Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by spankybird, Jul 4, 2008.
Thanks for the Holiday photo thread Spankybird!
Here's a flag on my layout at a Boy Scout campground near the tracks. An adult leader starts the morning with a salute while an appropriately red, white, and blue collection of cars rolls by...
Peter, I like the Colonial flag you added to the top of the page!
Happy 4th of July! Celebrate liberty and freedom!
I guess i better get some red white and blue out there!
E60MA 610 basks in the morning sun. The E60s i think were the last major american electrics run here in the northeast. everything else is imported now.
An aging U-boat is passed by a modern Dash-8
The Big Blue is pulling a tank train today. This switch and the track the train is coming from is new, i just installed it on tuesday.
SD45-2 #6660 trails B40-8 #5078. I love this locomotive.
U23B passes around to the front of it's train. This is the other end of the track additions above.
Great Pictures Everyone. Have A Safe & Wonderful Holiday.
Doin' a couple of racks of ribs tonight...
Shaygetz - is that an old tyco?
Yes, it is. A freebie someone was tossing that I managed to intercept. It's play worn a little bit but complete---and---like most Tycos, runs like bovine effluent.:thumb:
I love it when it double posts...sigh...
Happy 4th of Julyatriot1:atriot1:atriot1:
We're hoping everyone here has a
atriot1:atriot1:atriot1:atriot1:atriot1:atriot1:HAPPY FOURTH OF JULYatriot1:atriot1:atriot1:atriot1:atriot1:atriot1:
Happy 4th of July to Everyone.
Wow, nice shots make it feel like the 4th. Happy and safe 4th to one and all.
Great Pictures Mark & Don.
GREAT PICS FOLKS! :bravo:
Happy fourth everyone! Oh wait, its the fifth. I just got in from watching fireworks and cruisin with some freinds, so please forgive me for being late. :thumb:
You are forgiven.
Happy 4th to all my neighbours to the south!
Here's an engine that I just finished. A fictional CNR SD-7.
Jeff, I like that over the fence view of the game in progress.
That SD7 looks good in that scheme Glen!
Here my slow moving GP35 works the car float...
I thought I had posted this picture to a 7/4 thread on this forum, but I've been wrong before (once, I think, in, like, 1974). :twisted: Anyway, I like it, so you're gonna see it again!
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