Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by cnw1961, Jun 1, 2007.
Some fantastic modeling pics, keep up the great work guys , I'm enjoying the pics :thumb:
Went diving recently out at The Texas Flower Gardens 110 miles out in the Gulf of Mexico and passed by this really cool turntable R/R bridge on the waterway leaving the Freeport/Houston area. Hope this picture comes out well, first time posting...I think a truss bridge and a well-bashed roundhouse motor might just do the trick!!
Catt: Nice trucks..Cool bridge scene.:thumb:
Brakie: More cool lookin shortline cars, I like that MA & PA car.:thumb:
Nazgul: Neat shot: Nice pickemup truck.:thumb:
Tomkat: Even more great pics.:thumb:
Scubadude: Neat looking bridge.:thumb:
Plenty of power on tonights Westbound Gateway 97.
On your next layout you should paint the ties brown. It makes a ton of difference. Paint the rails while your at it. It looks alot better with brown ties and rusty rail.
The modeling looks great BTW.
Looks like you better get the power company out there ASAP as it appears there are some downed power lines and a pole that needs to be replaced!
Thanks for pointing that out, I'll get the crew out there right away.
Track & Ties
"On your next layout you should paint the ties brown. It makes a ton of difference. Paint the rails while your at it. It looks alot better with brown ties and rusty rail.
The modeling looks great BTW.
Thanks for the info!.....The photo you pointed out is an old one off a club module ...I did not lay the track but did the buildings & scenery....on my layout I did paint the ties & rail.
Here is some of the track on my old layout....
Johnathan, i REALLY LIKE that scene!!!:thumb:
Larry, i just cant get enough of those AWESOME "odd" Road freight cars you have:winki: . GREAT JOB on the weathering on the Galveston car:thumb: .
STEVE!!!, FANTASTIC PIC!!!:thumb: the passenger train looks GREAT, and you did a SLAP OUTSTANDING JOB on that truck!:winki: :mrgreen:
tomkat, REALLY GREAT PICS:thumb: , the scenes and weathering look GREAT!:thumb:
Richard, WOW!!!:eeki: , VERY COOL looking bridge!:thumb:
Mark, AWESOME SHOT!!!:thumb: , you know the more motive power, THE BETTER!:winki: :thumb: :mrgreen:
KEEP 'EM COMING FOLKS! :deano: -Deano
Test test... trying to figure out how to post from the new gallery...
Nice Challenger, TrainNut. Do you have a lot of steam equipment?
Nope. That's pretty much my only one. I've got an old Bachman 4-8-4 that runs horribly and a 4-8-0 that bit the dust a long time ago. I took all the gearing out of it and now my 5 year old pushes it around his layout. I recently saw the performance of the Kato Mikado and I'm kinda thinking about getting one. Only problem is that they don't come DCC equipped.
Looks like it worked!! :thumb: :thumb: :mrgreen:
TrainNut: Nice looking steamer,:thumb: but whats thats silver thing? It looks so cool!
Isn't that one of them galloping goose rail contraptions? I remember watching a special on PBS about their use on the narrrow gauge rails out in the Colorado area.
Yep, it's a Galloping Goose but its performance was nothing short of dismal and I have already taken it back.
I posted a review of it in the review section if you have not already found it.
WELL FOLKS, Friday night has come upon us again:eeki: , and so has the close of the weeks Photo Fun thread:winki: . TRULY FANTASTIC pics and work was shown this week:thumb: . THANK YOU!:mrgreen:, to ALL that participated:thumb: :mrgreen: .
As ALWAYS, i hope to see you ALL in THE NEXT Photo Fun thread:thumb: .
THANKS! :deano: -Deano
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