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Clyde's Steam Up


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Old 06-09-2007, 04:12:31 PM
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Here are a couple of photos that may be of interest. It has been raining all morning and me my camera was getting to wet to take very many photos.

I left early.


The first is a James Leffel 5-1/4x6 5 HP engine.

The second is of Alan Schurman in the cab of the Porter switch engine. This engine came out of the Portland, Or. rail yards.

You can see another photo of the loco (side view) in the following thread, Steam auction in Woodland, WA.


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a couple more
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did you have to cut another notch into the tree?
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There are a couple of trees that are real close as you pass by. No notching this time.
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Old 06-10-2007, 08:43:29 PM
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Poor guy needs another few miles of track!!!

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