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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by chessie4155, Nov 1, 2006.
Wow, that's a lot of A units. Will you be obtaining some Bs to partner with them?
hello all---here's cnr f-7 #9100,an athearn genesis product---nice shots everyone and welcome msowsun---hope to see lots more of your excellent collection in the future,especially the steam---thanks for sharing---cn nutbar
another athearn genesis f-7,this time gtw #9027
last one,i promise
Noooooo, we want more! More more more!
Wow those look good guys.
WOW! CN nutbar, those are fantastic shots..looks real!:thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
Here's what Fs would have looked like in Chessie paint.
too bad Chessie didn't paint any ..:cry: They would have looked pretty cool heading up an Inspection train for the Brass..
Great Photo's Guys.
They sure would have Mark. It is a shame Chessie didn't have any F Units painted like that. But they do make them in that scheme as you show. :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
Congrats to all "posters"...!!! :thumb: In my book, every diesel after the F's was a step backwards aesthetically...Even though I'm a "Steamhead" those F units make me drool...One of these days I'm going to get me a set of F's in warbonnets and a bunch of coaches trailing behind...
NutBar...you take the prize!!!sign1
My cat, Weebles, checks to see there are no mice running that train. Christmas Layout 2005. I have another F unit with tiny Christmas lights all down it's sides that flash. Forgot to take a pic last year.
Hey there TrainClown!! Glad to see you back at the Gauge - we missed you!!!!
That's a wonderful shot TC! Who says cats and trains aren't compatible!? weebles is a cutie!
Finally, here's my own PC 1802 coupled to the inappropriately numbered 1071 (which I numbered before paying attetnion to issues like prototype number designations). That series of numbers was conveniently all together on the decal sheet....like 1802. Some day I'll replace the zero with an 8 on 1071 and make it a more realistically numbered loco.