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There are several storage sheds in the yard. These sheds look like the
trailor end of tractor-trailor trucks, but without wheels. They were just
real large storage units on the ground. When Vince started to open one up,
I thought he was going to show me some interesting car repair items stored
in the shed. I couldn't see inside when he opened the door because of where
I was standing. Vince surprised me when he started talking into the shed!
The shed wasn't just for storage, but had been converted into a work
office. In this photo is
contributor to the content of the
Training Newsletter and Web Page. This converted storage shed is
affectionately known as the "WAD BOX". The status of work repairs, battery
replacements, etc. is tracked by computer.
The photos in this slide show were taken in the mid-1990's
by Steve Grande on his Amtrak travels throughout the nation.
The size of the photos is purposely smaller as disk space
was expensive and download speeds were slower at that time.
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