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    Willie - You posted while I was posting - - Glad you made it through the "interesting" weather okay. We lived in Coppell for about 6 years, so I know how North Texas weather goes!!

    Take care, stay well, God bless.
    Johnny (aka "Raincoat2")
    The New York Central still runs!

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    Join Date
    Jun 2012
    Caboolture in SE Queensland, Australia


    Got some more Bulgarian gorge vids to share, they're the 3rd and 4th parts of a 4 part series of narrow gauge, with a steam tank engine for power. Not going to embed them this time, will just give you the Titles of them so you can copy and paste each to the YouTube search bar to find them. Can't seem to find a method of providing a link to the vids as before.. Late now, so tomorrow.

    I'm lost. I've gone to look for me. If I should return before I get back, please ask me to wait.

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    Good morning. Clear and 28 degrees to start off the day. It did get up into the low 60's yesterday and all of the white crap is cone. No tree damage either.

    Curt - I'll be happy to split the difference with the temps with you.

    Ken in VA - I'll stop posting snow photos when it stops snowing. Curt is willing to take some of the cooler temps. Maybe we can work something out. I am really tired of late snowfalls. They can really cause a lot of damage to trees. I have a nice little sports car I would like to get out of the shop and start driving but it has to warm up.

    Toot - Another interesting video. Beautiful locomotive.

    Louis - Like the menu. Really cool. I can remember getting a burger, fries and a drink for less thn a buck. Must be getting old. Name:  Old.gif
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    Johnny - Sounds like you guys dodged a bullet. I have been up close and personal with twisters while traveling and it's hard to believe the damage they can do. Due the the altitude and the mountains around us, twisters are extremely rare, but we do have to put up with earthquakes. Yellowstone is just about 70 miles south of us. They occur on a regular basis, but most are so small, you don't even know they're happening.

    Willie - You be safe down there also.

    ................................ Chet

    Video - Switching in Churchill -
    VIDEO Tour of the layout -
    New cab ride -

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    Darn temperature dropped from 82 to 50 in 3 hours
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    Good morning ...

    I'll have a stack of Redneck Pancakes, please

    Johnny and Willie ... Glad you are safe regarding weather. .... Here it has been hot and humid. Weather guessers expect thunderstorms over next two days will cool our weather.

    Chet ... Definitely sounds cool for you in Montana.

    Below, the North Coast Limited is departing Union Station. Some passengers apparently will need coats when they arrive in Montana.

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    Good morning, 46 and cloudy. We had mid 80's just a few days ago, looks like we are in for a cool, rainy spell. Actually pretty typical for Memorial Day around here.

    I remember marching in several Memorial Day parades in light rain, drizzle.

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    Cool rummage sale at the Church this morning, got a bench grinder, an electric wood chipper for yard waste and some .357 ammo, CHEAP! LOL
    "I'm not building a layout per-se, I'm just playing with trains all-day!"

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    Good Morning (out here anyway)! We may be over the roller-coaster weather for awhile. It's 77 and headed towards 87 for a high and showing high 80's and low to mid 90's for the next week.
    I keep picking up a MRR item here and there off the auction site, don't know if I will ever get a layout started or not. I have had several plans stasched away that i really like. Maybe I will just be like a STL friend and be a Railroad Modeler rather than a Model Railroader?

    OK .. Meanwhile I am back on the medical Merry-go-round. Another trip has been placed on the calender for the 30th to see a cardiologist who will be part of the surgical team (I now have a four person team). I guess that one will be working and three will be drinking coffee and telling jokes - I hope that is the way it works!

    Let's see now - May 30th for him, June 4th for Lab work, June 6th for pre-opt and anesthesiologist interview, June 19th for left side surgery, and June 28 for right side surgery and blocking off. OK ..Now I am starting to hyperventilate! Looks like I will get to know the train schedule pretty well. Anything to save that 96 mile -3 hour drive one way!
    I am starting to think I will never be old enough to know better!

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    Lord help me -- I am SOOOO tempted!
    I am starting to think I will never be old enough to know better!

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    Afternoon All,

    I spent about 90 minutes painting windows, walls and doors, then placing the windows and doors in place. Shortly I need to go pickup the grand kids.

    Toot- Great video. I really like the old industrial buildings and the complicated track work.

    Garry- Great picture.

    Chet- I will take you up on your offer!

    Johnny- I wonder if you heard a micro burst. We have had them around here and caused minor damage.

    The wall color is washed out in the photo.

    I hope everyone has a good night.
    Curt Webb
    The Late Great Pennsylvania Railroad
    PRR Bellevue Subdivision

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