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Well its been awhile, I've been busy with work and soccer.


On Sunday 6/8 Larry Mosher hosted another run day on Cape Ann Rail. Paul and Dave Hazel came up from Quincy, MA and Chuck Karpinski drove up from CT.
A Suleski Transportation mixed freight pulls out of the Beverly yard while Larry sets up Chuck with part of his tank train.




Paul and Dave hazel arrived a bit late, but that meant the yard was clear for them to set up.



Larry is a great host. One of his plants had grown to overhang the main line and was catching on the passing trains


â€" so he grabs his shears and trims it on the spot.



Chuck fixing the stack on the Cape Ann NW2
http://1stclass.mylargescale.com/suleski/LM08Photos/chuck1.jpg


Paul stands at the yard switch as the PDLX train heads out.
http://1stclass.mylargescale.com/suleski/LM08Photos/paul-switch.jpg



For tons of photos and the days story line:
http://home.comcast.net/~strans/photo_stories41.htm
 

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Thanks Scott, for the nice pictures. I never tire of seeing pictures of Larry's beautiful yard. If I could only duplicate some of it in my own yard .
 

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Nice presentation Scott. Larry Mosher sure has a great looking yard and railroad! Never tire of seeing what you guys do back there. As a steam era guy you know that I "approve" of your use of cabooses on the trains too. ;)
 

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Scott,

Great pics.Always look forward to your pictorial of the days running.By mid day it sure was hot!:cool:
Thanks
David H.
 
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