What's better to see?

Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by EngineerKyle, Feb 13, 2008.

  1. EngineerKyle

    EngineerKyle Member

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    Rolling stock:


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    or structures:


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    :twisted:
  2. scubadude

    scubadude Member

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    Why not both????:thumb: :thumb:
  3. doctorwayne

    doctorwayne Active Member

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    Yeah, especially when they look that good. :thumb::thumb:

    Wayne
  4. nkp174

    nkp174 Active Member

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    And don't forget track work & scenery! Please!
  5. Squidbait

    Squidbait Recovering ALCO-holic

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    I like the whole package... models of rolling stock or structures look just like that - models. Unless they're placed in realistic surroundings, they just don't look "complete" to me.
  6. scubadude

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  7. Catt

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    :agree1: too.After all it wouldn't be much of a model railroad with out both of them. :mrgreen:
  8. ezdays

    ezdays Out AZ way

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    Are you asking me to decide which of my kids I love more than the other?:cry: That's just about the proper comparison, so.... put me down for both, just like everyone else.:thumb: :thumb:
  9. rogerw

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    Kyle im not sure whats better to see but I know when its all said and done I will have more rolling stock on my layout than buildings. I am doing more of a rail yard setup for switching ops with a couple of mains running around . But then again who knows what changes will happen down the line.