Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by Scott Teague, Jan 18, 2004.
I found this picture that I took in 1995 of the layout using baking soda for the snow. Enjoy!!
Scott, That's a nice looking snow scene photo.
My question is, since baking soda is sodium bicarbonate, about 7%salt and the powder is very fine, what was the result of running your trains in the powder, seems it would cause problems with motors, trucks, wheels, gears and the track eventually.
Geez Scott! Its cold enough here in St. Paul w/o seeing images like that! Seriously though, a beautifully done snow scene.
That's some collection of motor power too!
Great shot!:thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
I too am curious as to the affects to your trains from the baking soda.
Beautiful snow scene, Scott! :thumb:
(I'm guessing that you only used the baking soda to stage the photo, & then vacumed it up before actually running the trains...?)
Great work Scott! It does look cold!
Great minny scene with lots of activity. Home of the mountain helpers is it Scott
Looks absolutely real Scott. Fab photo.
(Methinks you're a loco freak ) :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
That's one good looking snow scene.