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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by hiscopilot, Jan 26, 2007.
You're running Clarabel backwards also! Clarabel is supposed to be facing AWAY from Thomas I think
Here's a link to a Thomas related mishap which occurred on the club layout (to which I used to belong before I moved). Our club was and is friendly to all Sodor equipment.
I was there when this occurred and boy, it was a real smash up! BUT, it just goes to illustrate this loco (DCC added, btw) plus a whole host of other steamies all on the same line! So the kids are drawn to the layout by Thomas and end up chasing your custom detailed and painted 2-10-2 pulling a string of reefers...what's the worst that could happen, they become model railroaders someday? Sheesh!
BTW...this was a real wreck, not posed. It really did happen this way.
Yes Clarabel is supposed to be facing away. That wasnt my pic.
I need to check your link ocalicreek
sign1 I guess James was used to mishaps, but not THAT bad He usualy has something bad happen when he gets to do important stuff, and he has had problems w/ trees beforesign1 At least the stuff most affected was the Sodor stuff and it's not to detailed to beyonf easy repair:thumb:
OMG that story is so funny! My son just watched James and the trouble with trees last week!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks for sharing!
sign1 that is funny Hey, did those pencil-pushers over at BAchman ever send over James?
@#%&*#@$!!! Rivet counters:thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: sign1 sign1 sign1
Yeah my son wasnt even 3 yet when he told the museum guy that! But I am OCD so he probably get it
James arrived! these lil guys are pretty neat!
Just before X-Mas we were driving on the freeway and came across three DM&IR SD40-3's hauling a large consist of coal hoppers,but unfortunantly I didn't have my camera with me.Besides,we were on the freeway and couldn't stop anyways.
I do have a neat picture of Thomas also when he came to visit Duluth....
My son had fun,but I don't think I'd do it again,it was a madhouse that day at the Depot!