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  1. #1
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    Default its amazing

    this is the original
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    (Cant see a thing)
    but....
    when you edit it
    MAGIC
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    ENJOY

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    Default RE: its amazing

    sniff :-(
    no one likes my pictures :-(
    i want 20 replys

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    Default RE: its amazing

    lol , ONE
    that's because no one is sure of what your purpose was...
    was it a suggestion to lighten pics before posting them?
    something else?

    Make a Mess!!
    I am :-)

    " I do what my Rice Krispies tell me to do "

    VNARC
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    Make a Mess

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    Default RE: its amazing

    lol
    comeng
    [font color="green" size="500" face="face"]this is green[/Arial]
    [font color="orange" size="500" face="face"]this is orange[/Arial]
    [font color="pink" size="500" face="face"]this is pink[/Arial]

    [font color="blue" size="500" face="face"]:-)[/Arial]

    have to get me' posts up

    haha

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    Default RE: its amazing

    [font color=black]A little description to identify what I'm looking at would be nice. People from all over the world frequent this site and I, for one, am not that train-savvy to recognize every single loco, traction, or rolling stock that's ever been made.

    What ever you did to the photo to lighten it up sure worked. :)

    - Andrew

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    Default RE: its amazing

    I'll field this one!

    It is a suburban train (generally known as 'Comeng' from the maker) in Melbourne, Australia. It looks like it is in the City Loop, a four station loop under the city's central business district. I'm not sure of the station though. Seeing that pic brings back happy memories. I can practically smell that electrical-rubbery-brake block smell and feel the rush of wind as it enters the station. I left Melbourne six years ago, but rode those trains for years. I even got a cab ride in one of them, M445 IIRC, in early 1987, from Belgrave to Spencer St and on to Broadmeadows and back. I'd better not mention the other time when I (may or may not have!)got a drive, as some people wouldn't be happy. Suffice to say it was in an empty three-car set, after the last run to Frankston, going back to Carrum to stable for the night. If I had good plans, I'd love to build one in TSM. It'd make a change from my usual interurban cars...

    Cheers,
    Matt A

    Posting here since July 2002. I've had fun!

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    Default RE: its amazing

    CORRECT
    now melbourne have refurbished those trains
    now look like this
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