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Was running a few trains,
and found one spot in the yard where the gauge had widen.
 
Was okay before, so what changed?
Track repairs planned tomorrow.


Second log car is nearing completion. 
Two borax cars under construction. 


If everything is going smooth, something is wrong somewhere.




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Some interesting reading:

http://www.railroadmemoirsbycrowner.com/survivingathobarttower.html





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It may not look like it, but I actually manage to make progress on projects.




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Seldom Seen Slim:  https://www.desertusa.com/desert-people/seldom-seen-slim.html

Frank "Shorty" Harris:  https://www.legendsofamerica.com/nv-shortyharris/



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Washington Street, San Miguel.




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Second log car is finished. 

Two cars should be enough to haul limited logging traffic. 

This one is a little longer scaling out to about 18 feet long.




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Quote:


"... the one thing around the railroad that worked every time was a derail."


"... It is easier to answer a dumb question than to fix a dumb mistake."




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Testing the new trackage for the log dump.




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Cars waiting to be spotted at Manly Siding.




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Don't often see a photo of the engineer's side of #8.


Engines usually head out of San Miguel,
do whatever switching that is necessary at Whiskey Junction and Manly Siding,
reassemble its train, and head back to San Miguel tender first.




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