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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by GN.2-6-8-0, Nov 26, 2007.
Winter steam up at the Adobe Mountain Dam Railroad park.
Do you have a close up of the C&S mogul? Ooooo!
Are you involved with the group? This past saturday, after chopping my Christmas tree down, my wife and I swung by Carillon Park in Dayton, OH to find a 0-6-0 operating on their inch & a half scale railroad.
One C&S Mogul comin up'...... Who says it doesn't get cold in Arizona:mrgreen:
what scale is that i think im in love with that size of widecab
what scale is that i think im in love with those up widecabs
sorry for the double post
man that is AWESOME,too bad there arent any large scale railroading around here :cry:.but im drooling over that big boy and NYC hudson :mrgreen:.--josh
Don't know about scale but all equipment is 7 1/2" gauge.
folks take their model serious In all scales huh!sign1
that looks like alot of fun
yeah i would love to beable to do something like that do you have to scratch build everything
You can buy stuff in that scale RTR, but be prepared to open your wallet. Just count on the fact that a locomotive will cost you as much as an automobile (or more). They have quite a bit of track at adobe mountain, and quite a bit of rolling stock amongst the members. I wonder where all the members get that kind of money!
The difference between boy and man is the size of his toys huhh?
Didnt realize I had so much to look forward to!
I love that Bigboy, sure lives up to its name, even in scale.
THAT is cool. I wonder if my homeowner's association rules/regs allow diesel units like those UP's running around my back yard...I'm thinkin' they don't. (Wonder how heavy they are too?)
It's 3900 class Challenger from out of town,but your right you gotta have reallllly deep pockets to buy something like that...Wheww!
Guess that why I'm just an H.Oer