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 Posted: Thu Sep 12th, 2013 05:29 pm
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Too much spice...

...& not enough Herb !

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Si- that photo of the 3 guys...
it is the SAME guy in 3 different exposures put together long ago in a galaxy far away...
but that's the truth.

Look closely at the photo.
Unless they are identical triplets (what?)..
I read about that photo in one of my books.

BTW- the 2-4-4-2 is an oil burner.
We's uptown on the MRy.

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I KNOW IT'S AN OIL BURNER :brill:

But oil would leak-out of a Gilpin ore-car :doh:

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Si, Woodrow, fellers..

Thing is..see....
the Gilpin "O" series one cord cars were able to hold oil,
the photos are rare.. but I heard once...
never seen the fotos..etc..etc..but I am told..reliable sources...:old dude:




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Heck, the EBT had a boxcar fixed up to haul water to one of the mine powerhouse boilers---

And not in barrels or buckets---

they poured it in through a hole in the top, and drained it out a valve in the bottom.

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There will be a free one year membership awarded to the first person who remembers what this thread started out about.

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Herbie-the thread was about metamorphosis, which it is doing right now.

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Woodrow, Erbert, Si, fellers...

Wul..I heard .... whot you can pay some soiled dove to have them do that.or hold still whilst a fellow does whot e will ...
like the Gilpin ORE.....cars..it is sorta sideways ..heard it was so..not that I have any first hand experience..with the sort of thing..
that meta morphisisn is some odd stuff..don't know that I wanna do something like that.
and if it would do anything for me anyways...?.probably wanna put nose in model building.
I bet there is some grainy black and white pitchers of that sort of thing..from Amsterdam ..?..prolly...




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Meta- something made from metal.
Morpho- something becoming something else.
Sis- she lives out in Tucson.

Amsterdam...my friend Daniel Caso wants me & Pam to visit him there...
and yes, we know what goes on in that place.
A visit to view a modeling artist at work and goodness knows what else...
what can be better?

Woodrow

***OK, OK... I will post some more photos of #7 at work. Hold on.




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