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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by trainmasta13601, Apr 27, 2003.
it is time for a unificial nite of fotos post them here of ur weeks worth of fotos
jeeeeezzzzzz not 1 post and 28 reads!!!!
I must have missed this thread .
What type of Photo?????
Sorry I'm late!
Do I need to wait till next Saturday to post one?
That is a cool idea, though...a Saturday Night Photo Feature!
Yes it is a good idea. Kinda like they have over at Atlas on the N-scale forum, but the advantage is no scale restrictions. Count me in!
ok its were u post pics of your weeks worth of work on your layouts or enything eny kinda train pic it has not restictions well exept only trains and even if its sunday or monday u can still post pics
o yah i will haev my pic up soon have to find a good one!!!
Here is what I have been working on this week. Adding crossovers to my double track mainline. This is N gauge
Didn't have time this last week to work on the layout so here is a blast from the past. For those that don't remember or joined the Gauge since this was last posted, the Loco, boxcar and track are n-scale and the rest is 1:1.
Hi Chris aka trainmastar13601.
Here is what I have been working on this week.
A new traction station on new lower level.
This is the street track, no overhead as yet, it leads to the new station but passes my new diesal swichyard first
And the last shot of the new freight yard to be.
Must get that chimney fixed
Saturday, I worked like a dog to get my modules ready for the Mid-Island train meet in Nanaimo on Sunday.
This included cleaning track and rolling stock wheels, touching up scenery, and getting the DCC ready for the run,
Here are a few shots of the the setup at the show.
First is my 12 ft sectional module (still under construction)
Looking past my older 4ft module toward the newer 12ft sectional one.
The light was not good and my hand was not all that steady, hence the speedy train and somewhat out of focus shot.
This is my oldest NTrak module.
This is one of the corner modules I rebuilt a few years ago.
Looking past my new modules toward the old one.