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23934

Re: pic in magazine

... i took a closer look at the MSL color pic in the magazine; it was 2 F-3s in the green, double track, tower in the back on the right and traction line of
jandph_rr
Jul 30
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23933

pic in magazine

i took a closer look at the MSL color pic in the magazine; it was 2 F-3s in the green, double track, tower in the back on the right and traction line of
lombardcae
Jul 30
#23933
 
23932

Ackley, Iowa

Gentlemen, I was fortunate to get to Ackley last week on the way from St. Louis to Minneapolis. I was sorry to see that all the track has been removed and
golden1014
Jul 30
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23931

Re: magazine photograph

i vaguely recall that in the movie ' The fighting Sullivans " made in 1944, showed some railroad scenes in Waterloo, IA. the father in the movie, actor
lombardcae
Jul 29
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23930

Re: magazine photograph

Well I certainly wish I was standing there. Not because it's M&St.L, but because Waterloo, IA is my primary modeling focus. Jason On Wed, Jul 29, 2015 at 7:20
Jason Kliewer
Jul 29
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23929

Re: magazine photograph

you could be right its an outstanding picture and everyone reading this wishes they were standing next to the photographer at that moment in time you could
lombardcae
Jul 29
#23929
 
23928

Re: magazine photograph

Sounds like the picture on the cover (and page 16) of the M&St.L in Color Morning Sun book. If so, it's taken in Waterloo, IA on the Illinois Central as part
wcfn100
Jul 28
#23928
 
23927

Re: magazine photograph

OK, then we know the photo is prior to 1956. So just about had to be on line somewhere. Doug Harding www.iowacentralrr.org
Douglas Harding
Jul 28
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23926

Re: Latimer/Roland

Doug, are you doing a cut-and-paste to the email message itself, or sending as an actual attachment? It does make a difference. Cut and paste insertions get
poweredby251
Jul 28
#23926
 
23925

Re: magazine photograph

green and yellow. double track no mention at all in the magazine of date or location the general feel of the pic would have it 1955. boy did those
lombardcae
Jul 28
#23925
 
23924

Re: magazine photograph

Dave, more information would help. The photo does not sound familiar. Any clue as to the engine number? Is the paint scheme red and white? Or is it the
Douglas Harding
Jul 28
#23924
 
23923

Re: Latimer/Roland

Doug- I see attachments way down at the bottom of your post. But there is nothing showing, as yet, on the Group web page. Ken Secrest -- Railroadiana FS and ?
Ken Secrest
Jul 28
#23923
 
23922

magazine photograph

the pic i saw of the MSL F's is double track, has a tower in the backround on the right side, and on the left side of the pic there appears to be a trolley
lombardcae
Jul 28
#23922
 
23921

Re: Latimer/Roland

Doug, Oops. looked at it through the wrong trifocal lens. Lenny Ohrnell ... Doug, Oops. looked at it through the wrong trifocal lens. Lenny Ohrnell On Jul 28,
Walter Ohrnell
Jul 28
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23920

Re: Latimer/Roland

Lenny if you look close at the message, you will see it says "resending". I am reposting to see if the attachments will be posted by Yahoo to the group
Douglas Harding
Jul 28
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