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Discussion in 'Competitions & Challenges' started by jon-monon, Mar 2, 2005.
Welcome to the Gauge Karl. That is a good entry. What scale do you model?
The Smith brothers are ready to unload some more hay for their horses. Hector is carrying a salt lick, while Henry is waiting as his white stallion runs to greet him. The horses don't seem to be bothered as the 9:10 to Yuma rounds the bend.
This is all happening in the N scale world.
Stearnly Hardcase, the B&MCR.R.'s shop foreman is standing beside his creation. When asked if that Ma Deuce on top works, he just smiles.
A fun project I did about a year and a half ago when my hobby creativity needed some fresh air. I still get a kick out of it when I see it.
Here's my entry...........
Here I am hanging out on the hood of my 1965 Shelby Cobra -- just waiting around at the car dealership. (Car's not for sale, just passing time).
Hope that baby has a webber 1bbl per cyl
C'mon cabdriver, give "homer" due credit......that's a great pidgeoncam shot of two "targets of opportunity"!
Very nice! :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
Yo, Pete, you know where you can get a couple of LPABP pigeons?
BTW, I agree, so really great shots here, keep 'em comming...
I can get some LMP (little metal pidgeons), but only in HO scale.......
in N, they'd be LMVs.....little metal vultures
We have plenty of them around here already, remember?
Hey, there's another one of those Cindy's Harbor cars! They sure do get around!
So dosen't "The Box".
Looks like its reared its ugly head again!
Montauk as in Montauk Long Island?
Yup............unless it's fallen into the Atlantic!
The Sagaponack Montauk & Cindys Harbor RR is a current, "living museum" steam, and diesel line, that contracts less that carload loads from the northeastern RRs, in exchange for "operating expenses", and track rights. On the short interconnect rights of way, owned by the CH, there are "photo op" platforms, that give the railfan some excellent picture angles........for a small fee. A wholely owned subsidiary of the Sag Harbor Shipbuilding & Drydock Company.
Yeah you never know where them SM&CH RR cars will turn up! This one was spotted in Allison, N.C. :thumb: on NM&TC trackage.
Rover marking his territory.
Bad Dog Bad Dog LOL Great Photo Gary
:curse: Monster attacks small town.http://www.the-gauge.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=20978&stc=1
Do resin mules count