Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by interurban, Aug 3, 2003.
THAT IS A GREAT LINK DAWG!!!!!!
Thanks I love the old stations.
The plant looks like a Plastastruct Project that is not impossible. The stations are sweet.
Stu, if you're talking about the ready-mix plant I totally agree - that thing just BEGS to be modelled!!!
It sure does and could easly fit into almost any layout
Does anyone know where I can find a picture of a train depot built in about the 1850's or earlier and demolished in the 1980's.
I have been searching for a while now with no results.
If you are interested in searching for images it was in centralia illinois I have found 2 photos and they aren't the best.
I'll attach one of them.
Thanks in advance.
Found a great site for pictures.
Historical pictures of trains, buildings and people.
You want to check out the "Visual Database":
The Centralia Area Historical Society probably would be your best first-stop for info. Their museum has a lot of ICRR stuff. http://www.centraliamuseum.org/
You might also try contacting the Illinois Central Railroad Historical Society:
Thanks for all the editions folk.
While I was out railfanning localy.
I thought this old building would be good for modeling.
Sunday afternoon found me poking around the harbour area with my camera. Here are a couple of the many shots I took (lots were of boats so I won't post those).
I guess this is an office, for what I don't know.
I actually went down there to get some reference shots of oil storage tanks. Here are a couple. I like the first one because it shows they don't always have the circular steps around them.
Here's a loading dock. Always on the lookout for interesting clutter.
Clutter? Did I say clutter? How about a whole yard full of rusted scrap?
Nice pics VAl! :thumb: :thumb:
Oh,..............post the boats. There's enough waterfront on layouts, and not many boat pictures.
besides, I like boats
Okay Pete, these are for you.
And a couple of tugboats.
Nice tug boats Val. Where did you find them?
In the water Robin, LOL
Look like it could be the eastern gap.
Yes, it is the eastern gap. I drove around Unwin Ave and Commissioners St. at the foot of Cherry St. in Toronto. That is one very cool place!!!
Cool boats val!
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