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Looking for Collector Down South


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Old 12-23-2017, 11:37:01 AM
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I am looking for a collector that I had some communication with several years ago but don't remember his name or how to find him.

I know he was in the business of cleaning up railroad derailment accidents; fixing tracks, getting cars upright and back on the tracks, also cleaning up hazardous materials. He was also a big steam tractor enthusiast that had a large outdoor display. If I remember, he was located in the south somewhere. Maybe North Carolina, Georgia or Kentucky. Any help is appreciated.

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Sounds like Mr Ken Eader in Carolina. He has an annual show there and is listed in the show schedule on this site. Calls it the 100 years of progress.

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Thanks for information. I looked at the Eaderville site but don't think he is person I am seeking. The man I am looking for was strictly into steam locomotives and steam tractors. Did have a large outdoor display, kind of old townish mock up and had a yearly show. Thanks again. Merry Christmas
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