67 Photos - Jan 16, 2015
Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Mr. PeabodyPhoto: Photo: Triple header train...Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Mom was doing the Chicken Dance with her son (note the Chicken Dance box car on the track - it's a sound car...and it is playing the chicken dance song)...note the confused look from the young man on her right.Photo: Photo: Okay, its not a train...I know...Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Reflection in the water on a rare 'calm waters" day.Photo: Photo: Reflection in the water on a rare 'calm waters" day.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Ed and Josh worked together to replace the ballast from the edge of the bridge to the crossing gate. Looks great guys!!!Photo: ...and the trains really like the new ballast...no leaning!Photo: Fred, the 'other' Fred, and Mike (right) taking a much deserved break.Photo: Photo: Photo: This photo is now fixed...and correct.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Setting up the long train in the shop...be sure to watch the video of the long train on the 'RGGR Videos' album.Photo: We couldn't get all the cars in one photo...but here it is at the start of its first journey on the Butterfly.Photo: The nearly 40 car train - with the first two locomotives pulling the consist.Photo: Even in this snap, you can't see the end of the train in the upper left corner...Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: ...and the drivers is a...chicken!Photo: This is Everett. He visits the park and the RGGR often and is very knowledgeable of the various trains. He knows many of the volunteers and Josh by name/sight. Everett is 4 years old. We all enjoy his visits.Photo: Getting the circus train...and others, ready for a days run.Photo: Our lead car for one of the concert nights...Photo: Photo: