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Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by ILCEN, Feb 11, 2007.
I've got to say I like the Train masters
Wow, that's a fantastic layout. I'm new to this and viewing beautiful layouts like that are a real inspiration, to get things going. I can't decide between HO or N scale,but after seeing yours. Hmmmm,really got me thnikin now.
I planted a few more trees and took a few more photos that I thought I'd share.
More cool pics :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
On the third picture the mountains are blue so I wonder how come?
In my country, Sweden, I never have seen rocks with this color but that doesn't not mean that it could be found where you live. Please tell me more about this
By the way, the Chessie locos looks great on that picture :thumb:
How many locos do you have? It seems like they never ends...
Man I love all those blue Santa Fe units lined up like that - great looking! Really a nice layout you've built ILCEN.
I'm not sure about the color it's gray paint, 3 different shades.
I have about 50 locos, probably half purchased this year. I think I've decided I like the GP7's the most. The Chessie and Santa Fe's are my two favorite roads. I generally run 5 trains at time and switch them up every once in awhile.
It looks great
sign1 Wow that is a lot of detail. I like the deffrant level of track that is going throurgh the mountains. the lighting of the towns are quite good. How long have you been working the railroad? I have started a layout 2 years ago after not modeling for 20 years. I like what you have done to yours.
Thanks for the comments.
I got about 4 years worth of work into it. I generally try to pick a few projects a year, as well as, try to improve whatever area stands out to me as needing work.
Look forward to seeing some photos of your layout.
I took a few more pictures today.
The fifth new photo looks so great.
Imagine what a backdrop would do
I took a few more pictures with the camera on the layout instead of using a tripod.
Amazing layout Ilcen.. Wel done indeed.