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Discussion in 'Competitions & Challenges' started by jon-monon, Feb 2, 2005.
Nice Pete!! :thumb:
Jon, that would be LMCs ( little metal cars).
Great Photo's Everyone :thumb: :thumb:
Val, make that LSPMCs (Little Supremely Painted Metal Cars).
Wonderful street scene, Val!
There are a bunch of great entries - I see, it will be difficult to judge this time.
Hi, OK, I'll jump in.
I finally finished decaling and numberboarding my third Santa Fe GP30 (all three
are from the 1993-era run by Kato/Atlas).
Here's a shot of the three of them on their maiden run as a triplet:
John, where are the LPBs? On the other side of the track?
They're in the loco's of course!
Looks like theres a dog on top of the hill there(Little Plastic Barker).
Oops, I disqualify myself.
I did not realize that LPB was this month's topic (thought it was only photo contest).
There are no LPBs in my photo (that I know of anyway, not even in the loco's cab!)
I withdraw. Sorry!!!!
Quick atsf, hurry and photoshop some in. Besides that, your locos look great! You did a superb job decaling them. Just wait for the next contest, and keep up the good work.
John, I did that a while back
And enjoyed a thrashing, they don`t do that now so you missed out
A super shot of great Loco`s anyway. As freelancer said "next time" :thumb:
You can reshoot and edit in a new picture using the edit function on the post with the picture atsf_arizona. Others have done it in the past. Fred
Feel free to re-enter with LPB. It's all for fun. If you want to leave the current photo in, we'll let the vote decide if it's acceptaable
I dug up this oldie just for giggles.
Gary that is a darn GOOD oldie. :thumb:
Only thing missing is a puddle of gloss medium at the hydrant Gary. Fred
Love it Gary!! :thumb:
Thanks guys. Fred, you're right, that would have been the finishing touch!
Shift Change at the Rose Quartz Creek Stamp Mill
My first shot at posting a pic to the Gauge...hope it works.
The LPB employees of the Rose Quartz Creek Stamp Mill comiserate about the new mill foreman (owner's nephew) during a shift change on a late summer afternoon at the turn of the century....
(HO scale; the freelanced vertical boiler Climax is HOn30)
That is a fantastic photo Jac. A very natural pose.
Great shot, Jac :thumb: :thumb: