Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by doctorwayne, Apr 18, 2006.
cripes doctorwayne, i am just slap...FLOORED!jawdrop not only is Gern done so detailed and immaculate, but i have to echo the others on all the surrounding details and the water. i find your work to be NOTHING less then OUTSTANDING!:thumb: :thumb: :thumb: THANK YOU!, for posting the factory tour. i am anxious to see your future picture postings. VERY INSPIRATIONAL! THANKS!
Thanks guys, I'm glad that you enjoyed the tour.
Just bumping this up to let any interested parties know that the pictures in this thread are all available for viewing in the Gallery.
dr wayne have you ever considered making a personal gallery for your pictures they are deserving
Docotrwayne, this is truly the best industrial complex Iv'e ever seen. Thanks for showing us all the pictures. I don't think I could make a complex like this even if I tryed. Fantastic work :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
Excellent work, that's most impressive. My favorite area of model railroading is the scenery and structure modeling. I'm very inspired....:thumb:
I never tire of seeing pictures of your layout doctorwayne. Each one teaches me something and inspires me to improve my layout in some way. Really amazing work that deserves praise and admiration.
WOW! :O GERN Ind. certainly is large! If I may ask though, what in the world is FLUX? ???
Due to proprietary considerations and a pack of GERN corporate lawyers, I'm unable to answer your question in detail. However, as you can see from the ad posted with this thread, GERN Brand Flux is used in many products that we use everyday. It's also used in glassmaking, brickmaking, steelmaking, why, almost any kind of "making" that you could think of, and as a finishing agent for paper, textiles, and many plastics. It's invaluable as a binding agent in many processed foodstuffs (did you never wonder why your Twinkie doesn't fall apart?) and as an additive in livestock feed, gasoline, and most synthetics. Of course, as you can tell from this list, it's also an excellent fertilizer.
A GERN facility, even a small warehouse, can make an excellent addition to any layout, simply because GERN Brand Flux is used everywhere, generating enormous amounts of traffic for any layout. Even if you don't want to create any GERN rolling stock, any of the many fine GERN products can be moved in any suitable tankcar, boxcar, or covered hopper.
Just remember, you don't really need to know what flux is: all you need to know is that "If It's GERN, It's GOOD"! :-D:-D
There is no doubt that...
C'mon Gary, everybody knows by now that you're biased on this one. :-D All the same, thanks. :-D
Heck, I'm not biased. I mean, just look at that quote right there. That is classic, quintessential doctorwayne. Totally absurd, but absolutely rational! I love it!
Thanks for the inspiring pictures. I have been debating a similar type of industry for the Mooreway and Lizard Gulch Ry I am building right now. I also enjoyed the story to go along with it. I helps the Industry come to life....
Beautiful, Charlie: GERN's answer to heavy water - GERN Brand Dry Water - with 3% of the wetness removed, for a smoother, drier taste.
Get professional quality dry cleaning at home for a fraction of the cost - use GERN Brand Dry Water in your washing machine - your clothes will thank you.
New from the GERN Family of Fine Products - make dry ice at home - 3% colder than regular ice, and only pennies a day.
GERN'S Research & Development Department has a place for you, Charlie.
I hear its great in your morning coffee too.
Doc, I have 2 questions.
1.) is GERN a publicly held company? I think I could use stock in a company as encompassing as GERN in my portfolio!
and 2.) do you charge admission for tours to your layout?!? Holy cow you are a master at scenics.
Make that 3...
Have you ever been in MR and if no, WHY NOT?
I think if GERN were public, it would cause a major crash in the market. Just because it flux products are so damn good it would even make crude oil stocks look like junk bonds. :grin:
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