Switching Ostend St. Ironworks...

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  1. Art67

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    I just got these new Atlas tankers and wanted to showcase these fine models. They really are pretty exquisite. The S1 is busy switching the Ostend St. Ironworks.

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    truck service at Dominos sugar...

    Here is some truck service to Dominos sugar, and a boxcar delivery to Ostend St. Ironworks.
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    let's try this again...

    let's try this again...

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    Hi,
    Great pictures of that rolling stock & the little switcher. But you seem to have a pretty good industrial complex there. How about some overall pics to get a good idea of where these trains are working?

    Gus (LC&P).
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    Great work, Stuart, as usual. Your industrial scenes always have that gritty air about them that makes them so believeable. Nice tank cars too, how long are they? Too bad for me that they're much too modern for use on my '30s era layout.

    Wayne