He's probably the best custom painter in AL (Unless I'm down for visit ) Just kidding
I've seen some of your layout pics. Reminds me somewhat of the Rathole on the Southern the few pics I saw.
Question, is the 4101 the loco you got from Jim G?
Yep, it sure is, along with the AC-9, the 2-10-2, the GS-3, and the Pacific. I'd like to see the article. What paper ran it?
I wish I could find a job down there that would pay enough for me to own that house! I'd be back in a flash. The kids like it up here tho, and there'd probably be claw marks on I-94 and I-65 all the way back to B'ham!
That's why I told you to get over there soon if you wanted to see everything one more time. It's far more likely that whoever buys the house will dismantle everything The thought of that breaks my heart. Some of my best work is in that basement.
I've been buying as much of his Espee collection as I can afford, and that's why the airbrush has been so busy. Wish I could afford his library! That's as impressive as everything else, as you know.
It's tough to get old.
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