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Inbound from Crenshaw!!!! © 2010 - 2024 Steve Claude



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Picture Title: Inbound from Crenshaw!!!!
Photographer: Steve Claude
Submission Date: 2/16/2010 6:19:00 PM
Comments: F-7 on the new addition to the Crenshaw line, not yet complete.
Gallery Category: Projects
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Locomotive or Car Type: Steam Locomotives
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Track Gauge: 7.5
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Critiqued 2/16/2010 7:17:50 PM by tom  d, lakewood
I've been told that spring time is a good time of the year to plant new track if you want to see it grow
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Critiqued 2/16/2010 8:34:21 PM by Charlie  Giordano, Torrance, CA
Great! Cant wait to run some trains up the new branch!
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Critiqued 2/16/2010 9:01:25 PM by Phil  Cohen, Torrance, CA
Wow, I am impressed! Good job.

  Comment Response Entered: 2/17/2010 7:08:11 AM  By: Charlie   Giordano - Torrance, CA
how long we gonna make this go up? Is all that track for this or we goning to run some track somewhere else? Id like to start gradding down the land behind the club house and start laying track back there for another yard. Would be nice to put a steaming bay or two back there or another lift table! Make us more meet freindly
  Comment Response Entered: 2/17/2010 7:15:50 AM  By: Steve   C - RPV
For now I am going to try to finish at the end of the school maint. yard. We still need some more track for that and the ties that are back ordered.
  Comment Response Entered: 2/17/2010 3:51:52 PM  By: Charlie Giordano    - 
Ya im thinking about going up next time im at work day and seeing if I could add maybe a little more length to end track where u back up into turn table. I think we extended that and maybe even moved the switch up to a higher position we could run bigger trains up and feel a little safer when pulling up and not running into those rocks! maybe build a little STOP sign to or end of track buffer that looks nicer than a pile of concrete or watever it is!
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Critiqued 2/17/2010 3:59:36 PM by howie  , elsegundo
OH MY!!!, steve did you do this work? all by yourself? is that a new switch? lets get a track work-day set-up to go further, to whoever did this? thank you all!

  Comment Response Entered: 2/17/2010 5:01:46 PM  By: Steve   C - RPV
No, the tractor helped too! I have about 50' complete and another 50' set without ties. I am out of ties but they will arrive soon.
  Comment Response Entered: 2/17/2010 5:06:52 PM  By: Charlie   Giordano - Torrance, CA
Are you guys ever gonna run that roller coaster track we got?
  Comment Response Entered: 2/18/2010 3:31:25 AM  By: tom   d - lkaewood
planning on using the steel on the end of crensaw.Its about 500 feet to the end and we have 880 feet of steel there some left for othre places but it cant be where kelly would have too run his loco much
  Comment Response Entered: 2/18/2010 3:40:02 AM  By: tom   d - lakewood
charlie if you look on the forum page there some more info on the steel rail
  Comment Response Entered: 2/18/2010 7:08:02 AM  By: Charlie   Giordano - Torrance, CA
Whats wrong with kellys train?
  Comment Response Entered: 2/18/2010 8:29:19 AM  By: tom   d - lakewood
read the post in the forum it tells the hole story.
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