N Scale Website - Great Diorama

Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by Casey Feedwater, Dec 24, 2002.

  1. Check out the N scale diorama pictured on the website linked below. All I can say is WOW! This guy is one heck uva modeler!

    I have a feeling it wouldn't matter what scale he worked in. :eek:


    Hope everyone enjoys this. :)
  2. Tyson Rayles

    Tyson Rayles Active Member

    Well that blew my socks off!!! :cool: Thanks for sharing Casey. :)
  3. davidstrains

    davidstrains Active Member


    You are right - excellent work.

    From the title he could be out of North Bend, Wa. The background for his photos look to be the Cascades Mountains east of Seattle. I think I recognize them. Used to drive Rt 18 to I-90 to get to Ski areas and over the pass to Leavenworth for Christmas Light display.
  4. Drew1125

    Drew1125 Active Member

    That is some fine looking work!!
    :cool: :cool: :cool: :cool:
    I'd love to see some more!
  5. kettlestack

    kettlestack Member

    Thanks for the link Casey, that's fabulous modelling.
    Proves the point ... "dioramas are well worth building".

    The only thing missing from it are a couple of jack rabbits :D .

  6. RI541

    RI541 Member

    You gotta be real quite when your sneaking up on them jack ribbits. They was all over the place when I went. Next time look under the barn or under the truck on the left. I saw a bunch run under the truck just a minute ago.:D :D :D :D

    That is some fine modeling:) :) :) :)
  7. WM-N-fan

    WM-N-fan Member

    That elevator reminds me a lot of one in Breathedsville Md. on an old B&O branch line (used mainly for WM interchange and Passenger, berries, and LTCL shipments). After passenger service and B&O/WM interchange came to a screatching halt and the demise of other industries, the line was scrapped south of the elevator in 1979 and it recieved cars well into the 80's with a Chessie engine pulling a car about a mile from the main active section. The elevator has a tall, plain elevator and office and many other buildings and old cars and shanties. In the late 80's it went to reduced operations about the time the mile long spur was torn up to permit way for a prison. However ties and some remnants of rail still exist is the area buried in ballast. The elevator is now closed, but a farm store occupies the office and they use the elevator as a warehouse. It's called "the Feed Bin" It's a fascinating structure. Anyways this model looks like the elevator a lot. I agree that that's some fine modeling.

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