Christmas Eve

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Uncle Al
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Christmas Eve

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For all train buffs, young and old :D
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A city in snow and lights :santa:

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Interesting - - -
Some place is having a Holiday with SNOW -
Minneapolis/St. Paul is going to have a brown Christmas

Strange engine/locomotive with what appears to be double decked coach passenger facilities.
Some European version of a Budd combo car ?
The empty tracks to the right seem to be higher on the right side ?
Yes I know it is only an illustration of a snowy holiday setting in a city ?
Interesting - - -

If it has wheels - wings - or cruises I am game

Merry Christmas - Happy New Years
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:santa: :santa: :santa:
And a very Merry Christmas to you Al!!
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Even from this old boy who doesn't celebrate Christmas, Kwanzaa, Hannukah, or any of the other Major Holidays of the season, but rather the Winter Solstice -- May you all have a lovely time this season, and may you find the new year full of health and prosperity!
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I was on Reading SC for a bit, thought I d jump in too and wish all the skirted friends. I wish you all a great Christmas and a blessed 2024!

Much love to you and your kin.
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Merry Christmas
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I hope you all enjoy the festive season :toast:
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Merry Christmas, everyone!
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