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Discussion in 'HO Scale Model Trains' started by marnlq, Jul 30, 2004.
It's my pleasure...
TrainClown, I will wander around for interesting things!
I possessed this MTC USA loco
New York Central F7A/B
This model is manufactured in Shanghai. According to the factory owner, the factory is brankrupted due to911, no new order for him.
Welcome to the GAUGE... your layout and your photos are great !
Hi all. Marnlq, welcome to the site with trains-a-plenty. Really enjoyed your pictures. It is amazing how many trains all the different countries possess. No style the same. Great pictures!
You come back now, hear------------ bye all. Jack.
Welcome to "The-Gauge"marnlq
beautiful pics :thumb:
Great modeling talents :thumb: :thumb:
Keep posting away
Welcome Marnlq, thanks for sharing your photos with us.
I like your NYC F's, are they plastic or brass? -:thumb::thumb:
It is great to see work done by other modelers no matter where they are. I really liked that model of the trackwork for the real station. lots of interesting operation potential there.
Welcome to the Gauge, Marniq. You have found the best group of modeling people on the net.
It is plastic. In China, very few affords the brass one.
As far as I know, this layout is for operational demostration for a train driver school. It less focus on scenery.
Welcome to The-Gauge Marnlq I liked the big and small photo. Thats ashame about the factory closing, looked like a real nice model. Looking forward to some more pics.
Welcome to the Gauge!
And what an entry! That station with all the track (the green picture) is quite impressive!
Great photos Marninq. It's sure good to see how the real railroading on China looks.
Mam, once again welcome to the Gauge, as I usually say "Welcome Home" for this is what this is. We are all family here. These are the greatest modlers world wide and are willing to help each other in any way. Your pictures are great and keepem comin. Welcome again, your USA friend in Kentucky, Jim :thumb:
Great pics and very nice job.
Wow!! Those stuff look wonderful!!!