The new-ish balloon-shaped backdrop at Peter. It's made from 24" aluminum flashing, such as is commonly used for window wraps with vinyl siding. I bonded it over the ends of the existing Masonite sections using E-6000 adhesive.
The new-ish balloon-shaped backdrop at Peter. It's made from 24" aluminum flashing, such as is commonly used for window wraps with vinyl siding. I bonded it over the ends of the existing Masonite sections using E-6000 adhesive.
By: Joe Atkinson
Looking west at McClelland and the McClelland Feed & Grain spur, the eastern-most portion of which has been abandoned. The remaining portion of the spur is still used occasionally for MOW cars and equipment. Bluffs Yard is visible across the aisle in the background, while Atlantic is to the right.
Looking west at McClelland and the McClelland Feed & Grain spur, the eastern-most portion of which has been abandoned. The remaining portion of the spur is still used occasionally for MOW cars and equipment. Bluffs Yard is visible across the aisle in the background, while Atlantic is to the right.
By: Joe Atkinson
Looking east toward McClelland.
Looking east toward McClelland.
By: Joe Atkinson
Rolling hills west of McClelland.
Rolling hills west of McClelland.
By: Joe Atkinson
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