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Train Spotting – Union Pacific’s 844 Steam Engine

UP’s 844 Steam Engine

Climbing the hill out of Glenns Ferry, Idaho this is the Union Pacific Railroad’s 844 Steam Locomotive.

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  1. Hi,

    I just watched one of your videos on how to keep you toilet from not smelling.
    Question, when we bought our first video. One of the things that the seller was recommending was to empty the tanks when you leave to go home, put ice in the tank add water, Landry detergent (it doesn’t suds up) the ice will break up solids left on the tank or stuck to the walls then flush the s..t out of it when you get home.
    Have you heard of this before. Do you see any problem with the ice hitting the level gauge unit?

    Andy Hites
    Hitesaa@gmail.com

    1. Yes, it is a good way to scrub the bottom of the tank. To supercharge that scrubbing omit the detergent and add a couple of cups of coarse kosher salt! That will scrub the tank bottom. I don’t think you’ll have any trouble with it hitting the tank sensors.

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