New (Big stumps) area

Discussion in 'Logging, Mining and Industrial Railroads' started by shamus, Jan 19, 2003.

  1. shamus

    shamus Registered Member

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    Just about finished this area where the hugh stumps are.

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  2. camelot

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    Logs and stumps Oh MY !!

    Very nice again Paul , and your Red Fox web site is a great delight.I don't know how you fit this all in , maybe you have 36 hour days over there !

    Couple of questions of i may ?

    Are the stumps comercial or did you make them , any chance of a idea how if you did?

    What do you use for your rigging lines ?

    Cheers

    Ian
  3. jon-monon

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    Looks like they had to do some blasting on the side of the mountain to get the track in :D :D :D Sweat!

    Cam, they are "Rusty Stumps", and come from just south of the knob, raht here in Indiana! rustystumps.com, and it's linked off ~The Unofficial Gauge Page Members Links!~.
  4. shamus

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  5. Drew Toner

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    Wow, that is very nice Shamus!! How many little people have you got employed at one time there?

    Drew
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    Dunno Drew, every time I look, some have gone for a break LOL
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  7. Rusty Stumps

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    Really nice photos Shamus, it's looking great! Keep up the good work.

    Got a real nice write-up in the current issue of Timber Times, Issue 29, page 30. They went a little bit further than the other magazines and did a few paragraphs on the stumps.

    Walt
  8. shamus

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    Hi Walt, very pleased about the writeup, it was also in Model Railroading magazine which featured my Badger Creek in October 2002.

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