Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by Tyson Rayles, Feb 10, 2004.
Sadly this is the last pic! :cry: I hope you all enjoyed em'
That is a fantastic railway Tyson!!!!!!!
You had yourself a great photo day!!!
Wow, nice pictures of a gorgeous layout. Thanks for sharing!
Great pics, Tyson, long admired his work. Thanks for getting them and posting!
A man of his caliber demands the respect of the LPBs; Probably puts the fear of acetone in 'em
Loved it! Thanks for posting the photos. :thumb:
Very nice indeed Tyson, thanks for posting the photo's, I have his Video as well.
BTW Jon, here's another link at Trains.com.
Thanks for the links guys! Very interesting :thumb:
Soooooooo, Tyson, now that you are back to your disclosed location, did you learn any techniques from Luis? Any idea how he makes the trees?
Yes, dear Shamus, I remember your fine article. It's amazing how many times your work has been published, and not redundant - a new layout every time! Now, when will the 2nd On30 layout begin?
Great photos Tyson. Really gets the juices flowing EH!
Jon, I think that's because the next one will be G scale. And..don't let him fool you...the progression will be G, then 1-1/2"=1', then............the big bang?
To quote the Annie Lennox song from "Lord of the Rings"-"Don't say......we have come now to the end". We all need to hope that there will be more, and bigger, and better. Even if there won't be..............fool us.
Thank you for posting all of the beautiful pictures of Coon Creek. :thumb: I love the romance of 1880s logging and respect the work of the men and women who toiled in the logging camps, so that I could vicariously relive their romantic lives in my modeling efforts.
Beautiful pictures, Tyson. Thanks so much for sharing them.
Glad everybody is enjoying the pics. Made burning up all those rolls of digital film worthwhile!
That it did! Thanks so much for the awesome layout tour Tyson. Work like that is sooo inspiring.
Tyson ...many thanks for allowing us to share your enjoyment of Coon Creek.....Love those pictures... which provides stacks of inspiration
I know this is an old thread, but they just featured this layout on Tracks Ahead! What outstanding work! I wish he had a web site for it. Thanks for posting these pics!
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