Say, look at this locomotive, would you? It has a spring coiledup inside the fire box."
"Wind her up," said Brown with great interest. "Let her go."
"All right," said Jones. "Just pile up two or three platessomething to lean the end of the rails on. There, notice way itbuzzes before it starts. Isn't that a great thing for kid, eh?"
"Yes," said Brown. "And say, see this little string to pull thewhistle! By Gad, it toots, eh? just like real?"
"Now then, Brown," Jones went on, "you hitch on those carsand I'll start her. I'll be engineer, eh!"