J on 04/09/2008 9:09 PM

Some where here on MLS some one asked a Question about "Y"'s Then some one posted a picture of a wye north of Sacramento CA I think it was. I aksde what that particular Wye was for? No I cant find the post to see of someone answered my question. Anybody remember what I am taling about.?


It's no wonder you are having a hard time finding it when the thread was mis-named (and misspelled) googel earth. Of course, what we are talking about here is the Keddie Wye. You will find that by clicking onto either link I just provided or by clicking onto the image below:



This question you posed, John J, aptly illustrates the need to properly NAME a thread before posting a topic as a new thread. After all, who is going to look for "googel earth" (misspelled) when they're really trying to find " Keddie Wye?"




You can also look at my own current thread, the Phase II Update, where I am about to examine the remnants of the Northern Pacific wye at Cle Elum.
 

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It took me three years to figure out what JJ was posting. If JJ starts spelling correctly, I won't be able to understand him./DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/mls/emoticons/laugh.gif

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Thank you all for your posts. No wonder I could not find it.

My mext question is Is it still in use?

And.....Is it just a junction that forms a Wye?

It's not used to turn trains around.
 

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Posted By John J on 04/12/2008 7:28 AM

Thank you all for your posts. No wonder I could not find it. My mext question is Is it still in use? And.....Is it just a junction that forms a Wye? It's not used to turn trains around.


As I understand the responses on that thread, the full wye configuration is in place but the wye is not used as anything more than a junction.
 
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