Category Archives: trains

IS IT REAL–OR MODEL?

Train modelers plan well, Sometimes it’s hard to tell… Is this real Or virtual appeal, Whatever–it looks really swell! – J.E.C. Advertisements

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HE’D RATHER SWITCH AT NIGHT

His layout’s a wonderful sight, He’d rather switch at night… Basement runs With available funds, Miniatures run by sprites! – His outdoor trains even better, Train rides in all kinds of weather… The engineer Has no cover dear, The cab’s … Continue reading

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SLIGHTLY RHETORICAL

SLIGHTLY RHETORICAL – What would we do without pussies? I refer, of course to cats…. Let others risk reputations Equating  pussy with “twat” – Cats may be related to red heads, I’m not so sure that’s true…. With some of our … Continue reading

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A NEW TORNADO

A NEW TORNADO (Photo by Adrian Brodie…Didcot railway Centre, UK, April 5, 2014…posted by him on  http://photos.greatrails.net/showpic/?photo/ ) – Britishers gave up beer To finance the Tornado here… They passed the test Financing the rest, So why can’t we do … Continue reading

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