Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by shamus, Jan 12, 2003.
Shay #2 rounds Pine Top after climbing the 4% grade.
Okay Shamus, I have you figured out now my friend. You've managed to build a time machine, in which you go back, take a few photos, and then tell us they're models!
Yup Shamus. Val has you figured out. Nobody can make scenery that good.
I agree with Val, This is unbelievable!!!!
Looks absolutely fabulous Shamus.
Yes Shamus...I'd like to see you get some photos of natural rain to scale coming down. That's the only way you could make this look more life like.
Thanks kind people, here's a couple more of the cribbed log trestle and 11% trestle.
did that guy just get a deer on the property? He did have a hunting license, right?
When your working on it I hope you are wearing rubber gloves, so you don't get into the poison ivy!
My gosh, what awesome detail in such short time!
I love the detail.
I do like that shot!
It would be interesting, to me, to see shays #1, and #2, doubleheaded on the 11% grade.
The BEST as usual Shamus my friend. A great inspiration to us all.
I have never seen or heard of the cribbed log trestle so you must have gone back in time to find one.
Outstanding work my friend but of course thats the only kind of work you do. Keep those pictures coming. Ron
Shamus, Great work as usual. Thanks for sharing and glad you are feeling better. Take care, Jim
A-W-E-S-O-M-E ! ! !
As I mentioned elsewhere Shamus...
Very happy your time on the Service
Track did you some good. Just don't
hit the throttle too hard. Build up the
steam pressure nice and slow.
Got to keep ya' in good shape. Ain't
been cross the pond to see ya' in
Awesome, as usual, Shamus! I really like those deep woods scenes like that first one. It's good to see you back in action!
Thanks guys, makes it all worth while.
More great modeling and great photos, Shamus! Way to go!
All I can say, Shamus, is that it's damn near 'postcard perfect'!!!
Isn't that a little squirrel I saw running across the tracks??!!!!
It's been said but, it can be said again and again.
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