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Dog's name was "Hump Master".
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OK, so I screwed up with "Hump Master" but I do believe that ol' mutt still had a railroad-jargon name. Maybe "car knocker" or "hotbox". Or "Seaboard". Or maybe just a simple "Move, Dog!"
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'Seaboard' sounds like a good guess to me Bruce.
But that was a good touch you added to the discussion.
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If you would like toread about a Faithful Dog look up Old Shep Fort Benton, Montana :roll:
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