on the ROCKS... Island

WbB, with scratch-built fuel tank.

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Paul  

Ship Rock Island ROCKET FREIGHT

 

2 Rails?  3 Rails?  Doesn't matter, I can't count that high anyway.

Every time I try and make snow angels in the fresh snow, I get struck by lightning.

Is someone trying to tell me something?

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My exclusively RI O-gauge collection included steamers, diesels, freight cars, and passengers cars by many manufacturers -- all I could find and buy. After suffering a stroke, I decided to sell the entire collection (an inventory of 8 pages) through Stout Auctions.  It took 20 years to gather the collection, but it was sold in a weekend to other RI hobbyists.

My favorite RI train ... the 1937 TA diesel with articulated passenger coaches. This train is now offered as an O-gauge model by Sunset Models. I ordered one!

Mike Mottler     (ritrainguy)    LCCA 12394

 

 

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One diesel l might buy is that cabbed B unit that powered the Colorado Springs section shown in a couple of above photos.  One of the photos above shows one in Chicago commuter sevice, which was a second life.

??Another one of THOSE!!??  What you want to sell is not what I want to buy!

One diesel l might buy is that cabbed B unit that powered the Colorado Springs section shown in a couple of above photos.  One of the photos above shows one in Chicago commuter sevice, which was a second life.

??Another one of THOSE!!??  What you want to sell is not what I want to buy!

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