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Hi Bill,
I see the 'Google' one in the body of the message.
The 'new tab' one shows up when I select it, on a new window.
I works whether I am signed in, or not.
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David Leech, Delta, Canada
 

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No posted pic and a message to sign up when I tried the link.


I had to uninstall Chrome back in January and though it uploaded itself, I have not used it, So I am completely signed out.
Hope this helps.
 

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Thanks David and John
It may be that I still haven't made them public

Back to the Drawing board.
 

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Here is a photo previously posted successfully
Do these show?

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I see double visions of loveliness!
Boy that shore is purdy!
 

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Ok, so it is not MLS but something that Google has changed in their formatting as the last two photos were loaded into Google photos a while back

I can't move photos to Facebook as I seem to be locked out and then I tried Twitter and it was too hard to figure out how to join.
My granddaughter is coming over to the house in a couple of weeks and she will be able to figure this out
In the mean time, I will keep plugging.
I may try Instagram
 

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What a fantastic train Bill and the F7 are some of the best hudsons ever designed I understand. The Milwaukee was such a fine road, its really too bad for it's demise... There are considerable amounts of semi corugated coaches built to a very similiar design in Scandinavia and Russia since. They really showed the way in many instances.
 

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I much prefer Flickr. 1000 pics with free membership. Very friendly to sharing

Unlimited pics + perks for "pro" account at $50 a year, which I have.
 

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Gary
I guess Flicker is part of Yahoo and you need a Yahoo email account.
I guess I can just open one and then try Flicker. and still keep my Gmail account.

Is that what you would do?
 

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No then yes, same as ddrum31.
 

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Yes, I see.
 
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