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  1. r_i_straw
    @sd90ns My understanding is that so far, East Texas has not had an invasion of kudzu. To me the plants look like trumpet vines and Virginia creeper with maybe a little poison ivy thrown in.
  2. sd90ns
    If that's kudzu, those cars might have been parked there just yesterday.:)
  3. sd90ns
    Wow! Somebody did an excellent paint job on the engineer. Is that O Scale or G?
  4. sd90ns
    N or HO?
  5. acptulsa
    Rusty. It has a stove chimney, so it's passenger accomodations for a freight train. And it has a big door on the side, which could be for parcels, or for horses. Possibly a cheap coach baggage...

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