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Old 02-21-2017, 05:11 PM   #21
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Dad no longer needs his train stuff.

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Old 02-21-2017, 05:53 PM   #22
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I hope he got to enjoy your video.
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He did see it a few times. I'm glad I got it finished.

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how about real trains?
I saw the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train in southeast Michigan last night.
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how about real trains?
I saw the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train in southeast Michigan last night.
Would love to see CP Holiday train, only seen pix of it. I to had HO train growing up. Also had slot car set. Raced RC cars for 15 years & custom painted RC bodies for long time. Have N scale for 25 years, Christmas tree comes out of middle of layout. But I've done trains on larger scale for last 10 years. 7.5 guage, 1/8 scale ride on trains. Belong to 2 RR clubs. We have several miles of track in couny park where I keep my train.Name:  100_4196 (640x459).jpg
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I would love to do trains on that scale, especially steam.

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The Queen Wilhelmina State Park (Arkansas) has a small train that runs through the park that you can ride.

http://www.queenwilhelmina.com/

It's a nice campground and lodge. I camped there for (2) days in July 2017.
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