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Hi Guys,
It looks like this in my world today:

This is my yardstick, stuck into the snow near my workshop.  Sigh.


This is the south loop on my railroad.  I dug it out (again!) a little over two weeks ago.


A view along the mainline.  Not much risk of devastating derailments!  The track is on about 2' of fill at this location.
I can't get the last pic to work; here's the link in case it doesn't:
http://1stclass.mylargescale.com/mhutson/New/2IMG_0213.jpg

Think summer!

Cheers,
Matt
 

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I don't know what to say. I don't have this problem where I live. But...your track maintenance effort....well....looks like a lot of digging...in the cold. And...do you put flags on your cars and engines....so that you know where they are when you're running?

Seriously...great photos. Sure shows the diversity we have in garden railroading.
 

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Great pictures. /DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/mls/emoticons/laugh.gif

You guys who live way down south sure are a dedicated lot.  I had to sweep the lawn clippings off my right-of-way yesterday.  What a pain that is. ;)

But global warming should have you running in no time.

Dave
 

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Dave,
A little global warming would suit me just fine about now - it's 3 degrees here as I type! Takes a long time for the snow to melt in such conditions......

Cheers,
Matt
 

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Matt, that is your payment for having to live is such a grand landscape. Looking forward to some more great pics when the snow melts.
 
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