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Nov 14, 2004 18:46 |  #1

From the Mount Washington Cog Railway. I missed the train by 5 minutes, so I waitied for it to come back. Oh well.

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Nov 14, 2004 18:52 |  #2

I love it!

The first three are actually steam tractors, but who cares? Those are beautiful old things. (My dad worked for the J.I. Case tractor company making things that looked a lot like these.)

Very net.


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Nov 14, 2004 18:57 |  #3

Beautiful shots Scottes, I've climbed up Mt. Washington but never taken the Cog, add that to the list of things I have to do. :D :D She's not going to be running to much longer this season, I would guess.


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Nov 14, 2004 19:14 |  #4

belmondo wrote:
The first three are actually steam tractors, but who cares?

They *are* engines, aren't they? Geeez...

:D :D :wink:

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Nov 14, 2004 19:15 |  #5

Very nice Scott. The lightly snow covered hills in the background add a little something extra to the shots (though I understand you have more than a light covering now).


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Nov 14, 2004 19:23 |  #6

Scottes wrote:
belmondo wrote:
The first three are actually steam tractors, but who cares?

They *are* engines, aren't they? Geeez...

:D :D :wink:

Hey, what do I know? I shoot birds.

I hate nitpickers, too. :lol:

Just edifying the troops.


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Nov 14, 2004 19:32 |  #7

belmondo wrote:
I love it!

The first three are actually steam tractors, but who cares? Those are beautiful old things. (My dad worked for the J.I. Case tractor company making things that looked a lot like these.)

Very net.


Tom

Great Uncle Leonard swore by Case Tractors. He's also one of the first farmers in Eastern Indiana that had electricity. What an interesting time that was.

Anyway, great images, Scott. Machinery is always cool (even busses).


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Nov 15, 2004 14:03 |  #8

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

"nit Pick on"

Actually #1 is a STEAM ROLLER!! and a nice pic of one!!!


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