Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by Drew1125, Aug 11, 2006.
MTC climax #1 pushes a work train across the Dawg Fork Trestle...
Great stuff Drew! :thumb: :thumb:
Hey Drew, I can smell the kreosote comin' off that trestle!!! Nicely done:thumb: .
...You mean that's not real?!?!?
Wow!!!!! That's great, but I'd expect no less than that from you my good friend. Your work has always been an inspiration to me.:thumb: :thumb:
Oh yeah, it's good to see you back, I hope you hang around and post more stuff like this.
Nice Drew. I always like seeing your work.
Great Stuff drew!!
Beautiful scene!!! I can hear that ol' trestle creaking under the weight.
And speaking of trestles, where can I get good info/plans for making one?? Did a separate line ever cross under the trestle? I've got a CV truss bridge which I feel is a little too modern for the setting and think of maybe putting a trestle in its place. Any ideas??
Here's a tutorial i did for a trestle I built.
Always love seeing your greenery, Drew:thumb: I can smell the moss growing on that trestle.
Nicely done Drew! How about a close up of that loco?
Now that is my kinda trestle. :thumb:
That looks great, Drew! I can't decide which I like best, the train, the trestle, or the scenery. :thumb:
Drew... Great photography, and AWESOME modeling !!!
Bob :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
Thanks Mikey. That's a great tutorial for building one. I'll have to start doing a little measuring and getting some wood together.
Steamhead: If you can get access to the books "Logging Railroads of the West" by Kramer Adams or "Railroads in the Woods" by John Labbe and Vernon Goe, you will see lots of ways to build trestles. There are some companies that sell complete trestle kits and others that sell the bents or jigs to build your own.
excellent shot---i really like that trestle :thumb:
Nice scene, Drew, and good photography too! Also, that smoke effect from your loco is very nicely done.:thumb:
Beautiful shot!! I really like your curved trestle. The trees look fantastic too. The whole thing is great.
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