B&O Geeps at the Water Tower

Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by TomPM, Feb 12, 2007.

  1. TomPM

    TomPM Another Fried Egg Fan

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    Ran my new Atlas GP-40 locos!

    Atlas B&O GP-40
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    Atlas B&O GP-40
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    P1K Penn Central Boxcar
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    P1K Penn Central Boxcar
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    TomPM Another Fried Egg Fan

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    Athearn B&O 50’ Double door Boxcar
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    Athearn CNJ 50’ reefer
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    Bachmann Silver Series Lehigh Valley 50’ Reefer
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    Unknown maybe older Life-Like Lehigh Valley Covered Hopper
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    TomPM Another Fried Egg Fan

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    Accurail Penn Central ACF Covered Hopper
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    P2K Pittsburg & Lake Erie 52’-6” Mill Gondola
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    Athearn Custom Painted and Dry Transfers B&O 40’ Boxcar
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    Bev-Bel/Athearn L&N 40’ Boxcar
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    TomPM Another Fried Egg Fan

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    Athearn RTR Klemme Co-op Covered Hopper
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    MDC/Roundhouse Custom Painted and Decaled Ralston-Jefferson Covered Hopper
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    Walthers/Athearn Albert City Covered Hopper
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    TomPM Another Fried Egg Fan

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    MDC/Roundhouse Farnhamville Covered Hopper
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    Athearn B&O Bay Window Caboose
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    chessie4155 Active Member

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    WOW! Those are sweeeeeet:thumb: Cool lookin train too:thumb:
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    Another great lineup,this time my favorite is the Dixie Line boxcar. Great lookin' rust.
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    Relic, that’s exactly what I thought. :wave: Great pics, Tom. :thumb: :thumb:
  9. bigsteel

    bigsteel Call me Mr.Tinkertrain

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    very nice weathering tom pm,and i always liked those atlas engines.the only thing left to do is dirty them engines up!way too clean for me!:)
  10. UP SD40-2

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    Hey Tom:wave:, i ALWAYS like to see your "roll by's";), but i gotta tell you, the setting that you took these pics in is STUPENDOUS!:D the scenery looks REAL!:thumb: GREAT JOB TOM!:D -Deano
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    hi tom---outstanding---you're becoming a master in your work---thanks for sharing
  12. Nazgul

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    Tom
    Beautiful train!!!!!!! and I agree with Deano...The scenery IS STUPENDOUS!!!!
    great job!!!!
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    I'm with Deano and Steve, the scenery is very nicely done, some might say stupendous even.
    I also agree about the Dixie boxcar, looks very nice!

    Great roll-by, always like seeing a train led by a GP or two
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    Hey Tom,

    Gorgeous roll-by, as always...!!! But I kept looking for the water tower, 'twas nowhere to be seen...:cry:
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    Great Train. Your cars are weathered great. That scenery is life like, and I don't mean the company. Nice photos:thumb: