Pics from Baltimore

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by e-paw, Aug 3, 2008.

  1. logicman

    logicman Greybeard

    I really enjoyed these pictures - thanks for sharing them. :thumb:

    Of course, I now have even more stock on my buy / build / modify list! :cry:

    What brand is that strange-looking 4-2-0 ? It's most odd -
    I don't quite see Bonnie and Clyde making a getaway in one of those! :mrgreen:

    Thanks again. :thumb:
  2. Triplex

    Triplex Active Member

  3. e-paw

    e-paw Member

    more steam

    A study of CNJ's 4-4-2 camelback. (For a feature project.)

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  4. e-paw

    e-paw Member

    More of 592.

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  5. e-paw

    e-paw Member

    I think that a camelback takes the cake when it comes to mass produced steam oddities. 592 fits the bill all right.

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  6. e-paw

    e-paw Member

    lots of detail...

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  7. e-paw

    e-paw Member

    She's got lots of parts to look at...

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  8. N Gauger

    N Gauger 1:20.3 Train Addict

    Nice!!! Glad you had digital.. this would have been a LOT of film!!!:eek::eek:
  9. e-paw

    e-paw Member

    For rail-fanning you can't beat a digital. This was just a small point and shoot. I would love to have one of those rebels, Just have to save up the $1,000 or so to get one with a few good lenses.
  10. Chessie6459

    Chessie6459 Gauge Oldtimer

    Great Pictures e-paw. :D :D :D
  11. Packers#1

    Packers#1 Ultimate Packers Fan

    Thanks for all the great pictures.
  12. w8jy

    w8jy Member

    Great pictures! I get out to the Baltimore area at least once a year - the B & O museum is a must see every year. I have a 5 year old grandson there that would live at the museum if he could! It really is a great place and they have made great progress since the roof collapse. It sure is an expensive undertaking to restore the damaged equipment.

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