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What I asked Santa for.....


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I had a hard time describing to Santa what I wanted for Christmas, so I decided to take a couple of photos from an old catalog. I told him it didn't have to run and it could even be missing a few parts. Stationary or portable would be fine. I am not picky! Have a Merry Christmas!



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I'm not too sure Santa can fit that in the sleigh, let alone squeeze it down the chimney, but you never know!

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I would build a bigger chimney just for that engine. Sure looks like a Callahan cam stopper with a Fairbanks tag on it. LOOK at those swingtop oilers . A Callahan model works for me HO Ho ho and a Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night
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