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  1. Railroad Poetry

    by , 24th Jun 2011 at 01:12 PM (69Z28's Blog - A collection of train and general entries)
    Quote Originally Posted by 69Z28 View Post
    I also believe this was posted or bloged on the old system - The Locomotive and the Snow-flakes

    Here is the Locomotive and the Snowflakes. I hope you enjoy it.

    The Locomotive and the Snow-flakes
    By Charles W. Brewster

    I breathe, and lightnings fiercely glare;
    I step, and thunders roll;
    What length of train can ever dare

    Updated 23rd Aug 2011 at 01:10 AM by 69Z28 (The Original Source and Link as I state in the blog)

    General (as off-topic as you want) , General Railroad Related
  2. "Microsoft Alert – Huge Phone Scam"

  3. "What you need to know now about Windows 8"

    Those of you using PCs may be interested to learn about the next version of Windows. No date as yet but some hefty changes are coming!

    And I'm still on XP!
  4. First Impressions: DPM's Hayes Hardware Kit

    This is a description of the Design Preservation Models resin kit of Hayes Hardware. This kit will become the tenth and final structure to be used in Scenery Project 13D. It will also be the seventh DPM kit to be built.

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    This kit is very, very similar to all the other DPM kits, so much so that is almost identical to the others. This is another two story building. (Bruce’s Bakery and the Corner Apothecary were the only three story one I have ...

    Updated 6th Jul 2011 at 08:08 AM by BryanC (RIP)

    'N' Scale Related
  5. Minneapolis Tornado

    by , 22nd May 2011 at 08:07 PM (16marvigj photo's, sports and more!)
    As some people know, today we had a tornado in Minneapolis.

    The storm came very fast out of the Southwest. It passed over the southwest metro (cities like Chaska, Cologne, Chanhassen) and dropped over an inch of rain, and gave us a lot of hail, wind and lightning. Once it got to St. Louis Park, it began dropping large hail, and tornadoes. Unfortunately, North Minneapolis got hit hard. It even derailed a leaving train from our main yard, Northtown