Train layout adds to fun at Louisville Zoo

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modelbob

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PS - Indonesia!?! Uh, I'm not sure where he got that idea...

Looks like an SW lettered for the New Haven to me. I can't see the steamer in the one photo, but the coaches lead me to suspect it's a probably Bachmann 4-6-0...
 

CBCNSfan

Registered Member
Staff member
PS - Indonesia!?! Uh, I'm not sure where he got that idea...
Must have been the Bamboo structures, bad weed or something, after reading the article I had to log on to the zoo to re affirm it was Louisville Ky.
Cheers Willis :D
 

Lady_Railfan

House Mother, Cheerleader
Discrimination!!!!

"Most kids go through a train stage," Zoeller said, "but a lot of fathers and grandfathers should really enjoy the garden, too."
Hmmmmph.

What fun. :) Ten grand to design the layout, huh? Mine should be worth a new hat, at least. :D
 




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