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Louisiana Pacific Timber Train?

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It's why waterford has lots of timber trains, it's part owned by coillte and produces ply and different types of wood products.It's called smartply now. The timber trains arrive in the yard where the loads are unloaded and put on lorries which go to the plant. Still can t figure out why they didn' t put a spur off the new Ross line.

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Loco 163 Galway with a Louisiana Pacific Timber train

 

What's the "Lousiana Pacific" reference here? Never heard that before!

 

For a minute I had visions of an American lumber company like Georgia Pacific or Weyerhaeuser running its own logging trains in Ireland with Shays, Heislers and end cab switchers like the good ol USA

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