MODELING Weekend Photo Fun May 11, 2012

Discussion in 'Weekly and Special Threads' started by r_i_straw, May 11, 2012.

  1. r_i_straw

    r_i_straw Staff Member TrainBoard Supporter

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    Oh oh, someone brought their horse along for a ride on this wacky tourist excursion train.
     
  2. SteamDonkey74

    SteamDonkey74 TrainBoard Supporter

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    A little 1:8 scale (7 1/2" gauge on the tracks) from Willow Creek at Antique Powerland in Brooks. We're busily gearing up for Steam-Up 2012, folks - last weekend in July, first weekend in August.
     
  3. Philip H

    Philip H TrainBoard Member

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    New and old KCS motive Power ties up In Hagerstown, MD on Lee Weldon's Wm Lines during a freak, era splitting time convergence in late 2011.
     
  4. Candy_Streeter

    Candy_Streeter TrainBoard Member

    garage interior

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  5. mcjaco

    mcjaco TrainBoard Member

    Here's a recent photo of two very old projects. I custom painted both of these about 15 years ago. The E Unit is obviously a fantasy scheme.

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  6. rg5378

    rg5378 TrainBoard Member

    WOW!!! What detail! Right down to the pin-up art, clock and labels on the cans!!
     
  7. grouch

    grouch TrainBoard Member

    Candy

    The repair manuals on the counter are a nice touch and shows experience.
     
  8. RBrodzinsky

    RBrodzinsky Staff Member TrainBoard Supporter

    An AC-12 cab forward, SP #4253, coming out of a High Sierra tunnel at dusk

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  9. jeffrey-wimberly

    jeffrey-wimberly TrainBoard Member

  10. Paul Liddiard

    Paul Liddiard Staff Member

    I like this a LOT! Nice detail and very good work!
     
  11. Geep_fan

    Geep_fan TrainBoard Member

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    My new SD26, running a test train over some blocks after a rewiring.

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    The SD26 at Sousa City with some other motive power.

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    A Mopac GP15 cruising past town on the Colorado Springs NMRA division modular layout.

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    The Sandric and Lake Superior has a pair of new SW9's from P2K.
     
  12. dti406

    dti406 TrainBoard Member

    Well, I finally completed the cars I have been working on all week.

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    This is an Front Range 50' Boxcar which is used to replicate an Evans 50' Boxcar, substituted a Detail Associates 10' Superior Door and extended the door tracks to match. Painted with Floquil B&M Blue and Black Paint and lettered with Herald King Decals.

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    This is an Athearn 50' PC&F RBL w/14' Door, used A-Line Sill Steps in place of the plastic steps, painted with Floquil Tuscan Red Paint and lettered with Herald King Decals.

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    This is a MDC - FMC 5277CF Boxcar, painted with Floquil B&M Blue and Black paint, lettered with Microscale Decals. This car was used in paper service.

    Thanks for looking!

    Rick J
     
  13. Paul Liddiard

    Paul Liddiard Staff Member

    some stuff

    Messing around with some trucks...
     

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  14. BoxcabE50

    BoxcabE50 Staff Member TrainBoard Supporter

    Nice! That counter detail looks just like so many shops I have known, even mine.

    How did you do those shelf details? It is a photo?
     
  15. Nick Lorusso

    Nick Lorusso TrainBoard Member

    Here is a shot from Saturday of my VRE on the club layout.
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  16. mcjaco

    mcjaco TrainBoard Member

    ^ Cab car is facing he wrong direction and on the wrong end of the train!
     
  17. Nick Lorusso

    Nick Lorusso TrainBoard Member

    Not when your running 2. and following a proto type photo.
     
  18. rray

    rray Staff Member TrainBoard Supporter

    What club are you running at Nick?


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  19. mcjaco

    mcjaco TrainBoard Member

    Interesting. Is said photo available to see?
     
  20. Nick Lorusso

    Nick Lorusso TrainBoard Member

    Rob, running at the Santa Clara depot.

    Here is the picture of a special with a F40ph and if you notice 2 cab cars after the locomotive
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