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Lionel Trains Pennsylvania 0-8-8-0 CC2 Steam Locomotive #8183.  a length of track could be tacked to shelf to display the engine & tender.

Lionel Trains Pennsylvania Steam Locomotive a length of track could be tacked to shelf to display the engine & tender.

Vintage--?Lionel Train Set Railroad Flashing Crossing Signal Arm [can be wired] 8.75"

Lionel Train Set Railroad Flashing Crossing Signal Arm [can be wired]

a steamer ready to go

a steamer ready to go

a steamer waiting to be filled

a steamer waiting to be filled

SOFT AND LOVELY

Black and White Ferris Wheel

totally abandoned

totally abandoned

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This is a great Real Estate infograph explaining the difference between looking at homes online VERSUS in person.Looking for a Real Estate Agent?

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Vintage Lionel Water Tank-Water Tower- Good/No Dents

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Old KC Pullman train car

Rodeo, cowboy, horse, bull

Still have never managed to get a picture like this with all of my saddles, ropes and hats

What I wouldn't do for a cute photo like this of my honey and I

Arizona Wedding by Sloan Photographers

The Vault: Curated & Refined Wedding Inspiration - Style Me Pretty

Mason jar flower arrangement

Mason jar flower arrangement

Basketball engagement shoot   Arkansas Photographer: Lance Shingleur    shingleur@gmail.com

how stupid cute is this

BIg ikat pattern curtains

BIg ikat pattern curtains

<p>This is my good friend Dustin Roush from Gillette, Wyoming. Dustin posed for Leigh and I in July of 2006 at the DC Bar Guest Ranch, my friend's ranch in Pinedale, Wyoming. Dustin and his family operate a very large…</p>

This is my good friend Dustin Roush from Gillette, Wyoming. Dustin posed for Leigh and I in July of 2006 at the DC Bar Guest Ranch, my friend's ranch in Pinedal

Photo shows a locomotive lying on its side. According to a New York  Times article, April 30, 1911, "A train, carrying 169 school  teachers, friends, and relatives, bound from Utica, Syracuse, and  Waterville, N.Y., to Washington, was hurled down a forty-foot  embankment at Martin's Creek, N.J."

Bain News Service, publisher - Wreck of teachers train Print