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 1   Regionals and Short Lines / WNYP / Re: Portageville Bridge Update  Posted Today at 7:47pm 
Response #28 By centercab       Thread Started By roc
Major bucks aside, I remember the complete Kinzua  Bridge, walked it several times. Historically even the remains have are significant but honestly it's only a shadow of it's former self.
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 2   Model Railroading / Scratchbuild / Re: A New Layout    Posted Today at 3:20pm 
Response #73 By moocow       Thread Started By moocow       View Thread with IMG_0769_724x443.jpg - 59265 Bytes
having grown to 12 1/2 inches the (6th) roof is under construction  
roof with formers

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 3   Fallen Flags / ffgeneral / Re: Laurel Line not a Fallen Flag?  Posted Today at 3:19pm 
Response #391 By BlackDiamond1964       Thread Started By grvolans
I've started a new Facebook page to show the progress of this Laurel Line project.
https://www.facebook.com/BlackDiamondWorkshop
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 4   Model Railroading / HOScale / Re: Modeling the 1870's    Posted Today at 5:37am 
Response #43 By toptrain       Thread Started By Man with no Name       View Thread with Central_Pacific_Pass_s.jpg - 234191 Bytes
This is the Tyco radial roof, 1860 Passenger car in Central Pacific colors.
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 5   Model Railroading / HOScale / Re: Modeling the 1870's    Posted Today at 5:33am 
Response #42 By toptrain       Thread Started By Man with no Name       View Thread with Central_Pacific_s.jpg - 216503 Bytes
Mantua - Tyco Also produced radial roofed passenger cars. There were two types. Combine car and Passenger car. They were called 1860 cars.  
 
This is the 1860 Combine. Central Pacific colors by Tyco.
 

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 6   Regionals and Short Lines / WNYP / Re: Portageville Bridge Update  Posted Today at 2:53am 
Response #27 By roc       Thread Started By roc
on Aug 9th, 2017, 9:48pm, centercab wrote:       (Click here for original message)

Agree. Old bridge would become "clutter" as per the bighams projected view of new structure. Progress in this case is good, new  bridge is elegant

 
The Kinzua Viaduct tragedy also comes to mind. That said, perhaps a truncated section of the bridge. That, however, would take major bucks that would be better spent on road maintenance (no new roads please) and transit.
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 7   Regional Area Operations / Vancouver / Re: E&N (SRY-VI) Movement Reports: 2017  Posted Aug 15th, 2017, 3:54pm 
Response #85 By Goose5       Thread Started By CPRail4744
2 cars southbound from Superior Propane at 12:25.
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 8   Model Railroading / Scratchbuild / Re: A New Layout    Posted Aug 15th, 2017, 3:10pm 
Response #72 By moocow       Thread Started By moocow       View Thread with RHODE_ISLAND_RR_003_-_Copy.jpg - 84646 Bytes
the actual Boon St Station was 123' long and 32' wide
it is still in existence now a laundromat
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 9   Model Railroading / Scratchbuild / Re: A New Layout    Posted Aug 15th, 2017, 3:06pm 
Response #71 By moocow       Thread Started By moocow       View Thread with Boon_st_stat_mock_up_IMG_0766_3_724x376.jpg - 54537 Bytes
squeezing in behind the engine house and jammed up against the backdrop is a mock up of 1/2 model compressed Boon St Station.  
 
this is the 4th mock up, each one seems to be bigger than the one before.  it has grown from 7 1/2 inches to 11 inches so far.  next try will lengthen the open shed end.
 

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 10   Regionals and Short Lines / GenShorts / Re: B&P/G&W/R&S/D&MM In NY/PA  Posted Aug 15th, 2017, 2:04pm 
Response #142 By towny72       Thread Started By thebigham
That is the scuttlebutt.    
 
