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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by PJ ROGERS, May 11, 2003.
SUMPTER 250 HAS URGED ME TO POST SOME PICTURES OF THE G SCALE SHAY THAT I AM WORKING ON NOW.
Very nice P.J.!
Hi PJ and welcome to the gauge.
Just love shays, are you scratchbuilding it, or is it a kit. what ever, she is one fine beauty.
Welcome P J. Rogers
Thats a grand looking Shay, Glad you were encuraged to post the pic, Feel free to post a LOT more
I'm only going to say, you lift the cover of the tool box, in front of the air tank, and it's full of tools !! I'll let PJ tell you the rest, when he posts more pictures.
I've seen, and heard this shay close up, WOW!
HERE'S THE TOP OF THE TENDER.
THE NEW AIR TANK AND FRONT TOOL BOX
Hi PJ, very nice photo's, I have merged the two threads together. If you are posting any more photo's of the shay, please keep them to this thread, thanks
MORE!! MORE!! MORE!! (please... )
Nice work PJ! Have you posted pics on mylargescale forums of this beauty? Thought I saw 'em there. Please do post more pics of your work and layout. I am in the early stages of detailing my outdoor G layout based around late 1800's. Steam trains and cowboys are the basis. Would love to see some pics to get ideas if you don't mind. Steve
Great looking locomotive!
THANKS FOR ALL THE GREAT COMPLAMENTS. THIS IS THE FIRST TIME I'VE POSTED ANYTHING ANYWERE. STEVE, AS FAR AS A LAY OUT, I HAVE SOME BASIC LANDSCAPING DONE INCLUDING A POND BUT EVERY THING ELSE IS STILL IN THE PLANNING STAGE.
RIGHT NOW THE PLAN IS FOR AN EASTERN STYLE LOGGING ROAD SOMETIME IN THE LATE 20'S EARLY 30'S AND THE WIFE INSISTS ON A HORSE FARM. THE BASIC DIMENSIONS WILL BE AROUND 60'X35'. PJ
A thing of beauty PJ. Fantastic workmanship. Makes me want to move to G scale. I add my welcome to you too.