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Walking the Rails
I saw the reply from RC and thought here we go with “trains” LOL!!
She's got some booty!
For a big girl, those are great curves.
It's called a "Caboose!" And I'm ready to play Engineer, Whoo Whoo!
The rest aint bad either. I'd eat it.
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More cushion for the pushing. Built for comfort not speed.
http://greenbergshows.com/schedule/ I love big gurls!!!! Pops, HAPPY MONDAY!!! You're the man!!
She's give you some linebackers for kids
I'd put my train in Teer Wayde's tunnel
My memory of steam was in mid-fifties central KY, seeing a long coal train being pulled by a steamer with a silver front on the smoke box. I never saw any steam engines till we moved to Toledo where I saw a small roundhouse and several engines on a track. They were all rusty and were to be cut up for scrap. Greenfield Village (Henry Ford Museum) Dearborn Mi has a running steam engine from the late 1800s. It was originally owned by Tomas Edison who drove it for a hobby. Personally, I love that sweet smell of coal smoke. Thanks for all the great pictures people.
I like narrow gauge trains!
I rode on many coal fired steam trains in Germany back in 1965 (I was seven in that picture). They were everywhere, chugging away and streaming smoke and steam everywhere. I remember looking out an open window and getting cinders in my eyes. Ten years later I visited again and not a single steamer was to be seen. They had all been replaced by either diesel or electric trains.
D&S is also on my to do list.
We have done it many times. Stunning.