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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by chessie4155, Oct 2, 2006.
Well since nobody has stepped forward I'll kickoff this weeks. Flat cars..
Here is one of mine:
I was hoping it'd be flat cars!
Here's a glimpse of a flatcar with a full load of lumber. It look like this guy's gonna need it.
sign1 sign1 It sure does!!
Here is another one of mine. It is a MOW rail service from the pre 1930's:
Here's a heavy duty flat .
Great Stuff Guys.:thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
do those double trucks need wid curves? Groovy car.
An old Roundhouse 60' bulkhead with a home made pipe load
Nice Pipe Load, I like it!!:thumb: :thumb:
Here's my first offering.
Ok...Here's the first real one.
Those are real 8/32 screws with the heads missing on an Athearn RTR flatcar.
That is in interesting and rather COOL load on that flat. Great idea!!
Hey 88fan, that is a great idea for a flatcar load. How did you do that graffitii on the wall?
ya know The Gauge #1:thumb:
WOW! theres some GREAT looking flatcars on here:thumb: , and some NICE loads too! i only have one flatcar...here it is . - Deano
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Deano, your not alone, I only have 2 flatcars right now with another on the way
Nice car though and great weathering!!
With my own hand and a 0/00 size paintbrush.
I have another flatcar just like it, I just have to take a pic of it.
Oh boy...my flat car project isn't done yet...not ready for pictures.
announce1 Great pics everyone:thumb: Keep em coming..
Here's an Athearn 50 ft flat with two bran spankin new JD 4020s, both the tractors and flat car need to be weathered.
Why do the tractors need to be weathered, aren't they literally brand new?? I agree about the flatcar though!
Here's a pair of flatcars. Both are Athearn 50' cars, with bulkheads from Walthers GSC flatcars. The plastic decks have been removed, and replaced with scratchbuilt wooden ones. The lumber load on the second car is built up from basswood strips.