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Picture Information:
Picture Title: The Long Long Train
Location: SCLS Torrance Shag Crossing
Photographer: Phillip Cohen
Submission Date: 2/8/2010 10:07:06 PM
Comments: Jim's long long train with Jr Engineer Steve at the controls. Phil is at the back in Mark's 0-4-0 giving a little push.
Gallery Category: Steam
Technical Information:    
Shooting Location: SCLS Torrance Shag Crossing
Owner: Jim Berryman
Locomotive Name or Road: C&P #9
Locomotive or Car Type: Steam Locomotives
Whyte Classification Numeric: 2-6-0     Name: Mogul     Layout: oOOO    Class: 2 Wheel Leading Truck
Track Gauge: 7.5
Scale: 3.75
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Critiqued 2/9/2010 7:52:31 AM by Steve  C, RPV
Phil, the steam rookie, being towed around the track!

  Comment Response Entered: 2/10/2010 5:00:13 PM  By: Charlie   Giordano - Torrance, CA
ya i refuse to ride behind steve on run days! Tims loco has much better "animizor" and fuel valve and its alot easier to clen up stack. The first lap with steve tho was great! the public actually new they were behind a steam engine!
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Critiqued 2/9/2010 7:53:00 AM by Charlie  Giordano, Torrance, CA
haha some quality here! I though Phils camera were guaranteed a good picture. haha what great day at the club though. Cant wait to run the american in the snow this weekend!!! We'll play slppin and a sliddin as I run around that track!

  Comment Response Entered: 2/9/2010 4:28:20 PM  By: Phil   Cohen - Torrance, CA
Will have to show you how to use it and the theory behind lighting. Had you turned on the flash you would have had a perfect photo.

Next time.
  Comment Response Entered: 2/9/2010 6:08:24 PM  By: Charlie   Giordano - Torrance, CA
ya I hadnt turned it on tell later. I so use to ye old canon power shot who has sadly past away haha
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