Waushakum Live Steamers
23 August 2008
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WLS got lucky today and had just a great day for their event. Sunshine, breeze and not too hot.
I got to meet some fellows from other clubs who had come to visit WLS and generally had a fine time. I will forego any more chat and get to the photos. As usual if I make any errors matching names to photos don't hesitate to let me know. firstname.lastname@example.org
I took a slew of photos today and will probably split this into two pages to keep the load time reasonable for you guys on dial up.
A note about the video clips: Because they are very large files I suggest retrieving the MPG clips like this, right click on the camera icon, then left click on "Save target as", tell your computer where you want the file to be saved then resume browsing. After the file is saved look at it then delete if desired. The WMV files should work fine just by clicking on the icon.
MPG WMV Dave Eldridge and his Windham loco
MPG WMV Dick Boucher moving his loco off the roundtable
Ironton Valley Mogul #98 built and owned by Karl Godschall
NYC Mikado #5509 built by and owned by Tom Nininio (above)
This loco belongs to Joe Kavanaugh of the Greater Saratoga NY area
Ron Henderson of PLS and video of Main line and high line locos MPG WMV
Ron's 1 1/2" Raritan
Ron's 3\4" Raritan Two beautiful locomotives Ron!
Dario Caiazzi's loco
Rich Hubbard engineer and Russ Steeves passenger on Rich's electric
Russ Steeves gorgeous Fitchburg Northern (above
Joe Cardelle (R) and Rob (ten wheeler) Guthrie (L)
Joe Cardelle loco
MPG WMV Locos on the mainline
MPG WMB Moving the Boston and Maine out of the steaming bay
MPG WMV Main line locos
MPG WMV Main line and high line locos
Father Jay Finelli's loco MPG WMV (above)
Jim Legget was down from Montreal Live Steamers and invited me to visit MLS next summer for their anniversary meet. Looking forward to that!
Pennsy A3 #6 built and owned by Ron Shupard Jr. He couldn't make it to WLS so his Dad (Ron Sr.) gladly ran the loco on his behalf
Joe Tanski locos
NKP Berkshire #757 built and owned by John Bortz Sr..
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