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Leland Stanford driving the Golden Spike at Promontory, UT on 10 May 1869. Bignette started as a micro based on Lego set 4837. It looked silly without figs, but they are too big at this scale. Ill have to try my hand at full size locos.
 
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Folder Keywords: MOC Train Town Western Golden Spike micro train promontory

Folder created: 2008/03/30 14:02:47
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