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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by cn nutbar, Jan 29, 2006.
hello all---even though the scenery is far from complete,hope you still enjoy the view
looks like you have become hooked on this forum!!
Great Photo. :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
Nice looking roster. It has a good "company feel" to it. I really like the paint scheme on the F unit.
Nice work, is that tar paper underneith?
hi all---thanks for the feedback---actually the colour scheme is from the cnr's first generation diesels.passenger locomotives were a little different,i'll try posting a thread at another time(don't want to wear out my welcome).the roadbed is actually from woodland scenics.the squares are approximately 6x8 and do wonders for covering all the pink which dominates most of my layout
Looks like a busy place! Cool!
A paint scheme after my own heart! It lloks like they're all proto units, am I right?
The Foam squares are a good Idea, I did the same with cork sheet.
hi glen---long live cn---the rs18 and the c-liner are proto models.#9000 and the b-unit are stewart models that were custom painted by doctor wayne.8550 is a lifelike model,renumbered and weathered by the doc as well
Nice work! You guys should do a book...! Beautifull engines (but I do prefer the steamers myself... ).
Great looking locos and scene!
i really like your locos!
Looks good now!
I had to look twice to see that the scenery wasn't done.
And if I recall correctly, the other C-Liner is from Rivarossi/AHM, on a Stewart Baldwin chassis, with Detail Associates sideframes and a few modifications to the body shell. Paint from Accupaint, decals from Accucals. Runs well and pulls like a mule.