Some layout photos...it's been awhile

Discussion in 'HO Scale Model Trains' started by Mastiffdog, Jun 6, 2004.

  1. Mastiffdog

    Mastiffdog Member

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    I too am a refugee from the Atlas forum. I am tired and whooped from all of the controversy over there. Although I must admit, I have participated in most of the discussions and enjoyed it thoroughly - it's a tough bunch.

    Anyway, here's a few photos - some of you who do visit the other board may have seen these already, sorry:

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  2. brakie

    brakie Active Member

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    Hi Dog! :wave:
    Great pictures of some mighty fine models..Keep them coming! :D
  3. interurban

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    VERY well done Dog.
    Glad you posted them here. As I haven`t time to surf other sites. :)
  4. Fred_M

    Fred_M Guest

    Great work dog! :thumb: FRED
  5. Drew1125

    Drew1125 Active Member

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    WOW!
    That is BEAUTIFUL stuff!
    Keep 'em coming!
    :cool: :thumb: :thumb: :cool:
  6. NYC-BKO

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    Hi Dog,

    Nice work, great pics:thumb::D good to see you here, too!
  7. chipmonk

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    man thats some unbeleivable stuff, nice work!
    Chris
  8. RailRon

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    Great models and great pics, dog! :thumb:

    A question: The sandhouse in the left pic and the open shed in the middle one - are they from a FSM kit? If yes, did you also build the coaling platform?

    (I have one of these kits, and your models look so great - makes me think if I should... mmmhhhmmm???) :D :D :D

    Ron
  9. kettlestack

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    Super pictures dog.
    Timber buildings are always full of charm and interesting outlines. A cluster of them like you've made makes me drool. Beautifully made!
    I'm also admiring your scene of the RGW and tunnel mouth.

    Got any more photos of your layout you'd like to share with us? I for one will be waiting with bated breath.

    Errol
  10. Ralph

    Ralph Remember...it's for fun!

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    Nice stuff! Lots of detail!
    Ralph
  11. Mastiffdog

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    More photos? Sure. Thanks for asking and all the kind comments:

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  12. Fred_M

    Fred_M Guest

    Looks fantastic. :thumb: Fred
  13. OhioRailroader

    OhioRailroader New Member

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    Looks great Dog!
  14. kettlestack

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    geeee dog, me luvs 'em, luv, luv, luv, luv 'em. Beautiful modelling sir! Keep 'em coming.

    Timber structures rule!!! LOL

    Errol
  15. atsfman

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    Good job as usual, Dog. Good to find you "quivering here" too. doesn't look like flak jackets are required.

    Bob
  16. boppa

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    hope the lilpeople got the red flags out on that one with the `tree plantation' growing on the tracks :D
  17. SD90

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    Nice pictures! Great modeling!