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    "Ratty", they look excellent! Great work.
    I-7 4770K @ 4.5 Ghz, EVGA 980ti 6Gb SC, Corsair H110 cooler, EVGA 1000 Wt. power supply, 16 Gb ram @2100 MHz, Widows 10 64 bit.

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    Cheers, evilcrow

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    The heaviest turkey in the world, 86-pound, named Tyson, auctioned for $6,692 in 1989

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    Cheers, evilcrow
    Last edited by evilcrow; July 9th, 2020 at 06:07 PM. Reason: upload fail on 2nd image

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    Nice ones, evilcrow. It's still 37C-40C here every day. No end in sight.

    smyers

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    Adamovic, that CP power looks terrific!

    Great shots from everyone!
    Cheers, Jack
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    Thumbs up

    I had to put up with Dirty Oily Greasy SP (fallen flag) livery when I was growing up, and I told folks, why can't Railroads at least give their poor old Locomotives a Bath once in a while! I would get laughed at by old timers.

    Said to me, Sonny, don't you get it, if they ain't on the Rails pulling a Load, making the Railroad money, then they'll die an early life and/or get sent to some other country who might do even worse..........I hung my head low, walked away in shame. And realized dirty old Locomotives was just the way it is......

    Guess what, all grown up, and I like well weathered old clunkers.......And your latest Pictures looking mighty fine...........

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    This car stops for trains.

    ​MID CENTURY CANADIAN RAIL

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    re post #4611 smyers

    Thanks for the compliment. I hope that there's an end in sight for all your probs in the USA.



    Cheers, evilcrow

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    Many thanks, evilcrow....



    It is getting scary.

    Best,
    smyers

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    Cheers, evilcrow

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    A few shots to lower the temperature for smyers.

















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    Richly detailed scenes there evilcrow. Absorbing views.

    Today I've been sending grain to the Lakehead.

    ​MID CENTURY CANADIAN RAIL

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    Many thanks, evilcrow. Great pics. Sure looks like the Canada I remember. There was even steam going by the elementary school I attended there in '57 - '58. You're one of the good ones, no doubt. Still 40C every day, record heat, no end in sight.

    Best,
    smyers

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