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Discussion in 'The Caboose' started by N Gauger, Jan 2, 2004.
I've Been Working on the Railroad.... that is the railroad song
Who's in the kitchen with Dynah? Question the song never answered.
Allow me to apologize before you read my reply.... But I can't resist!!!!
NO NO NO ------ Who is ON First!!!!
"Someone" is in the kitchen with Dinah!!!!! Strummin' on the Old Banjo!!!!
~~ note NOW I'll never get that song outta my head!!!!
A banjo E string, used to fix the broken decobulator valve on the cockney latteral fundago sub-assembly (necessary to keep to articulated coaxial stringent lever from braking loose and stopping the train)
decobulator??? Someone broke the decobulator again!!!!!
What would the Governator say????
Hey, you gotta stay on topic, let the Governator fix his own decobulator in the proper thread... remeber, no cross posting...
Ok - Throttle Lever
Throttle in the notch 8 position
Highballing down the line at maximum speed :thumb: :thumb:
Wildwood & Delaware Bay Short Line
Wildwood weed. My past catching up to me.
Rails in the weeds (The Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway)
Weeds in the rails (The Unkempt & Abandond Railroad)
rusty rails... more evedence of an abandoned RR
rusty nails. holding trackside sheds together
Rusty Spikes, Holding the rusty rails to the rotten ties.
Date Nails - rusty - of course
Dates, a produce shipped by rail (also something a RR engineer doesn't have too many of)
engineer`s wife, who would kill him if he went out on to many dates...
"Railroad lady" a song by Willie Nelson.