When will it happen or will it. Wait back and see! Since the word of that power move came to the surface there have been some changes in MGT over that dept.
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 11   Regional Area Operations / Vancouver / Re: early 90s Vic sub E&N consists  Posted Aug 15th, 2017, 2:46am 
Response #48 By torch       Thread Started By torch
Sunday, June 17, 1990,  southbound at langford :  gp35,gp38ac , 4 government hoppers, a yellow Milwaukee Road hopper, 60 foot CP gondola, one propane car, fifty foot grey,ribside CP boxcar,  fifty foot grey waffleside CP boxcar and caboose.
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 12   Regional Area Operations / Vancouver / Re: early 90s Vic sub E&N consists  Posted Aug 15th, 2017, 2:42am 
Response #47 By torch       Thread Started By torch
Im back, boys!  heres more continuing.  Friday,June 15 , Vic west yard, northbound freight: gp38ac #3001, gp35 #5025 , two grey nahx hoppers, 40' red cp box, 3 propane cars, 50 foot brown southern double door boxcar, 50 foot orange cp ribside boxcar, government hopper, 50 foot NW gondola and caboose.    I rode bicycle back toward langford after watching the northbound depart and when I was around the thetis lake overpass area I heard a horn.   A southbound extra  appeared , to my surprise.  Two gp35s, one gp38ac , 39 empty trailertrain flat cars and cabbose.  Obviously this was to set up for a northbound military train.  I didnt catch the northbound military train the next day but guessing from the previous southbound that included seven trailer train flats   that wouldve made the northbound military train 47 cars,including caboose!!
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 13   Regional Area Operations / Vancouver / Re: E&N/SVI photos and video  Posted Aug 14th, 2017, 11:00pm 
Response #1910 By cn2220       Thread Started By cn2220
Are they wearing Beltpack harnesses?
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 14   Model Railroading / HOScale / Re: Let's see your engines!  Posted Aug 14th, 2017, 6:12pm 
Response #820 By toptrain       Thread Started By MH765
 It's Ok I was just embarrassed that I didn't answer it sooner.
 frank
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 15   Fallen Flags / ffgeneral / Re: Laurel Line not a Fallen Flag?    Posted Aug 14th, 2017, 5:08pm 
Response #390 By BlackDiamond1964       Thread Started By grvolans       Linked Image Included, Click Here to View Entire Post
I've been working on models of the Laurel Line infrastructure. Here is a look at the Scranton Station. I've also made the carshops, Scranton Depot, Standard Beef Building (building in front of the depot) and the small Laurel Line Dispatchers office.
 
Linked Image:  http://hostthenpost.org/uploads/0fa830732e553dc40a8d0a0f19ba5d22.jpg
 
 
I'm about to make a model of the Laurel Line Powerhouse but I'm coming up short on reference pictures. Anybody have pictures of this structure they would like to share?
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 16   Model Railroading / HOScale / Re: Let's see your engines!  Posted Aug 14th, 2017, 3:52pm 
Response #819 By Henry       Thread Started By MH765
It is better to compose complicated replies in a text editor and then paste it to the forum post editor rather than rely on your browser window to keep intact. Most browsers don't cache text that is in web page FORM elements so if you accidentally hit anything that changes the window contents you lose the partially composed post.
 
I didn't mean for you to go to all that trouble Frank. I was just going by the three porthole sides and high fans on the Gilberts while the Lionel F3's had two porthole sides and later low fans. I think Lionel's were done in 1948 with help from GM/EMD.
 
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 17   Model Railroading / HOScale / Re: Let's see your engines!  Posted Aug 14th, 2017, 1:55pm 
Response #818 By toptrain       Thread Started By MH765
on Aug 13th, 2017, 2:48am, Henry wrote:       (Click here for original message)
That's an interesting model of an early F3. It must have been designed before Lionel's O gauge F3.

 
http://gilbertho.org/
 
* Because I went back to assist in getting a good answer for Henry and acquired the link above, then I came back and this site threw away all I have composed. It was a large paragraph. I guess henry the link will have to do. You could go there and look it up. You will see that L-3003 is one of the last few Gilbert F3's given Gilbert numbers and that was 1956. I have B&O F3a 421 it I think is 1946. That is a 10 year period and may help with the design date Henry spoke of.
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 18   Fallen Flags / ATSF / Re: SF's passenger equipment, post-AMTRAK  Posted Aug 13th, 2017, 8:52pm 
Response #9 By ClydeDET       Thread Started By E8M 86 A-B
Well in 1966, not Penn Central yet. PRR. nd not ANYTHING close to AT&SF service. Not on time, either (except leaving Chicago).
 
