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Messages - Bryce Weeks

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Work and Events / Re: WW&F No. 53 - Official Work Thread
« on: May 17, 2022, 07:35:15 PM »
We'll have to supply parachutes to the engine crew incase they happen to fall off! 😂

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Volunteers / Re: MANAGER NEEDED FOR ONGOING ISSUE...
« on: October 20, 2021, 07:58:01 PM »
No Jeff I will not, but my goal is to make parking a lot simpler, clearer, and more efficient than it is now. I know I have a lot to do to get it in shape, along with my other projects, but I know I can do it and it'll all be worth it! Hopefully there will be some change so everything is going to be set up a bit better, and not really "willy nilly" for a lack of better term.

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I will be there all 4 days for spiking and lining im sure Joe or whoever is in charge will have me spiking with the crew. I'll see you all there!

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Museum Discussion / Re: Dave Buczkowski TV interview
« on: April 12, 2018, 10:16:24 AM »
Very well done Dave, it was a amazing interveiw! I'm looking forward to the 21st and the work weekend! See you there!!

-Bryce Weeks

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Volunteers / Re: 2017 Volunteer Hours
« on: March 08, 2018, 12:45:33 AM »
James Patton it is James Nobilini and i can email you his address for the volunteer hour stuff.

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General Discussion / Re: Who Am I? or, Let's Introduce Ourselves
« on: July 28, 2017, 01:45:08 AM »
hello to any one who is reading this. i live in west gardiner and i'm 14. i try to go to the ww&f every chance i get. i am probably the youngest trainee at the moment and its fun working/training.its part of my bloodline.(as i like to call it) my uncle and grand father got me into going down there and it just sucked me in to the world of trains. my uncle is leon weeks of which you know who built the model t rail car. (i helped out every once in a while not really knowing what i was doing to help.) i've helped work on TOM,#9,the upper yard,the Whitefield section house,car barn,replace culverts,lay track and much more. and almost every time i visit i hear people say "this is the generation that will get us to albion". of which i think is true. some people say "well why don't you invest in those automatic rail layers and track replacers". and i always reply with "its a museum it supposed to represent the way they did it by hand they didn't have drills,automatic tie replacers,ETC." and thats about it on my life so far so now you know me.
ok so now this is a bit of an update 2 years later. my name is still Bryce but things are different now. i still try to get down as much as possible (almost have my licence) and still done those things i wrote in the past but now im on a new leg of my musuem journey. im 16 and a fully qualifyed brakeman and i just started shadowing on firing but i need to have my interview on firing. im just going to throw this out there but everyone at the musuem, new and old members, you all have made a huge impact on my life and made it so much more fun. also quick little thing, leon is my great uncle not my regular uncle. just putting that out there. but ive made tons of new friends at the museum and i consider everyone there a part of my family.

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General Discussion / Re: Who Am I? or, Let's Introduce Ourselves
« on: October 16, 2015, 10:51:15 PM »
hello to any one who is reading this. i live in west gardiner and i'm 14. i try to go to the ww&f every chance i get. i am probably the youngest trainee at the moment and its fun working/training.its part of my bloodline.(as i like to call it) my uncle and grand father got me into going down there and it just sucked me in to the world of trains. my uncle is leon weeks of which you know who built the model t rail car. (i helped out every once in a while not really knowing what i was doing to help.) i've helped work on TOM,#9,the upper yard,the Whitefield section house,car barn,replace culverts,lay track and much more. and almost every time i visit i hear people say "this is the generation that will get us to albion". of which i think is true. some people say "well why don't you invest in those automatic rail layers and track replacers". and i always reply with "its a museum it supposed to represent the way they did it by hand they didn't have drills,automatic tie replacers,ETC." and thats about it on my life so far so now you know me.

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Work and Events / Re: WW&F No. 9 - Official Work Thread
« on: October 16, 2015, 10:32:58 PM »
putting to tank in just the right spot and then laying the cab roof over it was really heart racing and i hated the moments when i hear creaking from the people putting the cab in to postion. the tank went in almost like a glove.with a few minor slides to get it in place.

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Whimsical Weirdness and Foolery / Re: No mow no mo
« on: October 16, 2015, 10:11:00 PM »
looks like the magic rr from thomas and the magic rr
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Whimsical Weirdness and Foolery / Re: Downeast Maine Translations
« on: October 16, 2015, 10:03:06 PM »
theres also cornah or corner and theres shootin,huntin,and others of which i cant think of

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Whimsical Weirdness and Foolery / Re: History Channel visits WW&F
« on: October 16, 2015, 09:47:05 PM »
does any one know what season/episode this is/will be

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Whimsical Weirdness and Foolery / Re: Maine Attractions
« on: October 16, 2015, 09:36:47 PM »
ill go get the butter,sour cream,salt,pepper and we can start a fire for it.


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Whimsical Weirdness and Foolery / Re: WW&F Visits....
« on: October 16, 2015, 09:33:07 PM »
went WAY up north near eagle lake saw lots of people.i was wearing my ww&f hat and people asked what it was and i explained and they said they might visit.and its also BEAUTIFUL up there.

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Whimsical Weirdness and Foolery / Re: Shop Silliness
« on: October 16, 2015, 09:28:25 PM »
oh the puns of many puns

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