Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by marty w., Jan 1, 2003.
IM 358 with new paint scheme was shot switching Herman's Farm Supply.
IM 358 with Erie 1403 heading back to Indianapolis after working the IU power plant in Bloomington.
Beautiful photos here Marty. Also on your web side. You layout is similare to mine. I don't have the lighting or camara to take your kind of photos so I can't show my layout to advantage.
Great photos but even better painting and detailing, Marty!
Man, that is some FANTASTIC work you're doing there, Marty!
Thanks for posting those!
Love the sharp paint scheme on that Geep! Nice weathering on thebox car too!
Hi Marty, great photo's and excellent modeling.
Just awhile back I was stopped by a flagger at a crossing to let a loco with car pass. Thought it was pretty neat.
Like wise very nice layout Marty.
Good clear pics.
Super photographs Marty and really neat modelling. How about posting more pics?
Thank You guy's for the kind remarks.
I have been struggling with a paint scheme that would be easy and quick to apply and this is the finale result.
This is Erie 1403. It's a Atlas loco that is detailed and painted.
Last one that is worth posting. Oh please excuse the dirty finger print on the above pic.
The pics of 1403 are superb Marty!
Thats the first time I've seen a close-up of an Atlas loco.. fabulous! Now I see why the guys rave about them. (And that paint scheme is outta this world!!)
Thanks for posting them.
Marty, those pictures are just wonderful, very good modelling. I, like the rest, would love to see more. Your photographs are excellent
Marty, Nice work and shots!
Errol, Drew and Gary,
That's a older Atlas unit. The grabs were molded on and some of the other details. All the molded on detail was removed and wire grabs and lift rings were added.
Lookin good Marty! Lookin S. IN too. Nice paint job and the little plastic folk in the paint shop will thank you for the color choices if you ever do an IU promo like the Monon did. That barn reminded me of the ultimate IN barn I saw in S. IN around Franklin Co. a couple of years ago. Classic half octogaon roof red barn in nice shape with a b-ball backboard on the front! Ya gotta have one marty! I was siving the idea for myself, but do it do it do it!!!
That's a coool idea! Basketball and Indiana go hand in hand.
I could get some little plastic ballplayers and a plastic Bobby Knight slap'n......umm.....coach'n um.
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