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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by TomPM, Jun 16, 2007.
They do look good..Ever see both the SD70 and C44-9w in New Haven paint?
Great looking locos!
I really like the B&O F and of course the circus WM unit!
Nice looking loco!
Neat CNW unit!
That ain’t nothing like a Santa Fe covered wagon!
Sweet looking units!
That is sweet NP loco!
Great looking cat!
Cool interior shot!
Great job on the building!
Nice looking PC units! Did Penn central ever have any FA’s or is that a fantasy unit?
Cool NH locos!
Great looking collection of locos! Can’t wait to see the rest done!
Cool proto shots! Those are a couple of neat UP units!
Great shots of your locos at the club!
Nice job on the loco!
Great shot! I really like the bus!
More cool New Haven stuff!
Sneak peak at a coming topic:
Some more F's. Ok ALCO's versions.
P2K Lehigh & New England FA1
P2K Lehigh & New England FB1
Tom: Yes PC did have Alco FAs..
Thanks I did not realize any survived that long in service on a 1st class.
The last F unit I saw in revenue service was a Western Maryland F7A in the circus scheme on the point of a Chessie westbound on the Philadelphia Subdivision crossing Fairview Road in Crum Lynne, PA. I think it was in the mid to late 1980s. Of course it was night and I had no camera.
THANK YOU!, Josh:smilie: , as always, you are VERY KIND:winki: .
Triplex, the bus is a Bush "Fishbowl" bus:thumb: , VERY common here in the states for City busses in the 70's:winki: .
ED, your SD70MAC & Dash-9 really look FANTASTIC!!!:thumb::thumb::thumb:
Tom, NICE LOOKING ALCO F's!!!:thumb::thumb::thumb:
KEEP 'EM COMING FOLKS! :deano:-Deano
I love that UP Bulkhead, the weathering looks so cool on it, Gotta better shot of the whole car? :mrgreen:
Like always great looking pictures everybody.:thumb:
Heres 4 more shots..
The N&W A is a BLI model-gotta love that hooter whistle!
A wooden covered bridge.
A track scene with part of the city above it.
A NYC passenger passes a coal drag.The station and more of the city can be seen..We have 2 cities one on each layout.
THANKS JOSH!:smilie: i really like the UP bulkhead too!:thumb: it's a Walther's kit, i think they are still on sale too:winki: . sorry, i don't have a good shot of it yet:frowns: , i have about 8 , more cars i have weathered and keep meaning to update my weathering thread with them....just haven't took the time to take pics of them and update yet :119: . i really have a lot going on i would like to get done by Sunday night, TONS more work on my layout so i can update my Blog Sunday night, and i would like to do another "roll-by" this weekend...a rather "unusual" one at that:winki: , don't hold your breath on any of it though:eeki: :119: , we'll see how things pan out:winki: .
Larry, WOW!!!:eeki::eeki::eeki: , thats an AWESOME STEAMER!!!!:thumb::thumb::thumb:
are those pics from your layout, or your club layout, VERY NICE!:thumb:
Deano,Those are the pictures I took during this past weekend's 3 day open house..
SWEET, I might just have to get one or two of those bulkheads from Walthers rite now!! I really like them and you can never have to many flats :thumb: :mrgreen:
Cool, another roll-by, I look forward to it and Im really looking forward to more shots of your sweet lil layout to, it is turning out so cool, I think even better then your last Rock Valley Sub :mrgreen: :thumb:
Great pix everyone:thumb: Keep em comin!
Here's a tired old SW1 still earning its keep.
Like the diner scene!
Great shots of the club! Is that steamer an N&W A?
Cool looking SW-1!
Tom,That is a BLI N&W Class A.
Here is another set of ALCO F’s
P2K Reading FA1
P2K Reading FB1
Larry, your clubs layout looks GREAT!:thumb::thumb::thumb:
Josh, THANK YOU!:smilie:
Mark, NICE SCENE!!!:thumb:
Tom, those Reading Alco F's look AWESOME!:thumb::thumb:
KEEP 'EM COMING FOLKS! :deano: -Deano
Allright, here you go.
and I just love this picture. Not my models, but a friends of mine.
Here is what I did today lol
Burlington 53' Plate Trailer
Knight Transportation 53' Trailer (wheels need some more black added lol)
28' OVERNITE Transportation Pup
28' Roadway Pup
USF Bestway 28' Pup
Yellow Freight 28' Pup
WOW that was a lotta pics lol
thats not all of them though, if ya wanna see more of the above trailers, Click Here (pics start with post #26 on that page)
Deano: Very cool scenes...Who makes those street lights, they look great...do they work?
Oldies but Goodies
Here's my contribution to the oldies theme...
- Charlotte Observer -
A recently aquired GP-9 TT, wearing Norfolk & Western colors takes it's new running mate, a Southern Railway observation car out for it's first excursion run from the Ballantyne Passenger Station to the historic Pineville Station. The approximately 30 min run covered a short distance between the two stations but stayed off the Norfolk Southern main line - favoring a slower and more senic siding. Due to contractual obligations imposed by Norfolk Southern and Amtrak, the NC Transportation Museum - Ballantyne Division will offer excursion rides on weekends only. Museum spokesman tell the Observer that the ride has no set price, but a donation to the restoration would be greatly appreciated. This makes the third excursion diesel and passenger car added to the museum's stable of power. So far, the newly restored engines and cars have been a big hit with railfans, young and old alike, and everyone disembarks with a big smile and new appreciation for what rail travel was like only a short time ago. Ironically, the city of Charlotte is currently building a new light rail system that will utilize much of the existing Norfolk Southern track from the Ballantyne and Pineville area to the uptown region of Charlotte. Soon, passenger train travel will no longer be just a thing of the past.