Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by chessie4155, May 5, 2007.
Oky Doky ,Let's start this week off with a couple of shots of GM50.
Great Shots of GM50.:dance:
Mark, great scene, I like your railfans :thumb:
I have two pictures of my favorite engine (Stewart Baldwin VO-1000) for this weeks thread.
On a crisp autumn morning in 1941, Hudson Highlands #293, one of the railroad's oldest camelbacks, has drawn a small peddler freight assignment that includes switching Putney Coal.
A pair of U boats awaiting assignment at Kingsport's William's Yard. The unit to the left without a PC logo is based on a prototype photo. Over the years there were all matter of logo sizes on locomotives and several units of various types that never received the PC lettering at all.
Kurt: Great Pics: Cool looking switch stands.
CNJ999:Beautiful Scenery, is that one of the new Athearn Fords?
Ralph: Nice shot of those U Boats, are they U30Cs?
One is and the other is a U28B.
Chessie 4155-great GM50's :thumb:
Kurt-I see why that is your favorite engine! :razz: very nicely detailed man
cnj999-WOW jawdrop ,more incredible pics! you have GOT to show more for cryin out loud!
Ralph-great lookin engines,as usual :thumb:
tom-very nice layout,great lookin vehicles and 4-4-0 :-o
all great stuff guys,keep up the good work.--josh
Cool photos! Neat looking GM-50!
Great shots and great looking loco!
Mark, NICE PICS!:thumb: i like how you did the rail fans.
Kurt, GREAT LOOKING BALDWIN!:thumb: i just cant get enough, of the shots of your layout. FANTASTIC WORK!:thumb:
CNJ999, VERY NICE SHOT!:thumb: your layout looks AWESOME!:thumb:
Ralph, NICE LOOKING U's!!!:thumb: i tell ya, when ever i see PC engines or cars, YOU are the FIRST person that comes to mind.
Tom, NICE SHOTS!:thumb: :thumb:
I was hoping my new BLI UP AC6000 would have come today:mrgreen:...it didn't. i am guessing it will be in Monday, I'll post some pics when it comes in.
GREAT SHOTS FOLKS!:thumb: KEEP 'EM COMING!:mrgreen:-Deano
Great Pics everyone , Keep em comin.:thumb:
Here's a RBL fresh from the paint shop(hobbyshop)
NICE FGE Mark!:thumb:
From my "New" switching layout:mrgreen:...i kinda hate to post this pic as NONE of the area its in is even remotely close to being finished, but i felt i had to make some kind of contribution this week. :mrgreen:-Deano
Yup. Picked up a couple at the LHS on Friday. Very nice models but difficult to fit into a layout scene unless all the other vehicles are really first class looking.
it is a very nice scene,as it is ALL first class looking :thumb: ,you have gotta post a trackplan sometime.im dyin to see one.:mrgreen: --josh
Just wandering down the main line towards Santa Rita when I hear a warning whistle....GET OFF THE TRACK...NOW..!!
Thought I would post some pics of my newest N scale loco.The pictures are pretty bad,but I'm posting them anyway.:mrgreen:
By the way the loco is the new Bachmann B23-7.It has a few styling issues but it is a decent runner.
By the way for those so inclined the little bugger is DCC ready.
Oh and it will get a stablemate in the form of a CSX unit and this one is going to be patched for CSX.
Gus:wav:, FANTASTIC SCENERY!:thumb: GREAT SHOTS!:mrgreen:
Johnathan:wav:, NICE B23-7!:thumb: UP still has a couple of those, they have stripped the fuel tanks off them, painted them gray and use them as remote control units. i was considering buying one of Bachmanns(in HO) and making it into a remote control unit, problem is i have 1000 projects ahead of doing ittooth1.
So your going to patch it for CSX, PLEASE post it after you patch it, i would love to see it!:thumb: :mrgreen:-Deano
As usual, a great selection of photos from all, and like good coffee, always fresh! :thumb: :thumb:
One question: Gus, how about a little more info on that nice-looking steamer coming through the cut?
Here's my offering for the week, a rebuilt CPR GP9, caught at Kinnear Yard (formerly of the TH&B) in the east end of Hamilton, Ontario. I saw it, and a half-dozen others, on my way home from an open house at the former TH&B main station, in downtown Hamilton.
Duluth Missabe & Iron Range no.227 simmering quitely on the ready track at Proctor Minn.
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