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Old May 24, 2007, 8:22 PM   #1
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Some of you may recall my interest in model railrodaing and some of the pictures from my layout that I have posted. The following pics however are the real thing: I found a good spot to watch (& photograph) freight trains. I wish my model RR layout looked as good as these Jay




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Old May 24, 2007, 8:33 PM   #2
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Very nicely done...
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Well donepictures, but I think I like your train set better. Something aboutyour set brings ona big smile.
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Old May 25, 2007, 5:38 PM   #4
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Well donepictures, but I think I like your train set better. Something aboutyour set brings ona big smile.
Thanks Harriet! I think I will be hanging out at this spot in the future. I envision better pictures of trains comingin the opposite direction to the one's above. I am continuing to work on my layout and will post more pictures soon.

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nice shots jay,

i've got a story. different forum but someone had posted an image of this weird looking train engine. i'd NEVER seen anything remotely like it before. it had this HUGE fan like structure on either the front or the rear. i couldn't tell which end was which.
he wrote back
"gee, roy, don't you recognize a snow blower?"
he!! no i don't recognize a track mounted snow blower!!!
he!!, i've never seen a personal snow blower, altho i have seen pix of them.
give this southern boy a break. he!!, to me dallas is northern. it snows here every now and then. LOL

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I was going to point out that it DOES snow in Dallas on occasion! I remember winters where I'd keep a bale of hay in the back of my pickup truck for traction when I was living in Copperas Cove.
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