Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by cn nutbar, Apr 2, 2006.
a couple of steam engines stop under the coaling tower before proceeding on their journey
What makes that headlight have a golden glow?
The headlights in both locos are MV Products lenses. Some of these lenses seem to yellow with age, and even though the 3529 has a recent paint job, the lense is fairly old. The 506 was painted a couple of years ago, I think, and the lense was installed new at that time.
Wayne (slaving away in Mister nutbar's loco shops.)
CN Nutbar, Definitely a couple of the neatest steamers I've ever seen ! Nice work !
three at a time
thanks for the feedback---that rs-3 is going to keep busy hauling hoppers to keep that coal bunker filled with all this action
even that diesel needs a hand
whenever a job needs done,you can always depend on steam
Real sweet!:thumb: :thumb:
cn nutbar, you sure do take Great Photo's.:thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
hello all---while a couple of passenger steam engines re-fuel, a passenger train led by a trio of diesels roars through
hello all---a view from the top of the roundhouse give a panoramic view of the yard including the additional diesel shops in the background
a lash-up of MLW diesels eases through the yard while in the background a hungry steamer waits for a load of coal
this is gonna be a mighty awesome layout
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