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MP 13835, Steel short bay window caboose, built by MPRR in DeSoto, MO, 1980; November 1982

Monday, December 31st, 2012

MP 13835, Steel short bay window caboose, built by MPRR in DeSoto, MO, 1980; November 1982
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Image by San Diego Model Railroad Museum
Description: MP 13835, Steel short bay window caboose, built by MPRR in DeSoto, MO, 1980; November 1982
Copyright: Brenda M. Bailey
Object ID: BMBSlides_06513
Repository: San Diego Model Railroad Museum Library

What should I do with the plastic “window” part of the toy packaging?

Thursday, December 27th, 2012

Question by Threeicys: What should I do with the plastic “window” part of the toy packaging?
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The cardboard part is recyclable, the twist ties are reusable, wrapping paper and ribbon have reuse or recyclable value. I can’t think of what to do with the plastic part.

Best answer:

Answer by White Polar Bear
Regular trash unless the type of plastics is clearly labeled.

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I have to fly next month and have never done it before. What do you see out the window?

Monday, November 5th, 2012

Question by happydawg: I have to fly next month and have never done it before. What do you see out the window?
I am supposed to get on a Boeing 737 and fly from Indianapolis to LasVegas and have never been on a moving plane in the air before. Tell me about what I will see, feel, hear and everything you know. If we fly over my home area, will I be able to see the familiar landmarks if it is a clear day.

Best answer:

Answer by swishyvt
Being on a plane feels pretty much like being on a bus. If you look out window, you might just see clouds, but you can see land if it’s clear. I always find it hard to pick out landmarks. Sometime the pilot will announce some really special landmarks. Sometimes there will be turbulence, but it isn’t scary. Just think of it as bumps in the road. Enjoy your flight! And bring a snack. Food on flights can really be terrible sometimes, but they will have free soda, juice, water, etc.

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A question with regard to bay window cabs?

Monday, October 15th, 2012

Question by Samurai Hoghead: A question with regard to bay window cabs?
As the first bay window cabs of conventional design were introduced as an improvement over cupola cabs, were any of the first generation of them wood composite, as with their predecessor?

I seem to remember having seen a photo of one captured on the old Coast Division of the SP, but other than that, which I do not possess, they seem to have never existed. That argument may also stand by virtue of the fact that I’ve never seen one modeled, which would be expected had they been.

So, any wood bw cabs, prototype or model and if so, which railroads?

Thanks.

Stay safe.

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Best answer:

Answer by Kevin
Yes, Chicago Northwestern and Minnesota Northern

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Window Tableau, Dry Brush Version

Friday, December 30th, 2011

Window Tableau, Dry Brush Version

Image by cobalt123
Dry brush filter version of the original photo, taken through the glass of The Country Store in Quemado, New Mexico. The next image is a version that used the watercolor filter instead. I think that the next version is my favorite. Appreciate any comments on any of these three versions.

how to make a site open in another window?

Saturday, September 10th, 2011

Question by malc: how to make a site open in another window?
Hello can some one help me I want to open a site from another site this html opens it in the same window, not what I want. thank you
href=”http://www.elc.co.uk/toy-41147″> Chunky Train

Best answer:

Answer by nicsgirlus
after your website put target=blank>
http://whateversite.com” target=blank>

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