Changing Times at the Water Tower

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  1. TomPM

    TomPM Another Fried Egg Fan

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    Here are a few new ones from the Water Tower Diorama.

    Times are changing. The LNE 0-8-0 switcher is approaching the water tower as S-2 #616 approaches from the other direction.

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    A little closer

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    Here are some different views of the action:

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    Still coming!

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    Almost gone by:

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    Nice work, great little diorama Tom!
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    Ralph Remember...it's for fun!

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    Great looking scenes Tom! The scenary looks real! A nice stage for this historic meet.
    Ralph
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    Nice scene Tom, Is that an old tyco Hershey reefer ??
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    Thanks for the "look-see", SAL... you do good work!

    Bob :thumb:
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    Thanks folks!

    Scott
    The Hershey refer is a kit from MDC/Roundhouse. It is a 36' Billboard Reefer.
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    Sweeeeeeeeeet! :thumb: :wave: :) :thumb:
  12. Wyomingite

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    Very very nice Tom.

    Ron :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
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    Fantastic scene Tom. I particularly like the first photo, composition is great. The power lines frame it nicely, lighting is just right and the scene is well done. Awesome!

    Gary
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    Thanks everybody!
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    Beautiful pics, Tom. I love the scenery.
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    what are you using for the dead trees?
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    The tall dead trees are armatures from the Woodland Scenics Pine Tree Mix Kit. I think they are from the 4” to 6” kit. I twist and shape but don’t put any foliage on them. The smaller more bushier dead trees or brush are from the Woodland Scenics Fine Leaf Foliage-Dead Foliage.