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Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by Xaniel, Apr 2, 2004.
After some days without any post, I'm back with this photo.
Hope you like.
Great photo, Luis! :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
I love the weathered track and the lokey
Love the track :thumb: Love the loco :thumb: Love specially those little wagons behind :thumb: :thumb:
Great work :thumb: :thumb:
That painted and ballasted track looks great!!!!!
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Great shot!:thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
Nice work, Luis!:thumb:
Very realistic Luis. Great modelling
Thanks fr your comments.
I've found new techniques to use myu digital Sony Cybershot P-52 camera, so I promisse that I'll post some new photos as soon as I can.
Love it Lius:thumb: Great to see other Countries railways!!
Here's a new sequence for you to judge.
I'm enjoying my camera a lot.
Here's a pic taked by a guy who was fishing by the bridge. It's the V160 001 from the DB taking the bridge to the station of Osterburken
The train is leaving the bridge still heading to Osterburken. There's a tunnel before it.
After it leaves the tunnel, the V160 001 takes the inner loop to enter the station siding.
This freight train is arriving to is destination. It is entering the station backwards, since the station has no way to reverse the train.
The train stops. The box cars to doors are opened to unload supplies to build the sawmill. There as regional express starting to be formed to leave to Karlsdorf at 17:32. The same loco will be used, the V160 001, since this railroad is with lack of funds to get some pulling power.
This was the last one. Hope you liked them.
Woow Luis, you did a great job on that layout, very realistic.
Very nice Xanel i member when it was just a board
now its a very very nice railway
lets see a over all shot of it.
By golly you have come a long way. Very nice layout you put
together. I also remember when it was just a board. Keep up
great work. Ron :thumb: :thumb:
I love the water. It looks very realistic. I would not want to go rafting down that river!
Good job on all of it. More pictures please! :thumb: