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I had some training to do at Allair State Park today and had an hour to kill. I decided to check out the pine creek RR at Allair State Park http://www.njmt.org/ I took a bunch of pictures with my cell phone so quality not the best. I will have more pictures when my friend sends them to me. A lot of the stuff is old and needs restoring but because of money they can only do so much. They have a great collection of old stuff. They even have a european engine (whatever engine the Thomas train is but green and a box car with a passenger car). This has been restored and looks great. Those pictures I will put in whe I got them e-mailed to me. ANyway here they are. Maybe some will give you guys ideas. I will label what I remember as far as history but I had memory overload today.

















These are for gun powder plants and everything made from a metal that does not spark. I Forget the metal.



This is a great little engine



Not sure how many I can get on one post so I will go to another page
 

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Plow from Michigan






From the tweetsie RR and is going back their where it will be kept under a roof and restored. LOng for a narrow gauge



I loved this one Ely Thomas Lumber Co #6









I had no space to get a further shot but its a porter




They had some cars from the Denver and rio grand. I forgot wich ones though. Too much info in an hour. I will post more when I get them Phone ran out of memory.
 
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