Had occasion to go to Chicago mid to late 1974, on Uncle's nickel. Equipment was ex-Santa Fe (cars - power was AMTRAK SDP-40Fs, two of them), and one (put on at Fort Worth) former CB&Q Cal Zephyr round-end dome observation/sleeper/lounge. Wonderful view, but A/C wasn't working, so nobody in the rooms. Crew was still ex-Santa Fe and meals were what they had been Good.
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 19   Model Railroading / Scratchbuild / Re: A New Layout  Posted Aug 13th, 2017, 4:10pm 
Response #70 By moocow       Thread Started By moocow
should point out  
there is a view block 3 1/2 inches in front of the backdrop covered in "improved lichen" (lichen dipped in rubber cement and then in salvaged ground foam) from "the vault of the ages" (a box of stuff salvaged from 50 years of model railroading)  
the view block conceals the "escape track" which connects the staging yards
 
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 20   Model Railroading / HOScale / Re: Let's see your engines!  Posted Aug 13th, 2017, 2:48am 
Response #817 By Henry       Thread Started By MH765
That's an interesting model of an early F3. It must have been designed before Lionel's O gauge F3.
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 21   Model Railroading / HOScale / Re: Let's see your engines!    Posted Aug 12th, 2017, 7:32pm 
Response #816 By toptrain       Thread Started By MH765       View Thread with L-3003_s.jpg - 155245 Bytes
This is a Gilbert Santa Fe F3A # L-3003.
frank
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 22   Model Railroading / HOScale / Re: HO cars 1950's-1960's, with 30's and 40's thrown in.    Posted Aug 12th, 2017, 7:21pm 
Response #380 By toptrain       Thread Started By toptrain       View Thread with 126_Sinclair_s.jpg - 208908 Bytes
Here is a hard to find Gilbert Sinclair #126 tank car. This car was cataloged and sold for 4 years 1946 to 1950.
 frank

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 23   North American Railroads / CSX / Re: CSX Sightings / Discussion 2017    Posted Aug 12th, 2017, 3:43pm 
Response #29 By co_riff       Thread Started By YeOldeEnjine       Linked Image Included, Click Here to View Entire Post
Visitor on the CSX Ohio River Sub. in Point Pleasant,WV
 
Linked Image:  http://www.trainboard.com/highball/index.php?media/dpp_0130.130614/full&d=1502540896
 
Curtis
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 24   Locomotives and Rolling Stock / RollingStock / Re: Help - CSX lost a railcar  Posted Aug 11th, 2017, 4:20pm 
Response #11 By RTexeon       Thread Started By Skid_Vicious
on Apr 14th, 2017, 1:30pm, George_Harris wrote:       (Click here for original message)
Tried to think of a polite answer to this, but think I will just answer straight out since your company is not paying me either directly or indirectly.  
This is where you should have started instead of trying to get a freeby out of fans.  If you want a local guide you could probably find one for a fee find help.  (Note to anyone thinking about being such:  Do not underprice yourself.  They should be willing to put out some serious money here.  This is from one who knows the difference between his pay rate, which ain't bad and what my employer charges for my time.)
 
So far seems that we have been pulling factual information out one item at a time. Back to the last unanswered question:
 
What is the commodity, or at the least, is it placarded and with what placard?  Follow this up with any and all useful information, such as waybilled destination, why Gainsville, more specifics on last known sighting where and when, etc., etc.  Otherwise you are wasting your time and ours.

If you want a local guide you could probably find one for a fee find help......
 
Sometimes I have this problem in finding rail cars also.  
 
I would like to know if there are any forums or places to contact rail fanners that may be able to see certain yards or have access if they are in the biz.  This is something that I know our company would pay for if price was reasonable. Obviously, honesty here is important so I will state first off that my company is in the rail car leasing and sales biz. Some of our business is brokered sales or leases and so when it comes to getting information on rail cars thru Steelroads or the individual Class I's - not being a party to the waybill makes it very difficult to find a car sometimes past the track and trace reporting. This post sounds like that scenario.
 
