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Picture Title: How do I do this?
Location: Riverside Live Steamers, Riverside CA
Photographer: Charlie Giordano
Submission Date: 11/1/2009 4:57:11 PM
Comments: Steve trys to figure out the complex workings of a steam locomotive. steve says that he barley made it to the tope of the hill cuz I had filled the water glass with to much water. Steve just needs to learn about blowing down. i think I need to give him lessons. Well start off at 50 bucks an hour
Gallery Category: Other Clubs
Technical Information:    
Shooting Location: Riverside Live Steamers, Riverside CA
Owner: SCLS
Locomotive Name or Road: Yosemite Valley American No.613
Locomotive or Car Type: Steam Locomotives
Whyte Classification Numeric: 4-4-0     Name: American     Layout: ooOO    Class: 4 Wheel Leading Truck
Track Gauge: 7.5
Scale: 1.5
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Critiqued 11/1/2009 5:01:44 PM by Steve  C, Home
I just need to teach you rhe difference between full and "why is water coming out of the stack?".

  Comment Response Entered: 11/1/2009 5:53:30 PM  By: Charlie   Giordano - 
hahahahahaha thanx for he pics by the way. my computer hard drive still exepted them
  Comment Response Entered: 11/1/2009 9:53:01 PM  By: tom   d  - lakewood ca
you boys need to lern to fill loco with water on the fly no more of is stopping to smell the roses stuff
  Comment Response Entered: 11/2/2009 6:30:48 AM  By: Charlie   Giordano - 
ok. wat will your lessons run me
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