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Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by fifer, Aug 27, 2006.
And rollin' it is...Here's another 15...
Thought this shot was cool of a 2-8-2 #15
Here is a Texas, Oklahoma & Eastern (TO&E) GP40-2 #D-15
Keep em' comin guys!!:thumb:
A niftty #16 for all steam fans...!!!
By the way...What is that little wheelie thing for right at the base of the exhaust from the cylinder? I've seen it on a LOT of steamers, but rarely modeled on our little choo-choos...
Here is a CSX AC4400CW #17 Followed be a Milwaukee Road #17
Good 'ol number 18 sittin' up in Williams AZ.
Rules clarification request...
So, the pictures used don't necessarily have to be taken by us?
& say for number 4 I used a picture of locomotive 484. Can I then use that same picture again for 48, 84 & 484 or is it a one shot only deal?
TN , it is supposed to be the sole number but can be anything train related (signs , cars , locos , etc.)
Thanks guys , Mike
Another #18 (or is that 2 18's??).
Thats a cool picture Gus. I like the double 18:thumb:
Here is a CSX AC4400CW #19 with a 2nd engine pulling a coal drag.
BTW, I hope that you guys don't mind all the CSX pictures but it is one of my favorite roads.:thumb:
HHHHHHHeeeeeeeeeerrrrrreeeesssss another #19...!!!!
Somebody post another 19 to get on with this....I don't have another 19...
Testy, testy, testy! Here's your 19. Just came across this one today!
Guys , These are supposed to have the exact #.
Thanks , Mike
Now I asked that question almost right off the bat...
and somebody answered it as,
So, somewhere here, we need to figure out what the rules really are. Perhaps the creator of this thread should make the call.
I also asked,
Now somebody tried to answer my questions but they did not quite answer the questions I asked. So again.... how 'bout them Q's? Not trying to be a hassle here but it would be helpful to have the rules of the game hammered down.
Fifer, you started the thread, make the call. Lay down the law. Thanks.
See post #79. I've been hoping that this would be cleared up, as it's not much of a challenge the way it's been going, but an interesting concept if done "by the rules".