 I've been looking for a particular car myself so I stumbled on this post and curiosity made me check it out. I am coming up hard pressed to even find a yardmaster's phone number sometimes, so it would be nice to know that I could check the forums to see if there was anyone out there willing to check a yard or an industry side track if they are in the area.
 
Thanks, Chris
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 25   Regionals and Short Lines / GenShorts / Re: B&P/G&W/R&S/D&MM In NY/PA  Posted Aug 11th, 2017, 2:22pm 
Response #141 By Sean       Thread Started By thebigham
Is there strong likelihood of the SD70M-2s being transferred from the P&W to B&P as stated on railpictures.net? If so, when are they expected to be relocated?
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 26   Regional Area Operations / WNYClass1 / Re: Trackside in western NY    Posted Aug 10th, 2017, 8:14pm 
Response #6 By Matthew_L       Thread Started By Matthew_L       Linked Image Included, Click Here to View Entire Post
I was out in western NY 3 weeks ago this evening. CSX and NS run side by side from Hamburg to Dunkirk. I chose the Bayview Road crossing, which is one of my favorite location to railfan in greater Buffalo.
 
NS 316 heading east on the former NKP mainline:
 
Linked Image:  http://i857.photobucket.com/albums/ab139/Erielackawanna/2017/July%202017/0720%20Hamburg%20NY/DSCN6260.jpg
 
NS 316 had welded rail flats in the consist:
 
Linked Image:  http://i857.photobucket.com/albums/ab139/Erielackawanna/2017/July%202017/0720%20Hamburg%20NY/DSCN6272.jpg
 
CSX intermodal heading east, with a classic NYC signal bridge overhead:
 
Linked Image:  http://i857.photobucket.com/albums/ab139/Erielackawanna/2017/July%202017/0720%20Hamburg%20NY/DSCN6325.jpg
 
For the rest of the action at Bayview Road, please visit this slide show:
 
http://s857.photobucket.com/user/Erielackawanna/slideshow/2017/July%202017/0720%20Hamburg%20NY
 
All photos in this post and the link were taken by me Thursday 7/20/0217 in Hamburg, NY.
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 27   Regional Area Operations / Vancouver / Re: E&N (SRY-VI) Movement Reports: 2017  Posted Aug 10th, 2017, 3:28pm 
Response #84 By Goose5       Thread Started By CPRail4744
Light engines northbound for Superior Propane at 10:50. Returned with 2 cars at 12:20.
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 28   Model Railroading / LiveSteam / Re: BOILER BUILDING + Other Projects by STEAMHEATON  Posted Aug 10th, 2017, 12:21pm 
Response #1107 By tomc       Thread Started By ErieAtlantic7597
Moosey, look into Flickr.  I use it but get it free from AT&T with my account.
 
Tom C.
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 29   Regionals and Short Lines / WNYP / Re: Portageville Bridge Update  Posted Aug 9th, 2017, 9:48pm 
Response #26 By centercab       Thread Started By roc
on Jul 25th, 2017, 11:08pm, roc wrote:       (Click here for original message)
Will change the view for the better.

Agree. Old bridge would become "clutter" as per the bighams projected view of new structure. Progress in this case is good, new  bridge is elegant
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 30   Model Railroading / LiveSteam / Re: BOILER BUILDING + Other Projects by STEAMHEATON  Posted Aug 9th, 2017, 5:05pm 
Response #1106 By moose_the_caboose       Thread Started By ErieAtlantic7597
Losing the neked chicken look!  Great!
 
Looking for a third party hosting site for all my pics...suggestions?
 
moose
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 31   Regional Area Operations / Vancouver / Re: Vancouver Island Model Railways  Posted Aug 9th, 2017, 4:59pm 
Response #300 By MinionII       Thread Started By cn2220
on Aug 3rd, 2017, 10:00pm, churlish wrote:       (Click here for original message)

 
I have no idea how to stumble across it! I'll see about adding it to dreams and designs. I'm not up to speed on their structure either.

 
It looks like the blog area functions the same as the discussion forums, you just click on blogs instead of discussion forums. And if you click on recent posts, it displays both blog posts and forum posts. All good!
 
