Easton & Potomac trackage - red lines

Friday, May 30, 2014

CEO Threatens Uncontrolled Deforestation

This is the CEO's view of the house on the hill.  Upon seeing this the CEO demanded the removal of enough trees to provide her a view of the house on the hill.  If the superintendent didn't remove the trees himself then she threatened to use something call "Tripod".  Not knowing what "Tripod" was the superintendent had to go to the last blog posting and looked at the comment from Dick Munnikhuysen (Posted by the superintendent.)

In spite of the CEO's treats, today more trees were planted.  The photos below document the process used until all of the current stock of trees was exhausted.

 Selecting a tree for planting.

 Planting a tree.

To see the finished product go to www.easton-and-potomac.com.

And the picture below shows the current state of the Central Valley VM box cars.  The Ambroid VM box car (not shown) is more complex and has just received its roofing.  Tomorrow it should get its side sheating and be in the same state as the Central Valley cars.

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