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 Posted: Thu Mar 15th, 2012 12:18 am
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Wall, I'll be dipped in rat s%^&! Golly gee, pardner.

Hasta la Vista

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Si

Perhaps you would prefer--

"Luv a bloody duck, guv"

Or perhaps a Black country favorite--

"T babbies cacked isself"


You see , we are quite multinational with useless little sayings that we try to work into the conversation when ever we think we can get away with it.

Two countries, separated by a common language.

But we leave Aussiespeak to our resident expert, Donald, who can pronounce Australian place names that rival only Welsh localities.


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This is for Don-"the dingo ate yer baby!"...

Outlaw troublemaker



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fellers...

Some fotos...thought inspirational ,  etc..











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mo ..

Suffer through with me here..these roadside attractions in Shoshone , Nevadar ...Sho show nee.... thar ...















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Mining for mo fotos ..




These pitchers is from Brooks Oregon..A musuem of railway nature.logging and oregon Electric stuff too.A neat place which gets a visit from time to time.














I think this last is the "blue Ox"  A cletrac  , loggers special but I could be wrong..?



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Corris Uchaf ...





























Probably spelt Uchaf wrong but I don't spell Welch so well..this is inside a slate mine tunnel , very neat local tour givin by Dorris of Corris tell her I love her. We went along the Rat goed tramway too and into the mines there.

 I think most of the pitchers are filme..



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These are from a file of "Saved " fotos for future reference and motivation.these are the gaz rigs..not even all more laterthen aire ..then steam..I took fotos of the merced gold mining Porter years ago in filme there are here too..the Mary Harrison mine engine.properly known..alas also later.













These are all catolog pages   etc..

Had to pull one out of this stack Charlie--it had copyright Hagley Museum printed right across it--missed it the first time around. SOB's get pix donated to them, then slap a copyright on the pix, without credit to whoever took the shot. Friend of mines Dad took a gazilion shots around the Yorklyn DE area, starting around the turn of the 20th century. Was a very avid photographer, and had the money to buy all the top of the line camera gear- large format- panoramic---he had it all. Son donated it all to hagley (they don't rate capitation) also all the negatives.
hagley sold all the camera gear, and when one of the many photos appears it is credited to them. Low life weasels.

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Above foto is John Robinson , restorer of many things.this Mac Farland Eggars lokey as well.








In Death valley..the "Baby gauge" train.Plymouth repowered ala chev.?




That is all for today gents.I am tired and sleepy..



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Thanks Charley.

Nice pics.
Or as we Brits say :-

" Jolly good show WHAT ! "

Cheers

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