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 Posted: Sun Jan 25th, 2015 05:34 pm
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Bro wooo'drough. fellers..

Oooh eeeee...take care..people dyin of that stuff..dang it man..you must be on some up slope to speak out..glad to hear it..we await yer modelling license with baited breath.I actually started some wee railway stuff...yay..I am enthusiastic about it..I hope to sense you being enthusiastic about it..it is infectious ..BUT..not in a scary bad influenza kind of a way..:dope::old dude:



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 Posted: Mon Jan 26th, 2015 05:38 am
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Get well soon, Woodie!



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Hope you get well and back on track soon.



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 Posted: Sat Feb 7th, 2015 01:59 am
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Woozdreau, fellers..

I seen here in the dinner table bible stand reading book.Railroads of Arizona vol . one..something relating to how Elminerio gets his infos..this direct from Colonel W.C. Greene..See the connection here.A railway tycoon from away , away back..the un dead even..he 's gotta be like three hundred years old......A good thing I am studying these arcane tomes of dry dessicated desert reading..yessir..

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:glad::glad::rah::rah::2t::2t::old dude:



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Geez-

I knew Woodrow was old, but---


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 Posted: Mon Feb 9th, 2015 09:34 pm
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OK, OK...I know about Col. Greene, there's a book about him-"Sonora Narrow Gauge" by our friend Duane Ericson. Great work!
I am "back" after a somewhat longer than thought sabbatacal (vacation?) (I kant spull). The layout has gotten some more stuff and operations around the smelter are being done. The smelter is still a long ways off but the enginehouse is about done (photos in a bit) & scenery (dirt) is being thrown around.It's back to work in Silver, Mogollon rest in peace(s).....



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 Posted: Mon Feb 9th, 2015 09:51 pm
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Beaudreau, fellers..

Dang good to see ya / hear ya / read ya back..did they let you out..or did you just yank the tubes and haul ass..?..



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Charley...it weren't that bad but I can still haul ass!

OK then, as promised...some photos of the enginehouse.







B&W photos since color digital photos were not around in 1907. Work is going on, interior and exterior details are yet to come, the 7 smokestacks are needed, and mo' better dirt & rocks. The turntable will become an old iron one when I get around to "it". The structure is 1/16 plywood covered with Plastruct brick sheets. Here's the funny thing...there isn't any "1:35" scale brick sheet so I thought that maybe 1:48 would work...WRONG! I had some 1:35 scale bricks from Verlinden and when compared to "1:24" brick sheet, I found that they were the SAME SIZE! What the #$%^& ? So here 'tis. Mucho work to be done and of course the smelter is still a "vision" but the smelter yards and SCPA&M trackage is in place and operating. I finished all the track wir...nope-no track wiring!  More when available.



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:moose::moose::moose::moose: for pictures:rah::rah::rah: for the recovery:rah::rah::rah:just because



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