I'm looking forward to seeing more!
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 32   Model Railroading / HOScale / Re: HO cars 1950's-1960's, with 30's and 40's thrown in.    Posted Aug 9th, 2017, 12:57pm 
Response #379 By toptrain       Thread Started By toptrain       View Thread with 08643_s.jpg - 118040 Bytes
A Lionel box car I recently got is The Alaska Railroad # 08643.
frank
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 33   Regional Area Operations / Vancouver / Re: E&N/SVI photos and video  Posted Aug 9th, 2017, 3:02am 
Response #1909 By MinionII       Thread Started By cn2220
I definitely want to catch that someday soon.
 
Thanks for posting this set of pictures. Looks like 17 cars were pulled off the barge? Any idea what the barge capacity is?
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 34   Model Railroading / LiveSteam / Re: BOILER BUILDING + Other Projects by STEAMHEATON  Posted Aug 9th, 2017, 12:29am 
Response #1105 By SteamHeaton       Thread Started By ErieAtlantic7597
Thank you Henry.  It's been fun starting to work on the cosmetic part of this build now.  Ray III
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 35   Model Railroading / LiveSteam / Re: BOILER BUILDING + Other Projects by STEAMHEATON  Posted Aug 9th, 2017, 12:05am 
Response #1104 By Henry       Thread Started By ErieAtlantic7597
That looks great Ray!
 
Henry
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 36   Model Railroading / LiveSteam / Re: BOILER BUILDING + Other Projects by STEAMHEATON    Posted Aug 8th, 2017, 10:11pm 
Response #1103 By SteamHeaton       Thread Started By ErieAtlantic7597       View Thread with 2017-08-08_21.06.40.jpg - 236052 Bytes
Actual IC pilot.
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 37   Model Railroading / LiveSteam / Re: BOILER BUILDING + Other Projects by STEAMHEATON    Posted Aug 8th, 2017, 10:10pm 
Response #1102 By SteamHeaton       Thread Started By ErieAtlantic7597       View Thread with 2017-08-08_21.05.30.jpg - 265033 Bytes
Almost finished.
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 38   Model Railroading / LiveSteam / Re: BOILER BUILDING + Other Projects by STEAMHEATON  Posted Aug 8th, 2017, 10:00pm 
Response #1101 By SteamHeaton       Thread Started By ErieAtlantic7597
All welded, just needs to be cleaned up, before painting.
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 39   Model Railroading / LiveSteam / Re: BOILER BUILDING + Other Projects by STEAMHEATON  Posted Aug 8th, 2017, 7:13pm 
Response #1100 By SteamHeaton       Thread Started By ErieAtlantic7597
Thanks Bobby.
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 40   Regional Area Operations / Vancouver / Re: E&N/SVI photos and video    Posted Aug 8th, 2017, 5:55pm 
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 41   Regional Area Operations / Vancouver / Re: E&N/SVI photos and video    Posted Aug 8th, 2017, 5:54pm 
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 42   Regional Area Operations / Vancouver / Re: E&N/SVI photos and video    Posted Aug 8th, 2017, 5:53pm 
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 43   Regional Area Operations / Vancouver / Re: E&N/SVI photos and video    Posted Aug 8th, 2017, 5:52pm 
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 44   Regional Area Operations / Vancouver / Re: E&N/SVI photos and video    Posted Aug 8th, 2017, 5:51pm 
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 45   Regional Area Operations / Vancouver / Re: E&N/SVI photos and video    Posted Aug 8th, 2017, 5:50pm 
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 46   Regional Area Operations / Vancouver / Re: E&N/SVI photos and video    Posted Aug 8th, 2017, 5:49pm 
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 47   Regional Area Operations / Vancouver / Re: Alberni Pacific Railway  Posted Aug 8th, 2017, 5:49pm 
Response #12 By aprsteamer       Thread Started By cycledude
Just to clarify, the #11 locomotive is a 45 ton engine, not 65 ton as reported
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 48   Regional Area Operations / Vancouver / Re: E&N/SVI photos and video    Posted Aug 8th, 2017, 5:48pm 
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 49   Regional Area Operations / Vancouver / Re: E&N/SVI photos and video    Posted Aug 8th, 2017, 5:48pm 
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 50   Regional Area Operations / Vancouver / Re: E&N/SVI photos and video    Posted Aug 8th, 2017, 5:47pm 
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