Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by Bill Pontin, Apr 13, 2003.
Davids Trains - It's on the way - I sent it today!!
Mikey, Great!!! Looking forward to seeing it . BTW your shots were neat.
Nice pics Mikey! Rich did you take any pics when you had it?
Your office looks like mine...
Only scenery is whhat I MAKE.
Then again... If a tornado comes I'll be safe.
I Always Say: "I need to clean my desk, Got a trashcan & a match you can lend me??"
Thanks Tyson & David -- RIch did take pics - He'll post them as soon as he can
Thats one hell of a nice layout, the gauge box car looks real good.
yes I took pics forgot to put them in will have them friday I hope and mikey you can keep the nic rich
Thanks Rich - Now that I have your blessing, I'll keep the nic!! -- LOL
Received it in excellent shape today. Very nicely done 88. I will take some pictures of it tonight or tomorrow and send it out again. Who is next?
Tyson is next.I'll PM you his address.
N-"Gauge" boxcar heading south
Gauge boxcar TGR 101976 arrived from N-gauger today as part of a freight headed by a GP-7. Here it is stopped in front of the Matthyro Freight Terminal and will be picked up by a Consolidation headed to the town of Arcee a little south of Engleton
MoPac Consolidation #92 brings the Gauge boxcar into Arcee
where it is offloaded of part of the Phili cheesesteak subs and repacked with a load of Virginia Peanuts at Chris's and some Black Strap Molasses at Viola's Corn Products.
It was picked up by #92 and is now on its way to the Nantahala Midland.
Nice pics! Can't wait for the food, er boxcar to get here !
Nice photos david, I think that I am after Tyson, can't wait till it gets here. Hope he leaves a sack of peanuts on board.
Just before it left I threw a large freezer chest (4 day supply of dry ice to keep things cool) on board loaded with Virginia Honey Baked Hams also. enjoy.
If anybody thinks any of that food is going to make it out of North Carolina they are nuts!!!
here you go guys
they didn't come out to good but here they are any way rich
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