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Shamus
Crew Chief

Posted - 02/28/2003 :  06:43:55 AM  Show Profile  Visit Shamus's Homepage
Just one entry per person please and make the photo no larger then 100kb if possible. Can be any Model related subject.

PLEASE no questions asked in this thread, if you have questions, please make a NEW thread.

This thread is for photo's and replies to photo's. Thanks a lot

Shamus



Edited by - MikeC on 03/20/2003 09:01:58 AM

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MikeB
Crew Chief

Posted - 02/28/2003 :  1:50:48 PM  Show Profile
I haven't taken many shots yet and my trains are all in boxes at the moment, here though, is one of the few I have taken as my entry for this month.

If it needs a title I'll call it "Night Shift".



MikeB

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MikeB
Crew Chief

Posted - 02/28/2003 :  1:50:48 PM  Show Profile
I haven't taken many shots yet and my trains are all in boxes at the moment, here though, is one of the few I have taken as my entry for this month.

If it needs a title I'll call it "Night Shift".



MikeB

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Eddie Landreth
Fireman

Posted - 03/01/2003 :  02:03:18 AM  Show Profile
Here's my entry for the month. I call it "The Visit".

"The Yard Manager has come to pay a late night visit to the Shop Manager to find out why they're so far behind in getting cars back into service. The Shop Manager explains how they're working around the clock to catch up, as a MoPac GP-7 prepares to pull another car ready for service out of the shop. After the visit you can bet the shop manager is going to have to try to get things moving a little faster in the shop."




Edited by - Eddie Landreth on 03/01/2003 02:04:23 AM

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Eddie Landreth
Fireman

Posted - 03/01/2003 :  02:03:18 AM  Show Profile
Here's my entry for the month. I call it "The Visit".

"The Yard Manager has come to pay a late night visit to the Shop Manager to find out why they're so far behind in getting cars back into service. The Shop Manager explains how they're working around the clock to catch up, as a MoPac GP-7 prepares to pull another car ready for service out of the shop. After the visit you can bet the shop manager is going to have to try to get things moving a little faster in the shop."




Edited by - Eddie Landreth on 03/01/2003 02:04:23 AM

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MikeC
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Posted - 03/03/2003 :  5:01:05 PM  Show Profile
I will enter just a general layout photo.

The OVT&L and the Central Missouri & Southern share trackage along Millers Creek. Here, on a hot July morning, OVT&L work train #2 is heading upgrade toward Piskie's Landing. Let's hope that Clyde McGinty, who's dangling his feet off the pipe and tool car, doesn't fall off into the creek below.




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MikeC
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Posted - 03/03/2003 :  5:01:05 PM  Show Profile
I will enter just a general layout photo.

The OVT&L and the Central Missouri & Southern share trackage along Millers Creek. Here, on a hot July morning, OVT&L work train #2 is heading upgrade toward Piskie's Landing. Let's hope that Clyde McGinty, who's dangling his feet off the pipe and tool car, doesn't fall off into the creek below.




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Shamus
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Posted - 03/04/2003 :  12:27:07 PM  Show Profile  Visit Shamus's Homepage
Well, here's my entry.
Early morning Sunrise, and already the workers are busy getting the logs ready for the next shipment to the Red Fox sawmill.

Shamus








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Shamus
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Posted - 03/04/2003 :  12:27:07 PM  Show Profile  Visit Shamus's Homepage
Well, here's my entry.
Early morning Sunrise, and already the workers are busy getting the logs ready for the next shipment to the Red Fox sawmill.

Shamus








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jimmydeignan
Engine Wiper



Posted - 03/04/2003 :  4:43:24 PM  Show Profile  Visit jimmydeignan's Homepage
okay, I'm not much into photography, but here is my entry anyway. With only 4 entries so far, I think I'm guaranteed an honorable mention! This is taken with my Kodak 2.2 megapixel cheapo camera, with no flash, using just the 48" Fluorescent shop light above it for lighting. Sorry in advance for the awful photoshop smoke out of the loco!



Edited by - jimmydeignan on 03/04/2003 4:44:13 PM

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jimmydeignan
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Posted - 03/04/2003 :  4:43:24 PM  Show Profile  Visit jimmydeignan's Homepage
okay, I'm not much into photography, but here is my entry anyway. With only 4 entries so far, I think I'm guaranteed an honorable mention! This is taken with my Kodak 2.2 megapixel cheapo camera, with no flash, using just the 48" Fluorescent shop light above it for lighting. Sorry in advance for the awful photoshop smoke out of the loco!



Edited by - jimmydeignan on 03/04/2003 4:44:13 PM

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rhomeeyeball
Crew Chief



Posted - 03/08/2003 :  9:33:49 PM  Show Profile
This is my entry for March. I will call it Woodie's.

Thanks
David


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rhomeeyeball
Crew Chief



Posted - 03/08/2003 :  9:33:49 PM  Show Profile
This is my entry for March. I will call it Woodie's.

Thanks
David


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AllenGaspers
Engine Wiper

Posted - 03/12/2003 :  1:00:57 PM  Show Profile  Visit AllenGaspers's Homepage
Here is a picture of a Nebraska Central unit I'm working on:




Edited by - Shamus on 03/16/2003 06:23:48 AM

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AllenGaspers
Engine Wiper

Posted - 03/12/2003 :  1:00:57 PM  Show Profile  Visit AllenGaspers's Homepage
Here is a picture of a Nebraska Central unit I'm working on:




Edited by - Shamus on 03/16/2003 06:23:48 AM

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Drew
Fireman



Posted - 03/14/2003 :  8:54:42 PM  Show Profile
Ok,
Here goes again...




-Drew-

"Life is all the stuff that happened while you were making other plans."

Edited by - Shamus on 03/16/2003 06:26:09 AM

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