Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by RAY METIVIER, Jul 17, 2002.
COAL DRAG WITH TWO C44-9'S AND A ?
C44-9'S AND ?
WHAT IS THE QUESTIONED LOCO?
I love that coal drag of yours. Is that lead loco in the last shot a custom painted SD-90MAC??? I love your shots of the coal drag!
I'm not sure when BNSF picked up the SD90MACs, but it looks good! Did you paint that yourself?
Yes I paint many of my engines. You're on the ball.
BDC I don't believe BNSF has any SD90MACs. Correct me if im wrong.
23 TRACK LOWER STAGING AREA
TWO TRACK, 6 1/2 TURN HELIX, FROM LOWER LEVEL TO MAIN LEVEL.
" That's not a helix, that's a space station!!!"
Several people have asked about helix construction, I think this answers most of the questions. Nice work!
Wow. That's about all I can say. And you are correct: BNSF does not have the -90MAC. UP is the biggest user of them.
wow, that is an amazing layout. How many years did it take to build ?. With a layout like that, you simply have to have a web site, and include many many many pictures. I would definitely love to see more, including a track plan, but of course with a layout that size, you won't have time for anything but running trains
you must have a lot of time my friend....
By the way, I love the clouds!
I'd like to add my name to the list of impressed viewers here at the gauge. I model in S-scale and i just did a quick calculation, i'd have to build a room 50 feet wide by 81 feet long to house your layout! Now i see why youse guys like da small stuff!
Hope it's fun for you, it's fun for me just lookin!
Many of you wanted to see more pictures, here are more.
I fond some airplanes, not to scale, but close enough. 1:144.The length is five scale feet too long.
ONE MORE AGAIN
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