Loco shed

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  1. shamus

    shamus Registered Member

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    Thought I would show my 0n30 loco shed.
    By the way, its clickable also, just click on the photo which brings up the same photo on my website, then click on a part of it as before.
    Just getting ready for a days work. (Maybe):p
    Shamus
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  2. Mellow-Mike

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    Top notch!

    I could see myself shrinking down and having a stroll around the area.
  3. Jim T

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    Another fine structure for sure. Plus the loco's are no slouches either!!
  4. Eddie Landreth

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    Wow, Paul, you really do excellent work! That whole scene looks fantastic as well. I always look forward to seeing pics of what's going on with your layout.
  5. Clerk

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    Excellent work Paul. Wish I could do something like this but Arther is acting up in my hands so have to work slow.
  6. jon-monon

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    Looks great!:thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :D
  7. zeeglen

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    Really impressive! Like those windows that open up. Tried moving the cursor around to zoom in, but...
  8. shamus

    shamus Registered Member

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    Now clickable

    Thanks again my friends.
    Hi Glenn, The photo is now clickable to enlarge any of it. cheers
    Shamus
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  9. Ray Marinaccio

    Ray Marinaccio Active Member

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    I love the scene and how you display it through the use of the " clickable photos".
    Very inspirational, your making me want to jump scales again.
  10. zeeglen

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    Re: Now clickable

    Fantastic! Really lets the detail show now. Thanks.
  11. Arlaghan

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    Too COOL, but what really caught my eye is that little "shed on wheels" to the right background... What is that? Is that a tiny caboose? Did you build that too? AMAZING. :)
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  13. shamus

    shamus Registered Member

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    Many thanks kind people.


    That little shed on wheels is in fact a Bobber Caboose.

    Shamus
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    Fantastic Shamus!!

    I see you are having much fun with the clickable pics, and we are again benefitting from your prowess with modeling and now computers!!
  15. RailRon

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    A pretty home for pretty locomotives!

    Great handiwork as usual - and a great way to present your pics!

    Ron
  16. sumpter250

    sumpter250 multiscale modelbuilder

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    Critter Locker: A really neat little place on this narrow gauge logging line, where you can find some interestin' locos, and assorted bits of rolling stock.

    Yessa, and a right fine critter locker at that.

    There's at least three things which can bring me comfort, and pleasure......Tolkein, clasical music, and clickable photos of a Templar built model..............well, there may be a couple o' more, but I won't go there.............for now.:D :D :D
  17. shamus

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    Many thanks once again my friends.
    Now finished the campsite.
    Shamus
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