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Nevada Northern Railway cat 0537a

Nevada Northern Railway cat 0537a
One of the rodent control volunteers. From a July 11 visit to the Nevada Northern Railway

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James Ruddy
James Ruddy
It looks like he's waiting for the train...very cute photo.

I got a shock when I opened your first photo and found no place to write a comment! Then I thought maybe you can disable that function and went to this next photo, and see that everything is ok. Was your wagon, red? Mine was.
4 years ago.
Don Barrett (aka DBs… has replied to James Ruddy
That first photo is loaded as a personal photo, not one of the general ones. I'll have to see why if I can reset so comments can be added. The wagon probably was red, but it was 60 years ago and I don't remember. It's a telling sign, though, that I was dressed as a cowboy and in cowboy boots -- in Florida..
4 years ago.
James Ruddy
James Ruddy
We all have a bit to learn about this new place. I think red was the standard color for all wagons back then, but wasn't sure. I think the only telling thing about being dressed up like a little cowboy is our ages. I don't believe dressing up little kids as cowboys covers a very long time span. It sure wouldn't work out well in this day and age though. I kinda had a smirk on my face just now thinking about what if...a little white boy went to school here dressed up like a cowboy. I could just imagine the Indians screaming racism over it and marching in the street downtown. Although, it isn't a problem at the rodeo when both Indian and White Kids dress up like cowboys, but in school it would be. I suppose it's the setting that matters.
4 years ago.