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Discussion in 'Metal Heads' started by nelACKson, Jan 28, 2005.

  1. nelACKson

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    railfan pictures

    Discussion started by nelACKson - Jan 28, 2005

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    above is an image showing bottles of water supplied by railroad companies to their workers. i have been studying the different types of bottles for a few years now. this is a very exciting time because in the last year, the style of the bottles have changed drastically (as shown in the above image).

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    today, my friend and i found a surplus of railroad water bottles of all kinds inside an old caboose. needless to say, we were VERY excited!

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    these are all for sale. hit me up.
     
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  2. hank scorpio

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    hank scorpio - Replied Jan 28, 2005

    wow you are a bigger fr8nerd than me.
    i dont think your gunna sell any waterbottles
     
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  3. nelACKson

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    nelACKson - Replied Jan 28, 2005

    i just sold one of my 3oz bottles from the early 90's for $50 on ebay..ACTUALLY.
     
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    OGBforMumia - Replied Jan 28, 2005

    I fucking drank one of those! if by water you mean PISS. then yes its a "water bottle" FUCK THAT! TAKE THEM OUT OF THE REFRIGERATOR!
     
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    rollinaround - Replied Jan 29, 2005

    hahahahahahahahahaha I use to load the local frig at the yard, and steal(borrow) like 3 boxes to myself!!! Funny how the railroads stress health, and yet they supply their workers with shots. A hot day in roseville you need like 10 of those.
     
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    rollinaround - Replied Jan 29, 2005

    shots meaning these bottles are good for like two swigs!!!!
     
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    ive got three cases each a hundred dollars of the 97-99. holla back youngin. are you serious about getting cash for these though? i can get pick up tons
     
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    funny shit!
     
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    i cant believe this? the next level of nerds has arived.
    next its going to be.. "yo i found a handful of grain from a busted hopper, or check out this piece of scrap metal i found in a gondola, ultra rare from 97, dude..
    give me a break
     
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  10. nelACKson

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    nelACKson - Replied Jan 29, 2005

    whats your problem dude?! its not just about graff anymore!! have some respect
     
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    hahahaa, my bad you keep it reel
     
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    Pfffffffffft - Replied Jan 29, 2005

    laugh all you want....

    homeboy obviously is deeply interested in railroad culture and is smart enough to recognize history(what you might think is junk)on the tracks, in a caboose, old engine, etc. and turn around and flip it on ebay... thats not stupid, thats smart....

    takes notes on this thread you might learn a thing or two..

    nice work nel.
     
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    The Dixie Dude - Replied Jan 29, 2005

    what an AMAZING find!!! tyler's moutnain drinking water circa 97-99!!! i myself just bought 27 bottles at a low price of $$75.00. i will make millions off this! but now and get rich quick!!!
     
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    Kirby p - Replied Jan 29, 2005

    one mans junk...

    i always dreamed that i'd just walk the tracks over by the local crew change spot...pick up all the old empties (there's hundreds) and dump em all infront of thier front door back at the office. while i do smoke a lot of herbs i'm not that big of a hippy though
     
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    Hank Parker - Replied Jan 29, 2005

    Dude you guys are some goofy bastards!

    Let him tell you about the time we were stuck in the sfternoon by some trains like every minute...then i found some of those and drank em.

    Po it up.

    Are you up for trades?
     
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