N Scale Collector Convention Module Pix

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  1. upguy

    upguy Oregon Western Lines, CEO

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    Here are a few pictures that I took at the recent N Scale Collector Convention in Medford, Oregon. The modules were part of the Mt Rainier club's display of N-trak modules. They were recently featured in Model Railroader I think.

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    upguy Oregon Western Lines, CEO

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    Another picture of the same module from a different angle.

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    upguy Oregon Western Lines, CEO

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    This module features a neat snowshed.

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    upguy Oregon Western Lines, CEO

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    This corner module had a major industry on the mountain line and a sheep farm in the foreground.

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    upguy Oregon Western Lines, CEO

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    This is another view of the industry and sheep farm module.

    That's all for now. If I have more time later, I'll post some more module pictures.

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  6. Catt

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    I'm impressed,those are awesome modules,pics ain't bad either.:D
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    First time I've seen a hill on the outside of a corner module, I like it!!! :D
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    didn'y know they had sheep farms in washington state all I saw out there was trees and more trees and rain:D rich
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    Nice!!

    Wow!
    That's some very impressive modeling!
    Thanks for sharing the pics, upguy!
  10. roryglasgow

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    Those are great photos of a great looking layout, upguy! It's really nice to see so much good work being done in N-scale!
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    upguy Oregon Western Lines, CEO

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    More module pictures. This time of some military modules.

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    upguy Oregon Western Lines, CEO

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    More military module pictures.

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    upguy Oregon Western Lines, CEO

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    N-other military module picture.

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    upguy Oregon Western Lines, CEO

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    I thought that this logging camp (also modeled on a corner module) was another example of the fine creativity of some members of this group.

    I wish that I had taken more pictures that showed the fine painting that was done on all of the modules backgrounds. The background may be seen in a few of the pictures that I did take. Unfortunately, I got home only to discover this oversight.

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    Glad you guys liked the modules, If you're interested in seeing more photos, check out our club website:MRNS
    The members links show many of each members modules.
    Greg
  16. WM-N-fan

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    I think that factory is a Cement plant. I see the kiln, silos, conveyors, mill building, etc.