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Howie getting a tan © 2011 - 2024 Tom Downing



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Picture Title: Howie getting a tan
Photographer: Tom Downing
Submission Date: 7/23/2011 4:34:57 PM
Comments: Howie put in a long day of putting in joints clips and ties on the new crenshaw he is tacking a brake befor he wint on to install all the ties on the crossover track in the new switch set,that makes up the crenshaw Y,the two tracks run side by side up the crenshaw about 500 feet this should make for safer trip on rundays as we wont have the blinde turn Y any more
Gallery Category: Track Construction
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Locomotive or Car Type: Steam Locomotives
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Track Gauge: 7.5
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Critiqued 7/23/2011 4:52:29 PM by howie  , elsegundo
And lets give credit where credit is due. Tom (MR TRACK) also worked very hard and long hours getting this project done, and so did steve and tim, we could use more hard workers like them, thanks all!

  Comment Response Entered: 7/24/2011 12:24:40 PM  By: Steve   Claude - Downey, CA
Hey, all I did was grunt and install a lolly pop!~
  Comment Response Entered: 8/12/2011 9:36:41 PM  By: Daisy   Lee - Westchester, CA
Awwwwwww ... thanks for all the hard work boys ... I get to enjoy the fruit of your labor. Thanks for the special Crenshaw ride for my friend's visiting family Howie ... your favorite coconut dessert will be there next run day :)
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