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The [[West Valley Live Steamers]] was started by [[Dwight Durkee]], [[Live Steamers and PCs|Gordon French]] and others in Cupertino, California.
 
The [[West Valley Live Steamers]] was started by [[Dwight Durkee]], [[Live Steamers and PCs|Gordon French]] and others in Cupertino, California.
  
Steve Vitkovits wrote in <i>The Call Boy</i>, April 2013:
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[[Steve Vitkovits]] wrote in <i>The Call Boy</i>, April 2013:
  
 
: [[Dwight Durkee|Dwight]] was very active in the [[West Valley Live Steamers]], a group whose meetings were mostly descriptions of who chased what full scale steam locomotive along what highway, and Bits and Pieces.  The club met in a bank meeting room for many years and never had a track.  Local train running was at Dwight's backyard Railroad by invitation.
 
: [[Dwight Durkee|Dwight]] was very active in the [[West Valley Live Steamers]], a group whose meetings were mostly descriptions of who chased what full scale steam locomotive along what highway, and Bits and Pieces.  The club met in a bank meeting room for many years and never had a track.  Local train running was at Dwight's backyard Railroad by invitation.

Latest revision as of 13:42, 10 January 2020


The West Valley Live Steamers was started by Dwight Durkee, Gordon French and others in Cupertino, California.

Steve Vitkovits wrote in The Call Boy, April 2013:

Dwight was very active in the West Valley Live Steamers, a group whose meetings were mostly descriptions of who chased what full scale steam locomotive along what highway, and Bits and Pieces. The club met in a bank meeting room for many years and never had a track. Local train running was at Dwight's backyard Railroad by invitation.

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