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 Posted: Fri Feb 26th, 2016 06:05 pm
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Hi Again Herb.

I think Karen made a good choice with the 'welded' seamless construction.

Spitting out all those rivets whilst eating the caboose wouldn't have been good !

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Quite right, Si--rivets might cause indigestion.

Ties, while eatable were lacking in taste-but the rail was rather tasty. Coal was small bits of chocolate. No shovel--had to use fork

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Happy Birthday Mate!

Um who says the green cardboard is inedible?



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A hearty THANKS to all of you who wished me a Happy. I consider you my worldwide family--a super bunch!!

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Fueled by ice cream I hope!

Happy B-day Herb [toast]



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Great work. :2t:
A multi-mooser for sure!
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Awesome cake, and a happy belated birthday to Herb!



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Thanks !

And Thank You, Ray, for sharing all your superb modeling with us !

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