love those passing trains

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  1. cn nutbar

    cn nutbar Member

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    hello again---with all due respect to TomPM and Doctor Wayne for providing the theme,i couldn't resist adding another scene,although somewhat abbreviated---hope you enjoy

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  2. doctorwayne

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    Yeah, it's a neat way to showcase both locomotives and rolling stock. Hey, Mister Nutbar, you're getting pretty proficient around here! And I also recognize a few old friends in your train.

    Wayne
  3. nachoman

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    love the weathering!

    kevin
  4. cn nutbar

    cn nutbar Member

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    a big engine for such a small train

    some additions to that consist






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  5. cn nutbar

    cn nutbar Member

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  6. Glen Haasdyk

    Glen Haasdyk Active Member

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    That wouldn't be a Juneco Caboose in the consist would it?
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    Great looking locos & rolling stock, CN!
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  8. TomPM

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    Awesome set of photos! The loco and the cars look great!
  9. cn nutbar

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    sorry for the delay glen

    hi glen---the caboose is not a juneco kit---it's a brass model that i picked up at a train show a while ago.at the time,it was painted in a private road but eventually was stripped and repainted in the cn orange---sorry i don't know who the manufacturer is(maybe custom brass)
  10. Art67

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    That Toronto Hamilton & Buffalo gondola really caught my eye, subtle weathering with a "used but not abused" look to it. Great job. Stuart.