More Pics of Equity Junction, NV

Discussion in 'HO Scale Model Trains' started by rhtastro, Aug 26, 2007.

  1. rhtastro

    rhtastro Member

    Some more recent pics of Equity Junction are included here. One has prisoners pounding rocks with their guard looking from above or maybe he's just a railroad worker and they're likewise. :oops: Another bucolic scene is of horses and cows in a corral. Then there is a train yard with the usual suspects in attendance. Next is the Equity Junction Depot with trains and passengers waiting.:wave:wall1 What's that ICE train doing out there? Must be a mix up somehow. Then there is that debarking mill again, that's where they take all barking dogs, I guess. :confused: And finally a lonely caboose along Jones Creek. Cheers, Bob :mrgreen:

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  2. rhtastro

    rhtastro Member

    More pics of Equity Junction

    Here, we have the Canadians arriving at Mill Pond and an image of the Pure Oil Depot in Equity. Looks like a busy place.

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  3. nscaler711

    nscaler711 Member

    I love that DB ICE train on the fourth pic!
    Where did you find that?
  4. Ralph

    Ralph's for fun!

    You just can't go wrong with one of the "Chiefs" at a Southwestern looking depot! :thumb:

  5. rhtastro

    rhtastro Member

    NS, I got that DB ICE train in one of those Marklin starter sets a few years ago from a dealer in Toronto. You know, with trains, track, switches, digital power packs, hookup wire, etc. That was before I started my HO 50's-60's southwestern display. So It's a little out of place but I like it anyway. It has it's own siding so it doesn't get run over by those fast freights. I don't take the authenticity of the particular period too seriously. I'm like Ralph in the post above when he says "it's for fun". Bob
  6. CNWman

    CNWman CNW Fan

    Great shots! As for that ICE train, maybe it got switched onto some magic railway from some island far away, populated by sentinent trains or something like that :D
  7. rhtastro

    rhtastro Member

    Equity Junction continued

    A super market from the 50's. Remember those? Then the "old town" from the gold rush days. Then it's the UP Mike waiting for a load near EQ Mt. back in the good ol days. :thumb: And last it's EQ Motel time. Remember, this is Nevada, so anything is possible.

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