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Hello from Florida "ex pat from UK'.


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Old 04-06-2011, 05:37:18 PM
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Default Hello from Florida "ex pat from UK'.

My name is Owain, I live here in sunny too hot Florida, "well too hot sometimes to run my Alchin traction engine" lol. looking forward to some help in finding parts etc and help with the normal steam engine problems.
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Old 04-06-2011, 05:53:39 PM
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welcome to the stak, we look forward to you picking our brains for info. good to have you, and don't forget to post pictures,
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"well too hot sometimes to run my Alchin traction engine"
Owain,

Welcome to SmokStak!

It is almost never too hot to run a steam engine! ...at least up here in Michigan The canopy really helps.

Checkout the Steam Forum and you'll feel right at "home!"

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