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The railroad track

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By its side goes the railroad track . Its appears are not so nice as are the appears of the road, and it has got only a squeaky voice. But this railroad track does have shining rails -- they stretch away and away, like a silver ribbon that came from the moon in the night. I go a-walking on these rails. I get off when I do hear the approaches of the dinky engine . On this track on every day, excepting Sunday, comes and goes the logging train . It goes to the camps and it does bring back cars of logs and cars of lumber. These it does take to the mill town . There engines more big do take the cars of lumber to towns more big.
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