December Model Railroad Photo Contest - The Caboose

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mushroom2

Non Rivet Counter
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December 2004 Model RR Photo of the Month

The Topic is: THE CABOOSE

Remember when you were a kid and the next best thing to being the engineer would be to ride high in the cupola of a caboose? Sitting there watching your train snake ahead of you, watching the scenery go by and waving to everyone trackside while you’re lulled by the clickety-clack of the rails. This month let’s go back in time and see some cabooses, and forget about that blinking thing-a-ma-jig that’s supposed to herald the end of a train.

Lets see a good turn out folks.
There's a lot of members out there that want to see your work.
Only 1 entry per member please.*

Here's How To Enter:
Go to the December Model Railroad Contest Section of the Photo Gallery at the link below.
December contest gallery

Click on the "Upload Photos" Link

Fill in ALL the Fields and Submit Your Entry

It's Just That Simple !!

Your entry will show up in this thread within a day or so of being posted, as soon as the contest moderator has a chance to review the entry and post the photo here.

Thanks for entering the Contests and Good Luck to All.
 
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