Ardenwood, Railfair

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Randy Hees
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Ardenwood, Railfair

Post by Randy Hees » Tue Aug 28, 2012 11:19 pm

The loco is arriving Thursday, to be test fired Friday...

Most of the set up is Friday night, Saturday morning...

I expect to be working on the caboose (NWP 5591) most of the weekend...

There might be a second engine... (don't ask, just show up and see)

There is a dinner... there will be dinners out of the park...

Randy
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amdaylight
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Re: Ardenwood, Railfair

Post by amdaylight » Sun Oct 07, 2012 3:14 pm

Hey,

I was hoping for photos after the event being I live in Portland Oregon and had to work that weekend. Now I find out about the new car barn from the Gazette. Any report forthcoming on the Railfair?

Andre

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Andrew Brandon
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Re: Ardenwood, Railfair

Post by Andrew Brandon » Sun Oct 07, 2012 9:30 pm

Andre,

Here are a few I captured while there. Sorry for the delay, it slipped my mind... :mrgreen:
At-the-depot.jpg
Getting ready to depart.
Ann-Marie-distant.jpg
Ann-Marie-with-train.jpg
Returning to the depot.
Porter-Cab.jpg
Our Engineer
Ann-Marie-with-helpers.jpg
These two were on hand to assist the steam crew. Their names escape me at the moment. Randy should know.
End-of-Railfair.jpg
Group photo of the event crew and other stragglers.
Once I get the image gallery repaired, I will upload the detail and equipment shots.
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amdaylight
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Re: Ardenwood, Railfair

Post by amdaylight » Tue Oct 09, 2012 3:39 pm

Thanks for the photos, I can understand how things can slip through the cracks of the mind. ;)

Andre

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