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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by CNWman, Nov 30, 2007.
I'll start this week's WPF:mrgreen::thumb:
#4056 poses for the camera:
E60MA #610 rolls off into the sunset. Its rare the real sunlight reaches my layout. Its a shame it was all gone before i could get to the other side of my 4x8 to take another picture.
Here's my contribution from the recently completed corner of my layout. CN 3257 heading into the curve.
Circa 1971 a mixed freght headed by F units near West Mill tower.
Hn...Your F3 looks great! But just one thing...How come I never see any pics of the engine I gave you?
PS. aussie BEER! WOOT!
Wagon Road Creek on the On30 Pacific Coast Air Line.
Green Elite... that's an awesome shot. I love the way it gleans off the rails.
Hminky.... always a pleasure to see your layout. I can imagine that grass swaying in the breeze and the sound of the wind as it rustles each stalk.
Nice looking unit!
Cool shot around the turn!
Green Elite Cab
Neat shot! I really like the E60!
Nice looking loco and scenery!
Nice mixed freight locos!
A great start to this week Thread...Well done eveyone:thumb:
A pair of GP30s heading up a Grain Piker...
I was trying to remember when it was I took this shot, has to be close to 20 years ago already. Maybe closer to 15. Time flies! Taken just north of Butler, had to be early on in the Susie Q's stack train era, the welded rail hadn't been laid yet. I believe this was a type of directors special.
You wanna see PRR GP9M #9912? Well, why didn't you tell me earlier?!?:mrgreen:
Still gotta figure out how to get # boards for this thing, but at least it's a low nose hood unit. I love low nose hood units
B&O GP35 #3545 just a couple of weeks out of the paint shop and already starting to show road grime..
Nice pic's this week guys. And Jeffery you better call the fire department looks like the Ace Hardware mite be on fire. Are someone set a 10 min flair off in there.
Just now got a hold of the supplier for individual Spanish tiles, I'll be ordering a pack in a few weeks, then I'll re-do the whole roof.
Val, that hill looks even better with a train running on it. Really great job with that scenery!
Here's an old photo, but one of my favourites.
A real old Cat Power picture!