Around the docks...

Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by Art67, Jun 10, 2006.

  1. Art67

    Art67 Member

    A few pics from around the docks...

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  2. Art67

    Art67 Member

    A few more...

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  3. Ralph

    Ralph's for fun!

    Gritty, weathered, industrial...gorgeous! :)
  4. Soul Embrace

    Soul Embrace New Member

    awsome pictures
  5. isboris4449

    isboris4449 Member

    Very impressive, love the structures!

  6. cnw1961

    cnw1961 Member

    I always love to see pictures of your layout, it is great :thumb:. Do you have a trackplan of your layout? I’d really like to see it.
  7. cn nutbar

    cn nutbar Member

    great pictures art---thanks for sharing
  8. eightyeightfan1

    eightyeightfan1 Now I'm AMP'd

    Excellent work!
  9. Biased turkey

    Biased turkey Active Member

    As a newbie, I just can say: Thanks for sharing your excellent work Art67.
    Nice track work ( painting, ballasting ) , nice weathering, nice ... everything.
    I used to go bicycling around the Montreal docks 30 years ago and your pics really give the impression of being in a real dock.
  10. UP SD40-2

    UP SD40-2 Senior Member

    Great Pics! & Outstanding Work!!!

    Art67, i have to echo what others have said, OUTSTANDING!:thumb:, GREAT work, i too ALWAYS love to see pics of your switching layout:thumb::D. THANKS!:D
  11. lester perry

    lester perry Active Member

    Very very impressive. Looks like it might be a module. Are you a club member?
  12. Art67

    Art67 Member

    Thanks for the kind words everyone. Lester, I am not a member of any club - It is just my 2 foot x 8 foot switching layout. It is built so that I can expand at either end. At the moment I am working on an extension {2ft x 4 ft } that will allow me to expand it to 2ft x 12 ft. In a way it is a modular layout insomuch that it allows me to easily move the layout if that becomes necessary, and to be able to add on at either end as space and time become available. However, there are no set track guidelines or standards in the classic sense of modular layout building. My main goal is to have easy access to all turnouts [handthrown], and ease of maintenance. I plan in the future to have most of the add-ons a depth of 18 inches or so, so that each scene will have more of a trackside feel to it when photographing the layout. Thanks again for everyones feedback.

  13. interurban

    interurban Active Member

    announce1 Amazing stuff Stuart.
    Great modeling!!!
  14. doctorwayne

    doctorwayne Active Member

    Nice work, Stuart, it's always a pleasure to see your views down by the docks: even moreso now that, for some reason, my computer monitor has decided to allow me to view the usually missing red component of the various colours.:)

  15. MilesWestern

    MilesWestern Active Member

    Yikes!! :eek: What did CP Rail loco's look like? :eek:
  16. doctorwayne

    doctorwayne Active Member

    Depends on the weather :) , although I've seen black, or brown. Most of the time, everything has a greenish cast to it. I thought that all of my photos had that "fluorescent glow" about them, until I saw one on my daughters monitor. When I get time, I'm going to buy a new computer, as this one will not run the software that would allow me to download pictures from my new camera.


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