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Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by Drew1125, May 16, 2004.
A pair of K&I diesels rounding a bend on a crisp autmn day...
Hey that looks pretty good there Charlie. Even if parts of it look a tad bit fuzzy. But then again, that could be a reason why you call it the Poor Fork RR.
You sure keep the K&I hopping Charlie. So where is this duo headed?
I wonder if the folks in that house on the left are lamenting the transition to diesel?
They usually get treated to the sight of steam locomotives huffing by!
Great shot my friend, I really like it :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
Can Someone Stick Me In There? Please? Pretty Please??
Ahhhh...The warmth of an Indian summer afternoon, the beauty of fall foliage, and railfanning from your back porch. Doesn't get much better than that, does it? :thumb:
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Nice photo Charlie.
It's nice to be able to step into that time machine and jump ahead or back in time.
Charlie,I always enjoy looking at pictures of your K&I..It ready looks great! :thumb:
When steam used to run on the Harlem div of the NYC, My grandmother would sweep the soot off the front porch, each time a train passed. When the first of the diesels ran, she went out and found the porch blackened, grabbed the broom, and.......smmmmeeear! She started cussin' up a storm, and saw me standing there. She imediately stopped cussin'....in english.....and continued in Swedish. I didn't know the words, but I knew they weren't the kind I should repeat in polite society.
Hope there wasn't a sweet old Swedish grandmother living in that house.
Neat pics :thumb: :thumb: