Red River RPM (DFW, TX) 2021 Photos

rch Jun 28, 2021

  1. rch

    rch TrainBoard Member

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    This past Saturday was the inaugural Red River RPM Meet in Fort Worth, Texas. It was a fun time and a better turnout than we'd hoped for. I got to meet a lot of new friends and see some old friends as well. It's hard to pick some photos to share, so here's the link to the entire gallery:

    https://pbase.com/mecrharris/red_river_2021

    Also, my phone doesn't do near as well as a camera so if you look around the usual spots (facebook, flikr, etc) I'm sure you can find far better photos of the event.

    Here are some of my photos:

    Joe Bohannon Models:

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    Blair Kooistra Models:

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    Matt Sugerman Models:

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    Herschel Staton Models:

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    Thomas Kelly Models:

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    Rick Mink Models:

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    Wayne Snyder Models:

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    Devin Jackson Models:

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    Kyle Moody Models:

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    David Shoemaker Models:

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    Joseph Blevins Models:

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    Kevin Reynolds Models:

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    rch TrainBoard Member

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    Part 2

    Steele Craver Models:

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    Tom Greco Models:

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    Kevin Leddy Models:

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    Jacob Damron Models:

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    Dave Dane Models:

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    Some of mine:

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    I left Saturday evening exhausted but on top of the world. Can't wait to do it again next year!
     
  3. Mike VE2TRV

    Mike VE2TRV TrainBoard Member

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    Fantastic!:cool:
     
  4. Mr. Trainiac

    Mr. Trainiac TrainBoard Member

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    RPM meet photos are some of my favorite things. I’m not a member of any club myself, but I really admire the skills of these guys.

    The E B-unit is interesting; I like the builds that include a photo to compare it to. It seems like there were a good variety of models on display, but the one I would like to have the most would be those cranes. They would make a pretty good flatcar load.
     
  5. gjslsffan

    gjslsffan Staff Member

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    Thanks Ryan... Fantastical!
     
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    rch TrainBoard Member

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    I think Jacob worked on that E7B for 8 or 9 years. It was cool to see it evolve over time.

    Thomas' crane models look good in photos, but they are even better in person.
     
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  7. Shortround

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    All are great. Thanks for sharing. The one I almost want is the steamer. Only as a wood burner in HO.
     

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