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Discussion in 'HO Scale Model Trains' started by Thoroughbreed, Nov 15, 2006.
here some decent roster pics, I've noticed my hands shake a lil now days, so clarity isn't great
Great looking collection! I like the way that E8 stands out!
my fav unit is 8907
heres my ols units # 4634, 7140, 9256
ya like my Southern unit eh? Handpainted that one, I did.
Scored some cars off ebay to go with her
and a gp38-2 Atlas all for $60
My sons work at patching a yellow unit, Thats a Santa Fe warbonnet on the front now
Heres 2 of the print and fold containers below the athearn 48'er
Better camera and less codeine
and my fav engine #8907
You must subscribe to the theory that "a guy can never have to many loco's".
WOW, I wish I had that many locos!!!!!
Cool pics. Might I suggest also setting the camera on something to make them even clearer, that is what I do for most of my pics and have great results. Although, those last couple of pics are really good.
BTW, that folded container on that well-car looks cool. I might have to start doing those cause I have already spent close to $200.00 on containers alone
Man that is impressive. I thought I had a ton of locos but man...
I count 25 locos on his shelves, at least.. Sounds about the right size collection for someone who should join Locoholics Anonymous.. sign1
(Yes, I am also a member of L.A.)
Add the following wins from ebay that haven't arrived yet
And the ones from runcooper's father-in-law's estate that I bought (about 40)
and yes, I do believe I belong to LA, and CEBA (compulsive engine buyers anon)
But the wife put a hold on my buying spree until all this comes in, she says "we dont wanna kill the postman".
HOLY COWjawdrop AND YES MY JAW DID JUST HIT THE FLOOR and drool is pooling out right now.
I saw that auction for all those CNW engines one-bay too. Great Win!!
Thanks for the pics.
I have been using these for containers. I buy some real ones too, but WOW these work really well!! Check this out!
YES, I know its in German, but the pictures speak for them self. :thumb:
My lhs cant keep up with my demand for plows and nathan 5 chime horns. The mu hoses and air hoses I make myself from different size thread. I use super glue on a workboard I have and run the thread through it, usually 6' strands, and let it dry. Then cut it down to 1.5" pieces to work with. I found it easier to do this than drill holes and work the ones from the lhs in. Then i use super glue to attach them to the loco and trim it down and paint the ends silver to represent the coupling.
I see he has added more to the page recently, especially in N and O scales. I like them better than bought ones because theres more detail to these.
I dont know if I agree. Have you seen these?
And if thats not enough..... Look Here!
Me likes the detail on those J.B. Hunt containers from Intermountain!!