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 Posted: Sun Oct 26th, 2014 11:39 pm
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Herb Kephart
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Wow Reg--you did a terrific job with the pictures--especially the last of Tillie.

Really rough when a little kid gets something like that, she is a little charmer.

Like the ''ring the bell'' loco also. Shame that you didn't get a couple more shots of that, including the mentioned backhead shot.

But you did have luck with the weather!!

Good job!!

Herb



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 Posted: Mon Oct 27th, 2014 04:31 am
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Reg H
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Herb Kephart wrote:
Wow Reg--you did a terrific job with the pictures--especially the last of Tillie.

Really rough when a little kid gets something like that, she is a little charmer.

Like the ''ring the bell'' loco also. Shame that you didn't get a couple more shots of that, including the mentioned backhead shot.

But you did have luck with the weather!!

Good job!!

Herb


I expect to return sans children. I would like to wander around Mineral between train arrivals when there would be fewer folks present.

I haven't done a lot of railfanning since my long time railfan partner and close friend, John Henderson, passed away in 2007.

It is about time I got back into it.

Reg



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Nice pics, and cute kids!



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