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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by Marxed, May 7, 2005.
Neat photo CavlrZ. Amazing what we can do on our layouts EH!
I just gotta ask, is that OSHA complient? I notice not only aren't there any grab bars and railings, but no headlight either. Geeze, what kind of railroad are you running there?
Hey, if OSHA ain't a problem, then you got one heck of a cool machine there.:thumb::thumb:
hehe, i have "contacts" within OSHA to take care of those problems :thumb:
i just wish i could enter it into the photo contest
I wish you could too, but unfortunetely without those railings and lights, there is no way you can convince someone that it came out of the prototype world... Hang in there, maybe some future contest..
let me open up my OSHA version of Photoshop, hehe, i'll be back in afew mins
Stephen Speilberg awaits you. Just dial Hollywod and ask for my mate Steve. He'll want that contraption for Back To The Future IV !!!! :thumb: :thumb:
I dunno...you could always sell it to some unsuspecting neophite as a rare 1920s tinplate model of the DeWitt Clinton :thumb:
Oh! You're the one who wrote that country hit " I've got friends in low places"
Don't ever stop having fun with this hobby! :thumb:
I am pleased to see that this has now become OSHA compliant. I'd send my team of inspectors over, but they are all N scale and would have a devil of a time getting up on it. Hey, maybe it still needs some work, no ramps for underscale LPB's, and I didn't notice any safety belts on the cab, and only ONE sticker. An OSHA compliant loco would have warning labels all over the place.
heheh, i'm sorry, but OSHA doesn't require handicap ramps on engines, nore can short N scale midgets take a job on the engine, they just can't shovel enough coal to be worth the money!!!!!!
btw, i'm under talks with Mexico, to become a Mexican territory to avoid OSHA
give me afew mins and i'll have those warning labels, LOL
Whoa, whoa...take it easy on the technical terminalogy.... :thumb:
:thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: Gotta love that tinplate, no slaves to prototype fidelity there. :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
Is that one of those new-fangled engines that runs on the methane produced by cows?
Sorry for the newbie question.
it's actually fueled by newbies