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||Posted - 11/22/2008 : 02:36:35 AM
I'd like to introduce my tiny electro critters.
First of all, I show the pictures of electro critter No. 4.
I hope you enjoy them.
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|15 L A T E S T R E P L I E S (Newest First)
||Posted - 06/24/2009 : 10:20:32 PM
Great Work Junior, I've always been a fan.
I always wanted to model this bad boy:
If Im not mistaken it is a 600mm gauge "siemens"
it would be fun to see you tackle it.
||Posted - 06/24/2009 : 10:17:29 AM
Junior- thanks for sharing this, and congratulations on your article, too !
Let this be a lesson for all the new hires, like myself- read ALL the threads! There is so much info & inspiration on this site! I had not looked at this one, since I'd decided I wasn't interested in "electric" stuff.
I'm looking forward to more of this- "gimme the juice".....
||Posted - 06/20/2009 : 7:34:24 PM
Junior!!! You have done it again!!! Beautiful!!!!
||Posted - 06/20/2009 : 6:21:11 PM
Originally posted by Junior Yamachi
Always obtaining a comment from you all, I appreciate.
Now, although this mine car is a combination of styrene sheet, Plastruct' angles, channels, rods, plastic nuts and bolts, rivets, etc.
Easy to build.
This ore car looks really great. I have thought about one as a next scratchbuilding project. I have never seen plans for these, does anyone know of at least the basic overall dimensions?
Were plans ever published?
||Posted - 04/23/2009 : 1:28:26 PM
Thank you, Arthur.
||Posted - 04/23/2009 : 02:41:14 AM
I keep forgetting how gorgeous your layout is- also your friend, alex's layout, as well.
I don't mean to change the subject, but had to comment. Now, back to electro critters! Can't have too many of those.
||Posted - 04/22/2009 : 5:02:17 PM
Many thanks, Junior. The model has been subtly modified but keeps the mood of the original one, which in fact, I myself borrowed from plans and photos in a two-part article by John Campbell in the March/Apr and May/June 1998 gazettes about his Rattlesnake Hill diorama.
||Posted - 04/22/2009 : 06:25:55 AM
Frederic and Jan, thank you so much.
At last, I restarted building the mini-layout.
Following pictures show an ore chute installed under the abandoned ore tipple on my mini-layout.
I was allowed to refer to the ore chute on your Lake Itasca Railway and Navigation Company, when making this.
Thank you. Great stuff!
||Posted - 04/19/2009 : 12:33:36 PM
Congratulations on your article I really enjoyed it
||Posted - 04/19/2009 : 11:10:56 AM
I had missed the three last days and there are many good news.
Congratulations for your article, Junior.
I'm glad to see that you resume construction on your mini. The last shot from below, and those in the beginning of the page display very well your fine work.
||Posted - 04/19/2009 : 08:25:22 AM
Thanks Larry and Arthur!
Construction of my On30 mini layout may be resumed soon.
||Posted - 04/17/2009 : 10:25:39 AM
||Posted - 04/17/2009 : 10:05:32 AM
That is an excellent article congratulations.
||Posted - 04/17/2009 : 07:02:42 AM
An article of my electric critters appears on the second issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist Magazine.
Please download and read.
||Posted - 02/16/2009 : 01:15:40 AM
Following pictures show the progress of my micro layout.