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 Posted: Fri Nov 26th, 2010 06:46 am
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Ronnie D.
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Dwayne,

Small locos are all I'd ever run on my layouts !!!!  because of my sharp tight curves. and do you have any of your work posted on  this site.

And who's the builder of this neat backwoods locomotive !!!! I need one of these for my layout.:bow:

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 Posted: Fri Nov 26th, 2010 12:04 pm
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My job as a over the road trucker limits time modeling. Don't even have a layout. :(

But I've cobbled this little lokie together over the past few months while on the road in the sleeper of my truck...

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 Posted: Fri Nov 26th, 2010 05:27 pm
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That neat little lokie is the work of Dave D, who is the founder, financier, and guiding light of FreeRails. We don't hear very much from him lately, as he is taking a well deserved rest, and spending some quality time with his family. Like MacArthur, he will return, and share more great models with us----Right Dave?


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 Posted: Sat Nov 27th, 2010 12:26 am
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Ronnie-here's one of my little pokey lokies. #2 "Rudy"...



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 Posted: Sat Nov 27th, 2010 07:09 am
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Woodie,

I really like your work !!!!:bow: Great looking loco, It looks like it been in service so long it's held together with glue and spit !!!! (laughing) !!!  Well Done !!!!

Do you get to run your stuff on the Outlaws club layout !!!

Ronnie D. :cb:                                                           

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 Posted: Sat Nov 27th, 2010 02:25 pm
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Ronnie-yes, I have run stuff on the Outlaws show layouts. One of these days, I may be able to "convince" the guys to go wireless...right now, a couple of Outlaws have r/c locos...they need more! Glad to know that you have heard of them, I am an original member and stay on the fringe now. Send us some more photos, we love to loook at great modeling like yours.

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 Posted: Wed Dec 1st, 2010 07:52 am
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Herb,

Thanks again about info on  Dave's little Lokie, The reason I'd ask about it because it reminded me of and old On30 Backwoods logging project I build a couple of years ago. I had sort through a bunch of old  floppy disk to find this photo.

Ronnie D.:cb:


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