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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by cnw1961, Jul 20, 2007.
I figured I better put a couple up for Ralph too.
YEA Josh, YOU and ME both!!:thumb:
Mark, GREAT PICS!!!:thumb::thumb::thumb: I REALLY like the one with the engines going under the bridge:winki::mrgreen: . And, THANK YOU!, for the kind words:smilie: .
Kurt, :eeki:WOW!!!:eeki: i don't remember seeing a steamer on your layout!!:eeki: , could you PLEASE post some more of it:winki: . GREAT SCENE!:thumb: , and good job on the smoke:thumb: . (THANK YOU TOO!:smilie: )
Herc!!!:wav: , NICE PIC!!!:thumb::thumb: , GLAD to see you back on this thread too!:winki::mrgreen:
tomkat, GREAT pics of that flatcar load!!!:thumb::thumb: man those 2 covered loads look AWESOME!:thumb::thumb::thumb:
Ralph, i like the shot of you in front of the Aerotrain!!:thumb::mrgreen: .
Ed, CRIPES, your new camera takes FANTASTIC looking pics!!!:thumb::mrgreen:
Charlie, GLAD to see all the participation your putting in!!!:bravo: , NICE PICS AT THAT!!! of coarse i like the UP ones the best:winki: (hey, what did you expect:119: ), but they ALL are GREAT!!!:thumb::thumb::thumb: the frog one was just to funnysign1 .
Deano's Modeling tip;
Hey folks:wav: , Deano's modeling tip for the day:winki: , want to see just what to add to the layout to make it look better...take some pics of your layout:winki: . just when i think areas are looking OK, i take some shots, and while viewing them, i find lots wrong:eeki: ....take this pic for example, after i uploaded it, i now see weeds and brush are BADLY needed ....the "to do" list just keeps getting longer.. ...:119: .
Take it from 'OL Deano, contributing to this thread will help improve your layout:winki: .
Thanks Charlie!!! Wow! Look at that! Gotta love lashups with
F units! :thumb:
Good point, Dean. It's funny how much easier it is to see things that need improvement in a photo than it is in person. You never notice that derailed car until you post the picture, or that coffee cup sitting on your layout, in the background. My "discoveries", among others, are:
"Flying" vehicles -
Fuzzy baggage cars -
"Sceniced" headlights -
Shiny LPBs (which are definitely not shiny in person) -
And my personal favourite, cobwebs -
on freight cars and buildings...
and on structures...
Also, to all who have posted here, great photos!!:thumb::thumb: Please keep 'em comin'!!
Josh asks:what kind are those,im not to up to date on todays power .
Josh,The 7839 is a CW40-8 and the 682 is a CW60AC both are GE units.These units belong to one of the club members.
Deano,My C&HV units are custom painted by a good internet friend..In fact he help suggest the color scheme.:thumb:
Also the engine facility is on the Bucyrus club layout.:mrgreen:
Thanks for the nice comment..I will pass it on to the guys that did the work.
Hummm, all of the attached picture's are not showing up for me.
March, 1979 in Virginia. A really great looking and fast running locomotive. The word "Royal" is indeed earned.
Wayne:wav: , i too run into the same problems:winki: , thing is, it happens quite often... ....:119: . i cant tell you how many times i have took TONS of shots, and NEVER posted them because of the same problems you have shown examples of .
Larry, your friend did an AWESOME JOB on those C&HV engines:thumb: , yes please, give him a pat on the back for me:winki::mrgreen: .
Charlie, NICE SHOTS!:thumb::thumb: , I know the name of that engine, but for the life of me i cant remember what it is .
TAKE TWO...I see SOME improvement:winki::mrgreen: .
Heres an SD70M on the point, followed by an SD60M:thumb: .
KEEP 'EM COMING FOLKS!!! :deano: -Deano
I believe that engine was a 4-8-2 moutain or something like that (I own the toy of it in brio form, had it ever since my 6th christmas:mrgreen I think right now the engine is laden with all these fancy crests and such and looks like a train wreck even if it's stationary!
I'm having that problem too. Many photos in this thread (only those that are "Attached Thumbnails", and not all of those) are invisible - not even a red X. They were showing up fine yesterday.
Hmmm! I'm seeing all of the photos: attachments, links, whatever, including the shots of CPR Royal Hudson 2839.
Hmmmmmm, I am having the same problem today: most of the attached thumbnails don’t show up, only slekjr’s pics in posts # 24 and # 47 are visible. Yesterday was fine.
No problems here, I see everything just fine...:thumb:
I cleared the cache and tried again, but it’s still the same .
I tired it on another computer and it was still the same, thus why I posted.
Deano, question for ya, when are you gonna do a patch on an SD60(M) to make it right, for the 2200-2520 series!?
Same problem here some of the posts don't show the attachments.
Now lets try to post some more photos.
Does anyone have a NMRA clearance gauge they can loan?
Wayne, THANK YOU!!:mrgreen: , YOU have answered my question, it was the "Royal Hudson":thumb: . i have herd of that engine, and seen pics of it before:winki: , just couldn't remember the name of it .
Kurt, i am puzzled that a few of you cant see some of the pics , i am a dial-upper, and i can see ALL of the pics:thumb: .
Josh, if i was modeling the UP of TODAY, i would patch the SD60M:thumb: , but my vast assortment of engines runs from the steam days-today, so my pics depict MANY different time frames:winki: , that being said, i am just going to leave the number on the SD60M "as is", for now anyways:winki: .
Remember, the Rock Valley Subs slogan is: "Bringing the Past and Present Together":mrgreen:
Charlie, NICE PICS!!!:thumb: I really liked the pic of the Autoracks:winki::mrgreen: .
Charlie: You have been posting some really great pics:thumb: Keep em comin! Love pics from the 70s
It's about time you got here, your holding up a couple of real hot jobs! well that's probably what the Firemen are saying to that Eastbound..:mrgreen: