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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by slekjr, Oct 31, 2008.
Doc Tom, great work!
Great pics this week guys and gals
Almost done with S&W's SD35 high nose. Some touch up paint, a few more detail parts and handrails.
Gave it a test run tonight. Ran smooth, but the lights didn't work.
Its an Atlas model and I run straight DC. Is there something I missed?
Looks great Ed, and thanks for the welcome back!
WOW!!! the pics just keep getting better and better!
Great job guys and gals! :thumb::thumb::thumb:
Great pic chessie.
Ok, mostly done. Still need to order AMB windows and MV lenses. The first time I had to use a magnifing glass to put on decals
What do you think?
Brownie Cameras still work in Stanleyille
You are correct I told Rufus to quick fooling around with that funny camera from across the ocean and get out the Brownie for a proper 1929 Black and White.
Rufus was just able to get the train as it was leaving town.
More GREAT pics everyone!!!
Ralph, the large building is really coming together, love all the windows you added in!!! :thumb: :thumb:
Jim, those are some sharp looking locos, i like that paint scheme for them :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
Detective investigates apparent crime scene on C&S RR
Hi Charlie yep there was something strange going on on that train as it left town. They sent for detective Gomshu from over in Nashville to investigate. Seems the only way he could get up in the holler was to "surf" the flats of a logger headin' up in to the mountains.
Wayne, I was pondering the possibility of making that factory a Gern facility. Since the Board of directors seems to approve expansion into the Hudson valley i just might!
Doctor G...that trackside shack is fantastic!
Great pictures everyone!
(Deano - that Veranda looks great...........I want one in Nscale!)
Tom, that scene looks GREAT, i love the creek and all those details packed in there!!! :thumb: :thumb: :mrgreen:
Jeffery, thats a nice looking tanker
Hey Jim, love the unit and the paint scheme.
Sunday 11-2-08 was my Z scale layout's first public outing.The little fella was a purrfect gentleman :mrgreen:
The MTL GP35 ran for 5 hours nonstop with absolutely no problems,to say the least I was/am a happy camper.
Great layout there Catt, I've wondered about going Z scale, but I'll stick w/ N for now, much cheaper and more products avalable.
Amazing photos everyone!
Railfanning - the mouse
The boys are up railfanning on Robin's Road. When they heard that the Lily Belle was bringing a train up, they loaded everything they had on the RV.
Then the work train came through.
Finally Emily brought her train through.
(Paradox: the scenery in the first shot is OO scale, but the train is 1:12)
Thanks Guys, great pics everyone:thumb::thumb: This is one of my favorite threads:mrgreen:
Charlie, I guess that is one of the hazards of my new camera, it shows everything