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 Posted: Sat Nov 23rd, 2019 12:06 pm
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Doc and Lee,

I can assure you, as a resident of the Blue Ridge
(2hrs or so from Johnson City)
Sasquatch is a thing here. 

Maybe he hasn't migrated to East Tennessee yet. 
He is as real as the Chem Trails.

:w:




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 Posted: Sat Nov 23rd, 2019 03:36 pm
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Steven B wrote:
I can assure you, as a resident of the Blue Ridge
(2hrs or so from Johnson City)
Sasquatch is a thing here. 

Maybe he hasn't migrated to East Tennessee yet. 
He is as real as the Chem Trails.

:w:
 


More sightings.  :rah:

Maybe some piccies?


:thumb:  Thanks Steve.


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The good old boys in the Blue Ridge have been working hard to get the first structure built on the Linville LDE.





I am trying to re-create this scene from Linville in 1920 on the ET &WNC RR.

I thought I would start with the simplest structure.... the line side shed.





I found it on eBay and thought it was a nifty stand in for the little shed.










Thanks for looking.

Tom


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Tom,

I cant wait to see your rendition of the Linville depot!







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Lee B wrote:
I cant wait to see your rendition of the Linville depot!


Hi Lee.

Yes, that will be a challenge and scratchbuilt.

I will do a foam core board mockup first to see how it fits,
and then use styrene to build the depot.

I am looking forward to visiting the restored depot in NC also. 

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Doctor G wrote
I am looking forward to visiting the restored depot in NC also.


I haven't been to that area since 2005.

I so badly want to get back there to see the museum with that depot and caboose 505...




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