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As some of you may know, my other "hobby" is antique farm machinery. This little monstrosity kind of ties them both together.....(if this works, lol /DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/mls/emoticons/whistling.gif)





 

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RE: A rather unique little "critter"

Sorry. I only see two broken image icons :-(
 

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RE: A rather unique little "critter"

I copied the image addresses and pasted them into the location bar, and the images were there. Then, when I returned to this page, they displayed properly.

Another issue with the new site software, perhaps?

Very interesting machine!
 

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RE: A rather unique little "critter"

Afer a 'refresh' I still got the two red 'x' but the first one had a boundary box, so I clicked 'show picture' and it did. Very weird.
 

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RE: A rather unique little "critter"

How very strange.

Now that's an odd little loco.
 
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Firefox User Report...No Sho on the Photo....then right click chose "Show Image" Image appeared, back arrow....then image was there...cool looking critter for sure!


 


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RE: A rather unique little "critter"

No can see. Sigh...
 

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Allen,
Nice! Being a fellow brethren of old iron I like it! A friend of mine was working on producing a Fordson for largescale that could be modified into any style you want. The Fordson was a very versatile tractor and could be found on steel or rubber, rail wheelsas above, and even on tracks.

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RE: A rather unique little "critter"

Mik: same nice little red X in a box in a box. I did right click them and selected "Properties" and in that I highlighted the name of the web space, typed Ctrl-C, then pasted that into the address box and got to view the images. I wondered if maybe it was because I have IE's Content Advisor blocking stuff until I type a password, but enabling your site didn't help.
 

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RE: A rather unique little "critter"

I've begun to think that maybe the hosting site (the pics aren't mine, I just shared them because the thing was cool) doesn't like hot linking.
 

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RE: A rather unique little "critter"

Still not working for me. Broken icons.


Correction. I right clicked and chose view image. It came up and filled the screen. When I used the back arrow there it was in all instances.


Neat critter. A buddy of mine is "reportedly" building a two-foot gauge Fordson in 7/8ths scale. I believe he has many of the parts collected.


 
 

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How about instead of posting the pic, post a link to the page on the other website. you will achieve the same goal and get around the image block, they likely have installed on the website.
 
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