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 Posted: Tue Feb 4th, 2020 10:10 am
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Ran across this one in the old archive disks.

Was used in the Northwoods of Minnesota.







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 Posted: Tue Feb 4th, 2020 10:18 am
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One more since I've been absent alot lately.

I am sure some of you will recognize the BUDA.







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The Bathing machine of King Alfonso XIII and his English wife, Victoria Eugenie of Battenberg,

at the St. Sebastien beach, Spain 1908





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Well... it is on rails, right?.

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 Posted: Thu Feb 13th, 2020 12:54 pm
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You have to wonder who talked who into that monstrosity.....

Definitely meets the criteria of   o D d i T y

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:old dude:   Checkout these   AMAZING   cliffhanging stilt structures !   :shocked:  :w:





Cliffhanging Stilt Structures ... G-Scale    :thumb:



:moose: :moose: :moose: :moose: :moose:



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I just know Canadian Ken is gonna want one of these !  ;)

C :cool: :cool: L  lookin' motor in there !!  :brill:



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Oh I love that!

Wish I had the parts at home to throw one together in G scale, and the health to do so.





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Makes you wonder how anyone could climb up on to the cab floor,

no apparent access ladder.


Think I can pass on a model though, to many other projects on the go.  :bg:




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Ken C wrote:  
Makes you wonder how anyone could climb up on to the cab floor,

no apparent access ladder.


Think I can pass on a model though, to many other projects on the go.  :bg:


There is a very spindly stirrup step on the back corner if you look closely,

still looks very precarious. 



Meanwhile back in the world of locos that are almost a shay but not quite,

I present this.





Described as belong to Ford Mill Company - Matlock, Washington - circa 1916.


Tom




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