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Old 01-27-2017, 01:59 PM   #1
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Old 01-27-2017, 02:00 PM   #2
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built to last! is this still running?
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built to last! is this still running?
It was, pic is just prior to replacement.
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But of course, an open collar is just so uncivilized.
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I don't see his climbing spikes?
I think there are pole steps (pegs). I think you can see his belt.
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I don't see his climbing spikes?
There was foot pegs on those old telegraph poles that most often ran parallel along the RR lines.
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I'd have to look at a rerun to refresh my old memory! But could be.
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Wow, and you can still use the internet gramps? That's really impressive.
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Wow, and you can still use the internet gramps? That's really impressive.
Of course, but I'm still at 2400 baud.
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Of course, but I'm still at 2400 baud.
As long as you aren't at a level of 3-6-0 lax!!!
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There was foot pegs on those old telegraph poles that most often ran parallel along the RR lines.
At least around here, the signal poles along the RR are quite short, I think the photo is a little deceptive.
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At least around here, the signal poles along the RR are quite short, I think the photo is a little deceptive.
Agreed on both counts, also could have been on an elevated section of ground.
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