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 Posted: Mon May 15th, 2017 02:35 pm
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What are you suggesting?  That's FIREWOOD in that trailer !!!!


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 Posted: Mon May 15th, 2017 04:11 pm
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WWHHOOOOPPSS !!  :w:


That Model-T must be able to go MILES with a tender that full of wood for the boiler ! ;)


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 Posted: Tue May 16th, 2017 02:35 am
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when you move from White

rock Lake will you have a new lake close by to throw computers in?



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 Posted: Tue May 16th, 2017 02:36 pm
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Where abouts in the country are you moving Woodie?
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 Posted: Tue May 16th, 2017 05:23 pm
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Howdy Charles, Stephen...Yes, there are lakes around where we will be locating, I don't throw my puter in the lakes but W Rock Lake has maybe 4 old cell phones of mine. One of them made 5 skips! We are looking at some small (podunk) towns to the east, away from Dallas!

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In a while, this train will depart the enginehouse/smelter yards area to head up to the end of the line at Pinos Altos. There, #3 Rosa will follow with the tour cars while #1 brings down the last ore cars and water cars. The trip back will take awhile, many stops will be made along the way to fetch up more rolling stock and allow the riders to breathe in coal smoke and juniper for one last time.
There will be more photos in a little bit.



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 Posted: Wed May 17th, 2017 10:36 pm
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used to fish Ray Hubbard about 1995 when I lived in Plano was in Rollet and Paris last week around midnight. like the picture
 



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A quick update...the SCPA&M is in pieces in the garage where it (hopefully) will rise again, remember the Phoenix. I hadn't moved in years so this time, since I am years older, it is a pain in the a$$ and there is so much crap to unpack that I sometimes feel like having a big bonfire in the back yard! The saga continues...


So, here's an oldie and this scene may just live again.



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W C Greene wrote: So, here's an oldie and this scene may just live again.

Let's hope so Woodie. along with as much of the rest of the stuff as possible. No bonfires please!

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was going to call you when i was in mt vernon last week since i haven't harassed you in a while glad i didn't distract you from moving hopefully it will be over soon and you can get back to updates



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Hey Woodie, glad your getting settled in... I was cruising the old Mogollon Railway thread the other day and found a comment made about getting some Gila monsters for the railway... did you ever find any?



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