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it's so good to touch the green green grass of home (fr8s n' things)

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xide,crae,and lewis..all fresh.bump

nace busted out a can of authentic jungle green that night...

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Originally posted by fr8oholic

you made it up to montreal after all man. how'd that work out for you?

worked out nicely. montreal is always so hospitable to me and the things i enjoy are there by the truckloads. hehe. i'd like to get up again. email me guy.

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Originally posted by my sweetheart, the drunk

worked out nicely. montreal is always so hospitable to me and the things i enjoy are there by the truckloads. hehe. i'd like to get up again. email me guy.

 

will do. i heard a rumor that i might be up there soon as well and i can't fuggin wait. bring on the labats by the truckload and show me where to shove the singles ladies!!

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will do. i heard a rumor that i might be up there soon as well and i can't fuggin wait. bring on the labats by the truckload and show me where to shove the singles ladies!!

 

 

 

hahahahahahahaha!!

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Guest smokin..joe

uhh that train that says yum under it, does anyone know what kind of train it is? i caught one not long ago but it had some stuff on it already

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Originally posted by smokin..joe

uhh that train that says yum under it, does anyone know what kind of train it is? i caught one not long ago but it had some stuff on it already

 

The original paint job (big white band with pointed ends on a crusty goldish car) makes it an ex-Quebec Central (QC reporting marks), but if I see the new reporting mark correctly it looks like Finger Lakes Railway of NY state (FGLK) bought it and did a little repainting. There are still a few QC boxes with the original marks floating around, but I don't know the status of that railroad.

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