Narrow Gauge Steam

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Narrow Gauge Steam
Posted by Anonymous on Wednesday, July 14, 2004 3:56 PM


I have recently begun a photography class and I showed the pictures I took when I went to Dollywood theme park in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. There, in the park is a narrow guage line and the park owns two ex-White Pass and Yukon mikados that pull trains up and down the mountain. The engines are switched out each year and the owner Dolly Parton named #70 "Cinder"ella and #192 Klondike Katy.

I have some great pictures of them and the teacher said that if I can get them blown up into 8x10 and put them in frames and other stuff, I can sell them and that steam train enthusiasts would pay a tidy sum for them. Before I go about doing that, would anybody be interested in buying one? See below for details.

I only have to photos tht I will sell now, but as time progreses, I have alot more I will add two new ones every year

Only sizes are 8x10 or larger

Please e-mail me at locomotive10@aol.com and give me your name address and whatever else I will need and I will send your the picture(s) of your choice.

Cab Shot $25.00 add shipping cost when you purchase
Steam Locomotive $30.00 add shipping cost when you purchase


Thank You
Nicholas Parker

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Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, July 15, 2004 9:38 PM
I have decided to lower the cost of the pictures
Cab shot $15.00
Steam Locomotive $20.00
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Posted by Anonymous on Saturday, July 17, 2004 2:16 PM
Hello


I have added a phot to the list. See below all three.

I just tried an I cannot get the images on here so e-mail me at locomotive10@aol.com and I will send you the images.

Warning These are copyrighted, you will be sued if you copy it.

Nicholas Parker

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