Jase has probably clocked as many hours inside train yards as a 10-year full-time railroad employee. We love seeing new, well painted panels pop up from him after all these years
These two are both legends in varying degrees and to see them together taking out an autorack end-2-end is an excellent catch.
20 years later and somehow this Jase is still strolling around the U.S.
Kems received the nasty stamp on this wholecar and Jase saw it as an opportunity to slide in with one of his iconic throw ups.
For being painted 17 years ago, this Jase sure has endured and preserved itself well. Apparently this was a “Portland Special Edition.”
That freeway is now gone along with the building. Anok, Log and Jase on the roof, while MQ and Tie hold it down on the freeway level.
Take it way back to 1994 (it that really 20 years ago now?) in Washington D.C. and Jase was tearing up the yards with pieces like this. Still burns most of the graffiit being painted today.
This Abhor and Jase freight on an old Southern Pacific flat has managed to survive since 2001. Thirteen years running and still holding up strong. Must be that classic Rust-Oleum paint that was made
Every Friday we feature someone old or new, traditional or unconventional, active or not, and so on. This week’s spotlight is on Jase.