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For all those that like OLLLLLLD Fr8's and Trains

Discussion in 'Brick Slayers' started by slyle_old, Oct 18, 2001.

  1. Slyle CMC

    Slyle CMC 12oz Senior Member

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    For all those that like OLLLLLLD Fr8's and Trains

    Discussion started by Slyle CMC - Oct 18, 2001

    http://yourphotos.com/users/2882/CV_Wooden.JPG'>
    Nice old central vermont, is this what they made woodsaver's for?
    [img]http://yourphotos.com/users/2882/Tanker.JPG'>
    Gotta love the rivets
    [img]http://yourphotos.com/users/2882/MaineCtrl.JPG'>
    Maine Central, dont see alot of these.
    [img]http://yourphotos.com/users/2882/BstnMainCar.JPG'>
    Uhhh?
    [img]http://yourphotos.com/users/2882/Caboose.JPG'>
    You always seem to find these at the end.

    Took a lil road trip today, and this is what I came across, along with other goodies. So what you think?
     
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    sungoesdown - Replied Oct 18, 2001

    man oh man.... where to begin
     
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    seeking - Replied Oct 18, 2001

    hot shit...
     
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    Southern kid - Replied Oct 18, 2001

    :eek: whoa.
     
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    kaesthebluntedwonder - Replied Oct 18, 2001

    did they used to carve their names in the wood...the pre historic streak

    cool stuff
     
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    ZackAttack - Replied Oct 18, 2001

    "Took a lil road trip today, and this is what I came across, along with other goodies. So what you think?"

    ....i think if you caught those your roadtrip was probably a good one.
     
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  7. imported_SecretAgentX9 - Replied Oct 18, 2001

    yeah man, i would say your roadtrip was a success..
    really nice photos; those trains are beautiful.
     
  8. hooliganz

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    dope find man
     
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    bad ass post. post em if you have em..... anyone
     
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    choochoo
     
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    ho hum, where did those come from?
    I love those trains, very fresh!
     
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    Organ Donor - Replied Oct 18, 2001

    reminds me of this spot in columbus, mississippi. they had a few trains in a park that look similar to those.
     
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    me IS cool - Replied Oct 18, 2001

    I can't believe how old most of those are... That wooden one is unbelievable! Good post. :)
     
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    jack tripper - Replied Oct 18, 2001

    Man what a yard.

    Would any of you paint something as vintage as these?

    Just throwing something out there.
     
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    Poop Man Bob - Replied Oct 18, 2001

    No, for a few reasons. One, those trains aren't likely to be going anywhere anytime soon. Even if they do travel, I can't envision them going on a normal cross-country circuit. Plus, if they are just sitting there, it's likely that it will be extremely obvious when it was painted. Two, train buffs are likely to get upset if you were to tarnish what is essentially an antique car. If you really have that huge of a desire, chances are you'll be able to find a newer car.
     
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