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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Schmidt View Post
    @Moose2013's tastes run more to Moozart, Rachmoosenoff, von Moosehoven and Mendelmoose.

    Oh, and a little Henry Mooseini when he's in a jazz mood. ...
    How right you are, Paul!

    And Henry Mooseini, one of the best ever! Who can forget such songs as: "Moose River," "The Days of Guinness and Flowers," "Baby Moose Walk," "The Purple Moose theme", and so many more!
    = > ÷

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose2013 View Post
    How right you are, Paul!

    And Henry Mooseini, one of the best ever! Who can forget such songs as: "Moose River," "The Days of Guinness and Flowers," "Baby Moose Walk," "The Purple Moose theme", and so many more!
    But wait!!!! If you order right now we'll send you a second collection absolutely FREE!!!! Just pay the postage.
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    Ah, yes, "Moose River", from those carefree pre-Covid days:

    Moose River, a town that makes me smile
    I'm traveling there in style today
    Oh, steam maker, you diesel breaker
    Wherever you're goin', I'm steamin' your way

    Two Mooses, off to free the world
    From the clutches of diseasels mean
    We're after the same rainbow's end, waitin' 'round the bend
    Cuz in Moose River, it's all steam. ...


    (With apologies to Johnny Mercer and "Breakfast at Tiffany's")

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allen H. View Post
    But wait!!!! If you order right now we'll send you a second collection absolutely FREE!!!! Just pay the postage.


    Cut in to Liberace: "These are some of my favorites. ..."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Schmidt View Post
    Ah, yes, "Moose River", from those carefree pre-Covid days:

    Moose River, a town that makes me smile
    I'm traveling there in style today
    Oh, steam maker, you diesel breaker
    Wherever you're goin', I'm steamin' your way

    Two Mooses, off to free the world
    From the clutches of diseasels mean
    We're after the same rainbow's end, waitin' 'round the bend
    Cuz in Moose River, it's all steam. ...


    (With apologies to Johnny Mercer and "Breakfast at Tiffany's")
    Moose is gonna have to print this out. Awesome!
    = > ÷

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    This month so far

    6 sheets of Evergreen styrene to match the Walthers Superior Paper Mill kit , for scratch building and kit bashing some buildings for my Paper Mill . And 2 packs of the Walthers assorted storage tanks . And no Moose , no pics till the goodies arrive . Sorry
    Might have to eat toaster crumb soup a few days till next payday , but at least I got my priorities straight

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    Only been modelling US railroads for 12 months and based in the UK, but a shipment from the US this month includes a trio of Kato TTX intermodal well wagons (really well priced), four auto-rack articulated sets and a Fox Valley SD70! My bank manger may not be happy ... but I am!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allen H. View Post
    But wait!!!! If you order right now we'll send you a second collection absolutely FREE!!!! Just pay the postage.
    And a small processing fee.
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    Two things I had ordered came in. A 3D printed industry from "DIY and Digital Railroad" through Etsy. It has a loading dock on opposite sides, separate roofs and loading doors. I have no idea where I will use it but it is an interesting model. The Classic Metal Works car is a Buick LeSabre station wagon that reminds me of the "Family Truckster" from the 1st "Vacation" movie, especially the paint scheme. A pre-order from earlier in the year through Toy Train Heaven. Cheers! Maurice
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maurice View Post
    The Classic Metal Works car is a Buick LeSabre station wagon that reminds me of the "Family Truckster" from the 1st "Vacation" movie, especially the paint scheme.
    You could attach a leash trailing off the rear bumper...

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    Went down to the LHS and pumped some money into it. With shipping as high as it is, the price is about the same as online. Also snagged an N Scale Lot on Fleecebay.
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    I just finished a couple deals. One on a Athearn MRC Challenger and another on a Key's Nakamura Built GG1 "Black Jack". Ill need to get in contact with a friend of mine in the states and send him some money as I probably have about 10 Locos I need him to send me. Plus some decoders.
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