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Molly Monahan by gunslinger87 Molly Monahan by gunslinger87
And FINALLY, the wait is over. YAY FURRIES!!!!! :iconfoxhahaplz::iconfoxyayzplz::iconfoxpfftplz:

For those who ahve been following my "Silver Belle Run" story, this is the hot temptered vixen conductor Molly Monahan.

Unfortunatealy this will most likely be the last submission I will be able to make before heading off to Hebron. So don't expect anything for at least 2.5 months.

Molly is an attractive vixen born in Ireland, but moved to the US with her family. She's hot tempered and thick blooded. Her "Irish-ness" is more than obvious. She found her way to the Wolf Creek & Flagstone and due to her character trains (by some misshap or miracle) ended up as a Rairload Conductor. She performs her job duries exceedingly well, though her co-workers often suffer her wrath. Perhaps something will happen to change that.

Anyway, I figured I'd leave you all with somethign soft fuzzy fluffy and furry. I hope you all like her!

PLEASE leave comments.
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Eddie-Sand Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012
Have we finally found a conductor to keep Miss Aniu in check? (Actually, that may be a bad idea...between the engineer and conductor someone has be cool headed)

I vaguely remember us discussing her at some point. Was she the one who led the Irish march for Home Rule?
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gunslinger87 Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012
Um... I don't think so. :shrug:
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Eddie-Sand Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012
my bad, 1894, not 84 was the WC&F strike. Had to recheck my notes on it.
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gunslinger87 Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012
When did the WC&F have a strike!!?! :o
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Eddie-Sand Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012
1894, along with the W&A. During the great Irish rebellion over Free Rule vs Union. It co-incited with a labor strife among the Irish railroad workers and the Labor organizers. Ended up resulting in a rather nasty confrontation between the Irish labor force and strike breakers.

Me and Keeter talked about it. Didn't he tell you, I wrote up a massive history on it with him as well.
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Eddie-Sand Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012
Oh, she was for Union rule. Funny, I sat down ad wrote down all we discussed over the great strike of 84 and the Irish rebellion in Wolf Creek, but I can't remember if we involved her or not. I know we talked about how the WC&F had a massive labor dispute that resulted in the roundhouse being burned and the great fire of 1899 in Wolf Creek and Myrtle.
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gunslinger87 Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012
I don't recall any of that. O_o
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Eddie-Sand Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012
You know about the fire right? Started in the saloon "Admiral's Head" in Wolf Creek, spread to the most of the town. The Free Rule Irish thought the Unionists started it and in response set the roundhouse on fire! I mean, a few GF locos got involved and two WC&F locos where destroyed along with a string of boxcars. It's one of the biggest events in the town of Wolf Creek and was the catalyst for the strike itself.

The Fire in Myrtle started in response later on and totally destroyed that town. Wolf Creek only lost the roundhouse, two freight houses, and most of the "Bad side" of the town.
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gh22 Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2013
Ok i know you said you don't post storys here on DA but i must say from what just read this would a great story.
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Eddie-Sand Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2012
Really? But...I went over it with Nekia months ago I was under the impression you knew all about it. I spent tons of time writing out the railroad man's world based on local issues from history. All the Irish where involved.
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