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MikeC
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Posted - 09/30/2005 :  12:04:04 AM  Show Profile
This is some very good stuff, guys! Please keep it going!

Thanks, Chris, for getting it started.




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extra94
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  01:00:25 AM  Show Profile  Visit extra94's Homepage
Thanks MikeC for helping me re-do my first post.
Here's another shot of my Bachmann Shay, overlayed on a photo of a skihill in my town. I love Photoshop and
have wasted enormous amounts of time fooling around with these dumb pictures




Edited by - extra94 on 10/01/2005 9:17:40 PM

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extra94
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  01:00:25 AM  Show Profile  Visit extra94's Homepage
Thanks MikeC for helping me re-do my first post.
Here's another shot of my Bachmann Shay, overlayed on a photo of a skihill in my town. I love Photoshop and
have wasted enormous amounts of time fooling around with these dumb pictures




Edited by - extra94 on 10/01/2005 9:17:40 PM

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Grabnet
Crew Chief



Posted - 10/01/2005 :  09:13:54 AM  Show Profile
Here is another contribution from East Tennesse. The Federal Safety inspector is checking out the working conditions at the Kittom Mill #1 on the C.S.R.R.. This is most definately the pre-OSHA era.




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Grabnet
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  09:13:54 AM  Show Profile
Here is another contribution from East Tennesse. The Federal Safety inspector is checking out the working conditions at the Kittom Mill #1 on the C.S.R.R.. This is most definately the pre-OSHA era.




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Cigarguy
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  09:24:28 AM  Show Profile
That is a really great scene, Grabnet! Lots of really great detail!

Mike
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Cigarguy
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  09:24:28 AM  Show Profile
That is a really great scene, Grabnet! Lots of really great detail!

Mike
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MikeC
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  10:19:00 AM  Show Profile
I'll add one.

...crossing the long trestle on Millers Creek.






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MikeC
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  10:19:00 AM  Show Profile
I'll add one.

...crossing the long trestle on Millers Creek.






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Grabnet
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  5:47:11 PM  Show Profile
The crew of C.S.R.R. engine #2 heard there was a photographer around and wanted to pose with their best side (belly?) forward.




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Grabnet
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  5:47:11 PM  Show Profile
The crew of C.S.R.R. engine #2 heard there was a photographer around and wanted to pose with their best side (belly?) forward.




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MikeC
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  6:43:04 PM  Show Profile
Grabnet, I checked the coding on your photo upload. The reason the picture is not displaying is the # sign in the photo file's name. Rename your file without the # sign or spaces (for example, ShayNo.2Redone.jpg) and re-upload it to the forum. Then it should be viewable without any problems. The forum software does not allow punctuation marks or other symbols in file names.




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MikeC
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  6:43:04 PM  Show Profile
Grabnet, I checked the coding on your photo upload. The reason the picture is not displaying is the # sign in the photo file's name. Rename your file without the # sign or spaces (for example, ShayNo.2Redone.jpg) and re-upload it to the forum. Then it should be viewable without any problems. The forum software does not allow punctuation marks or other symbols in file names.




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MikeC
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  7:02:46 PM  Show Profile
I thought I should add this about my photo in case anyone noticed the difference in scale sizes. My layout is HO standard gauge. A couple of years ago, however, Walt Gillespie (aka "Rusty Stumps") sent me two of his On30 logging disconnect kits and his On30 Porter with a request that I photograph the disconnects for the ads on his website and in the magazines. After a few moments of head scratching, I decided to pose them on my HO layout. The photo above is one I shot just for fun. For obvious reasons, Walt never used it to advertise his disconnect kits. That fire barrel on the trestle would make - maybe - a nice large spittoon on an O scale layout.




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MikeC
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  7:02:46 PM  Show Profile
I thought I should add this about my photo in case anyone noticed the difference in scale sizes. My layout is HO standard gauge. A couple of years ago, however, Walt Gillespie (aka "Rusty Stumps") sent me two of his On30 logging disconnect kits and his On30 Porter with a request that I photograph the disconnects for the ads on his website and in the magazines. After a few moments of head scratching, I decided to pose them on my HO layout. The photo above is one I shot just for fun. For obvious reasons, Walt never used it to advertise his disconnect kits. That fire barrel on the trestle would make - maybe - a nice large spittoon on an O scale layout.




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