Picking up a load of

Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by Tyson Rayles, Jul 12, 2002.

  1. N Gauger

    N Gauger 1:20.3 Train Addict

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    :D :D Tyson -- Gotcha!!! :D :D
  2. eightyeightfan1

    eightyeightfan1 Now I'm AMP'd

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    Nice work Tyson...
    Wouldn't they ship a load of palletts.......on palletts?
  3. Tyson Rayles

    Tyson Rayles Active Member

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    Hmmmmmmmm, good question 88, anyone know the answer? Think I'll go by the pallet co. tomorrow and ask.
  4. kettlestack

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    Tyson, you rotter! :D :D :D

    You keep showing me these splendid models you make in N gauge!!
    I think there's a conspiracy between you, Charlie, Rory and UPguy to unhinge me!:D
    It's got to the point my N stuff is jumping up and down in the drawers screaming "USE ME, USE ME!":) :)
    And you know what? .... I WANT to use it..... I LONG to use it. 1/8th the materials, 1/8th the cost (hehehe, deep Scottish pockets here!) 1/2 the space needed...... BUT ... I don't even know where to start!!! What on earth can I do in 30" x 6ft???
    Perhaps I'll settle for a couple of dioramas in the first instance just to get the feel for it again.

    Anyway friend, keep posting these superb pics, I'm a massochist at heart!:D :D

    BTW, I see the engineer "all-thumbs" Theodore still can't spot cars where they should be spotted!:D

    Errol
  5. Tyson Rayles

    Tyson Rayles Active Member

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    Errol you asked "what can I do in 30" X 6 ft.?", well lets see now.Hmmmmmmmm, isn't Rory's the same width and a foot shorter? And Charlie's the same length and only about a third as wide? Errol my friend you are out of excuses :eek: :D :p :D Besides as good as your modeling is in HO, those pictures you posted proved your just as good at N-Scale! :) BTW thanks for the kind words!
  6. Vic

    Vic Active Member

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    N Scale Idea

    Hey Errol, I've seen a ton of N scale layouts built on standard US hollow core interior doors which is 3'x6'8" Since they are hollow inside you can cut them out and have scenery blow the grade.:)
  7. Drew1125

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    Hey Errol...
    Y'know, you've shown us some pretty splendid N scale work of your own, my friend!
    Certainly no exception to that is your entry in the photo contest!:cool: :eek: :cool: