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Picture Title: Sunday run day 1946
Location: Beverly Hills, CA
Photographer: Phillip Cohen
Submission Date: 12/22/2008 12:22:31 AM
Comments: Sunday run day at Dick Jackson’s for the Southern California Live Steamer members and guests on September 22, 1946 featured quite a crowd. Dick’s 4-4-0, the 900, is pictured at left, and Jim Keith’s 4-6-4, Number 300, is at the right with 8 year old Harlan Hiney posing as engineer for the photograph with his father Laurence Hiney on the car behind him.
Gallery Category: SCLS Historical
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Shooting Location: Beverly Hills, CA
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Locomotive or Car Type: Steam Locomotives
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Track Gauge: 4 3/4
Scale: 1.0"
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Critiqued 11/29/2009 8:29:40 AM by charlie giordano  , torrance ca
hay phil,

harlan wanted me to tell u to change the track gauge on this picture. its the 1inch
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Critiqued 7/27/2010 8:55:43 AM by George  Kircher, Tucson, AZ
Have you any pictures of an event that took place in Dick Jackson's back yard in which the Southern Pacific Jr. Engineers along with Edger Bergen were there in the late 1940's?

  Comment Response Entered: 7/30/2010 9:32:32 PM  By: Phil   C - Torrance, CA
Will ask Harlin, if anyone would have them he would.
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