Monday, January 26, 2015

Rubbish Tuesday



Finally a home for all those photos I take of old items!!


December 2014 - Las Vegas NV

Click below for more photos from Clark County Museum
Heritage St
Candlelight Wedding Chapel
Museum

This week I am focusing on the trains on display.







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11 comments:

  1. Wow, this was a real treat, just like being there!

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  2. The old engine really appeals to me. Those breakfast prices would be a bargain today, of course... more's the pity!

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  3. love that old menu! train museums are fun...we have a few around here as roanoke is a railroad town!

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  4. Little boys and big boys like trains! Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  5. Enjoyed the vintage train tour. My husband used to have several old railroad keys, but sold them.

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  6. Reminds me very much of the train station museum where I used to work, as Coordinator--the Suffolk Seaboard Station! I will have to post on it. Loved this post! Looks like a great little museum!

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  7. We used to have trains in the back country back in the early 1900s to haul logs from the interior to the ocean to transport to market. Now all that is left are rail beds that in some cases have turned into logging roads. If you are really lucky you can find old ties that didn't get removed or spikes rusting on the forest floor. - Margy

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  8. What a lot of train stuff!!! I have never been to a train museum!! I should find one!

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  9. Train travel is so interesting. I really like your header too..

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  10. I'd love to visit this place! It would be interesting to see these things in real life.

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  11. lots of great artifacts in the railroad museum. I like the locomotive too.

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