Incorrect top bows!
I like the "Improved" brake system on this one looks like it could stop in a hurry
This is the Sierra Railroad T railcar, still there, still in use!
She's not riding in it, she's driving it.
I'm in Dodge City tonight. No Olivia Dehaviland, no Miss Kitty.
I like Olivia's top bows ....
They do not appear to be cosmetically enhanced .....
Have you been to see the museum yet ?
Great section on " Gunsmoke " ....
Great firearms collection.
The bartenders' father works at the Dalton Gang Museum.
I'm on a board and we meet three or four times a year in D.C.. I've not taken the time to go to any of the museum's or tourist spots yet. There is one family I'm interested in, and may begin a thread on them when I learn a little more. The family consist of the father, Charlie Rath, and his son.
Rath was a frontiersman, buffalo hunter, and associate of William "Buffallo Bill" Cody. The Rath trail was named after him, the only old west trail developed for the buffalo hunt trade. Charlie's son, Robert was a lifetime resident of Dodge City, and brought a new car to Dodge from Kansas City in 1909. You may have a guess what that car was. One hint, it was a Ford. Another, it wasn't a Model T.
Miss Kitty's a cutie! I like her top bows too!
For those too young to remember "Miss Kitty.". The late Amanda Blake: