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Steamup at Bob Trabucco's
Los Altos, California
November 18, 2006
Bob opened up his layout again for the BAGRS and PCLS steamers.  As usual, we had a great time.  Tom King and Jeff Williams were nearly speechless when they discovered that David Cole and your correspondent both ran their engines - on the same day!
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Plenty of plume coming from this Accucraft Shay.
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Steve Heselton has a real knack for authentic weathering.
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Bob's track allows for operation of multiple trains.
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Here's my 7/8th scale logging engine and monster boxcar.
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Tennis anyone?
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Another shot of the Isthmus Railway #1
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Dave Cole's Frank S in action.
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Dave and Tony in the steamup area.
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Bob (our host) looks on as Tony prepares the Roundhouse Elsa.
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I probably don't have to tell you that it runs like a clock.
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Sandy River and Rangely Lakes #6.
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A CAD model of a live steam toy train I have on my (unrealistically long) project list.
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Dave Cole refuels his LGB/Aster Frank S.
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Tony playing with trains.

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