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 Posted: Tue Aug 1st, 2017 08:35 am
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Thank you for posting, Bob! As always you have done an outstanding job. I look forward to your additions to Genesceo.



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Things sure move slowly in Geneseo.  I imagine with prohibition that there isn't a need to rush.  After all there is no pub to go to.  I did manage to add window frames and a roof top water tower to Westermeier's.

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Also began another brick building next to Westemeier's.  Not certain as I never plan ahead but it may be a part of the Westermeier complex.

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Why not have three buildings under way at once?  Began a small maintenance shed at Geneseo engine facility.

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I always enjoy seeing new pictures of your railway.  What is the green thing on the right side of the last picture? Is it attached to a tree or a pole? Some sort of electrical box?
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Bootlegbar wrote: I always enjoy seeing new pictures of your railway.  What is the green thing on the right side of the last picture? Is it attached to a tree or a pole? Some sort of electrical box?
Stephen
Correct....the switch box for the light pole at the engine service area.  No photocell operation in 1927!

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Maintenance shed is now sided, roofed and has first coat of paint.

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The maintenance shed is complete now.  Of course it needs clutter and details inside and out.  

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Hey Bob, don't forget a foundation, wouldn't want that nice shed door to rot away. Wood in contact with dirt, not a good situation.

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Larry G wrote: Hey Bob, don't forget a foundation, wouldn't want that nice shed door to rot away. Wood in contact with dirt, not a good situation.

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Rural site in 1927.     Consider the rest of layout...I like rot!

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