Dec 11, 2015
Here is a rerun photo from a few years ago. Sure miss seeing the old Santa Fe U boats.
Russell, still a nice picture!
With a lot of stuff going on right now, I am posting a new and an old picture of the Strongsville Model Railroad Club layout.
PRR N1s 2-10-2 hauling a coal drag up the mountain!
PRR GP9's with a coal drag with NYC GP40's waiting on the passing track.
See you all later!
The Van Dyke Farm
Checking out some new hardshell:
Beautiful photos, guys!
Russell, that photo almost convinced me that I was in the proto thred!
Late to the site today. Folks, I always endeavor to add a 'new' photo each week. But I have thousands. So, if you notice a same photo once in awhile I apologize, I can't remember them all. Jim
Servicemen heading home on leave for Christmas.
Here's an old photo taken at Greenbrier, MO around 1912.
These photos are all beautiful, you guys do nice work....
Grampy, you brought tears to my eyes. That could have been Anywhere, New England after WW-II, especially with a '50+/- Ford Woody.
C'mon Rick, the Central NEVER had to "wait" for the Pennsy....well, hardly ever.
Grampy, beautiful and heartwarming scene.
But... isn't Mrs. Claus' costume a bit skimpy for the season and location? I sure hope it's heated!
Looks like her tan is from a bottle, too. Lol
Keep 'em coming!
This should be in a magazine. Truly a classic photo! Well done!
Switching the brewery
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(Newly weathered) Bessermer & Lake Erie box car, out west somewhere
Had two trains running around the tree this year...a COKE freight, and the Hogwarts Express chasing Harry and Ron...these are HO scale.
Haven't posted here in a very long time, slowly getting the modeling juices flowing again. Just finished this little diorama.
I'm not being catty, but that girl has bad legs. ..... maybe I am being catty
Well, when you are an old geezer like me, they look pretty good.
I like cats. And Tracy, I really like your modeling work on that diorama.