SD45 scalps, taken by the fearless-and-feared Ehll-Tee-Eeeeeeh Tribe (LTE) of northeastern Ohio (never to be confused with the other notorious tribe active in the region, closely associated with the Cleveland area). The scalps air-dry on wooden racks erected for the purpose by the tribe's warriors 'pon the quiet, sacred grounds in McDonald Meadow. The defenseless members of the Dubbel-yeuuh Cee Tribe (WC) had nary a chance and were all quickly dispatched, right where they stood on the nearby battlefield (witnesses say there was hardly much of a "battle").
Dreadful carnage (nine years ago, now) along the right descending bank of the Mahoning River. The grim memory recalled is still enough to make surviving Dubbel-yeuuh Cee Tribe-members' nostrils flare...
|WC 6600 and siblings - SD45 radiator hoods at LTE by Michael Rujak_8-21-06|
Original photo at http://rrpicturearchives.net/showPicture.aspx?id=481864
Larry's Truck and Electric (LTE) of McDonald,