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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by lester perry, Dec 28, 2005.
That is some fantastic modeling & photography, Lester!
Great pics! All that's missing is the fire trucks for the washdown "Just in case that tank leaks" And the EPA
Yeah, that's cool stuff. love it. Now where's the stinkin' engineer that caused all this???
He is at the unemployment office.
Now if I can figure out how to get pics to stack up insted of going sideways
Last I heard is that he just got a job being a photographer
I like the way you handled the situation by brining in the "Big Hook" as opposed to simply calling in the big hand.
That's fantastic! I'm sure glad none of that fertilizer spilled out. I would have made a stinking mess.
BTW, if you want the pics to stack up, hit enter after each one of the URL links.
Nice pics and excellent modeling! I'm glad that officer cleared the crowd away from that tanker!
Great set of photos!
The big hand did eventually show up.
Thanks Ill try to remember to hit enter next time
Nice scenes, Lester. Your lighting is nice too. I'll send some help, but it may take a while, since it's coming from the 1930's.
If there,s a bright side to a scale train wreck it,s thea you don,t hane a half mile of torn up ties and twisted rail to deal with. Nice work.
Nice pictures. I like the cop just leaning back against his car
Lester, when were the C&O's T-1s built? I believe that those were the ones that the Pennsy used as a pattern for their J-1s, which were wartime engines. If the T-1s were built in the '30s, my relief train might just have made it after all, if not for those Customs officers.
The first T1 #3000 was delivered August 29, 1930. The last one was delivered at the end of November 1930. You are correct it is the one that Pennsy used for there J1 & J1a.