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    Ball @ work

    This is what I drive at work, and this is what I get to drive it with.
    Probably the worlds largest train set, and putting Ball back in train service.
    Hope you enjoy the pics.
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    Re: Ball @ work

    You are da man!

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    Re: Ball @ work

    Very cool, sorta like bringing it back to its roots, but with modern versions of both!
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    Re: Ball @ work

    Very cool!! I have always wanted a life size train set!!! I envy you!!
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    Re: Ball @ work

    Hi Groundhog,

    What a COOL job and work vehicle! You're so lucky to be able to do that for a living!

    It makes my daily work vehicle seem...so boring and blahblahblah...


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    Re: Ball @ work

    Thanks, I had to put in a lot of years to hold a decent scheduled shift. These new remote control loco's are a blast to play with. It kind of brought back the fun in railroading again. And yes, the horn and bell switch can be fun to play with too.
    It's funny how many railroad watches I've accumulated over the years. They made us all buy Bulova Accutrons when I started but now, we only have to have a decent quality watch. I feel like I'm maintaining a tradition by using the Ball watch at work.

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    Re: Ball @ work

    Those are some great pictures! Thank you for participating on or board!!!
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