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MikeC
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Posted - 10/14/2002 :  10:44:44 AM  Show Profile
We have several modelers here at RR-L who posted photos sometime back. Some of them - Paul Templar, for example - have an international reputation as outstanding modelers and photographers. Others prefer to "toil" away at the hobby out of the limelight. Whichever may be the case, they are fellow Railroad Line Forum members who have chosen to share their work with us. Since a lot of folks don't like digging back through all of the pages and postings to find the photos, I thought I would start this thread and bring some of the pics back to the front. After that, you're on your own to find the rest.


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MikeC
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Posted - 10/14/2002 :  10:45:44 AM  Show Profile
Paul Templar's "Heel Boom"

Climac #8 waiting to depart with a load of logs -- destination -- Badger Creek sawmill.







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Posted - 10/14/2002 :  10:48:01 AM  Show Profile
Tyson Rayles' "Blast from the Past"

1985 the last time Southern spotted a car at Bryson City Coal and Lumber.

Opps, forgot to mention the loco and boxcar are n-scale

29.52 KB





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Posted - 10/14/2002 :  10:49:48 AM  Show Profile
Tyson Rayles' "Blast from the Past - The Color Version"







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Tyson Rayles' "Blast from the Past - The Color Version"







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Posted - 10/14/2002 :  10:51:27 AM  Show Profile
Paul Templar's "Meeting Place"

Climax #8 about coming down grade and passing Heisler #10.

PaulT





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Posted - 10/14/2002 :  10:55:33 AM  Show Profile
MikeC's "OVT & L Tool Caboose"

Here are two photos of a tool caboose I scratchbuilt in HOn3. It's lettered for my Osage Valley Tie & Lumber Co. The structure behind the caboose is also scratchbuilt.











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Posted - 10/14/2002 :  10:57:36 AM  Show Profile
Paul Templar's "Dark of the Night"

Tried an experiment just for fun. Room lights off - train lights on

Paul






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Posted - 10/14/2002 :  11:00:43 AM  Show Profile
Tyson Rayles' "Deep in the Heart of the Smokies"

This is a mix also but only 2 pics were used this time. My n-scale town which you already saw in an other post with a light blue sky backdrop. I think this is a little more dramatic, just wish I could afford a backdrop like this.






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Posted - 10/14/2002 :  11:04:03 AM  Show Profile
Tyson Rayles' "Along the River"

Mixing the real with the model world.







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Posted - 10/14/2002 :  11:06:09 AM  Show Profile
Tyson Rayles' "Working the Pallet Company"

"No Fingers" Nolan the crack brakeman for the Nantahala Midland guides the engineer in for a pick-up at the Macon Pallet Co.







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Posted - 10/14/2002 :  11:12:38 AM  Show Profile
MikeC's "Off to Work"

A short work train is being run up to the OVT&L's millsite in the hills.







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Posted - 10/14/2002 :  11:17:34 AM  Show Profile
MikeB's "The Night Shift"

With thanks to Paul T for the idea. I still have some work to do on the scenery in this area but the night shot hides most of what is missing!







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MikeB's "The Night Shift"

With thanks to Paul T for the idea. I still have some work to do on the scenery in this area but the night shot hides most of what is missing!







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Posted - 10/14/2002 :  11:20:36 AM  Show Profile
Paul Templar's "Sunny Start to the Day"

With the Sun just about ready to light the sky, the workers get ready for a busy day.

Paul






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Posted - 10/14/2002 :  11:22:55 AM  Show Profile
MikeC's "Old Days....and Old Fashioned Ways"

Remember the days of black and white photos and sepia-toned prints?









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