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As I keep saying, Staver locomotive in Portland is one of the best gauge #1 venues in the country.
Note that it takes about 5 minutes for a circuit in Kurt's video.

Peoples should definitely think about showing up for Staver's fall steamup. The Narrow Gauge convention is the same week so you can do a double take.



Here is a Daylight run. I'm the tall kid with the beard

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtlVeMm4eN0&feature=related

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Thanks for the email. Jim's GS4 is only one of two alcohol fired GS4's that are highly modified by Gordon Watson. Jim indicated that the GS4 ran for an hour with a consistent performance. The engine is not only impressive based on the number but the attention given to it by those future train spotters that were pacing the engine.
Hope there is more coverage to come!
 

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Thanks for the wonderful videos. I love the look on the kid's faces as they chase the GS4. I also like the interesting dog bone layout with the gentle curves and good views for spectators. Keep the videos coming.
 
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