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MikeC
Administrator

Premium Member


Posted - 06/01/2003 :  2:01:15 PM  Show Profile
Instead of a contest for June, I thought we'd try a "members' gallery" approach. Post your model, diorama, layout, or prototype photos here.

For the sake of those with dial-up connections or older (slower) computers, please adhere to the following conditions when posting photos:

Photos posted in this thread cannot be larger than 100k and greater than 7" in width. (If you use the Forum's "Attach a File" feature, the software limits photo sizes to 80k. If you are linking from a remote server - such as a personal website - please make sure your photos do not exceed 100k.)

That's it! Thanks!

Help make this an interesting and unique feature!

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matrr
Engine Wiper

Posted - 06/01/2003 :  7:42:42 PM  Show Profile  Visit matrr's Homepage
Look at what we found when we got the door open!
A Shay preserved at a logging museum on Vancouver Island.


Robin
NARA founding member

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matrr
Engine Wiper

Posted - 06/01/2003 :  7:42:42 PM  Show Profile  Visit matrr's Homepage
Look at what we found when we got the door open!
A Shay preserved at a logging museum on Vancouver Island.


Robin
NARA founding member

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Drew
Fireman



Posted - 06/01/2003 :  9:59:12 PM  Show Profile
Here's another onr from my N scale switching layout...This one's been around for awhile now...I just recently started compiling these on CD.

This is onr of the K&I's switchers spotting a reefer at the Leigh Foods plant.



-Drew-

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

Edited by - Drew on 06/01/2003 10:02:15 PM

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Drew
Fireman



Posted - 06/01/2003 :  9:59:12 PM  Show Profile
Here's another onr from my N scale switching layout...This one's been around for awhile now...I just recently started compiling these on CD.

This is onr of the K&I's switchers spotting a reefer at the Leigh Foods plant.



-Drew-

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

Edited by - Drew on 06/01/2003 10:02:15 PM

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Eddie Landreth
Fireman

Posted - 06/02/2003 :  12:09:31 AM  Show Profile
I decided to improve upon the Walther's blast furnace kit some, so added a bunch more ladders and rails to it. The workers can now actually get all the way to the top of the structure to work on it if necessary! Here's a pic of the outcome:



For comparison purposes, here's a pic of the stock kit. As you can see, I added 2 new platforms, and a stairwell to connect them, as well as the safety ladder up to the middle platform:





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Eddie Landreth
Fireman

Posted - 06/02/2003 :  12:09:31 AM  Show Profile
I decided to improve upon the Walther's blast furnace kit some, so added a bunch more ladders and rails to it. The workers can now actually get all the way to the top of the structure to work on it if necessary! Here's a pic of the outcome:



For comparison purposes, here's a pic of the stock kit. As you can see, I added 2 new platforms, and a stairwell to connect them, as well as the safety ladder up to the middle platform:





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Tyson Rayles
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Posted - 06/02/2003 :  12:26:27 PM  Show Profile
A trio of Southern units drifting downgrade toward Tellico Gap




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Tyson Rayles
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Posted - 06/02/2003 :  12:26:27 PM  Show Profile
A trio of Southern units drifting downgrade toward Tellico Gap




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MikeC
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Posted - 06/02/2003 :  3:28:13 PM  Show Profile
I took this one a couple of months ago but never posted it, so I guess it's "new."





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MikeC
Administrator

Premium Member


Posted - 06/02/2003 :  3:28:13 PM  Show Profile
I took this one a couple of months ago but never posted it, so I guess it's "new."





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TomPM
Fireman

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Posted - 06/02/2003 :  11:12:32 PM  Show Profile  Visit TomPM's Homepage  Send TomPM a Yahoo! Message
Since I just finished this New Haven 4-bay hopper tonight I figured I might as well post it here. One note about this car. I broke one of the foot steps when I was assembling the car. I decided to make that corner of the car look like it had some wreck damage. Also the coal load is removable.



And here is the side with the wreck damage.



If anyone is interested in the bill of materials please let me know and I will post it in another topic.


Tom
Jack of All Trades Master of None
Ridley Keystone & Mountain Railroad
My Rail Images Gallery
NARA Member #100

Edited by - TomPM on 06/02/2003 11:14:03 PM

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TomPM
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Posted - 06/02/2003 :  11:12:32 PM  Show Profile  Visit TomPM's Homepage  Send TomPM a Yahoo! Message
Since I just finished this New Haven 4-bay hopper tonight I figured I might as well post it here. One note about this car. I broke one of the foot steps when I was assembling the car. I decided to make that corner of the car look like it had some wreck damage. Also the coal load is removable.



And here is the side with the wreck damage.



If anyone is interested in the bill of materials please let me know and I will post it in another topic.


Tom
Jack of All Trades Master of None
Ridley Keystone & Mountain Railroad
My Rail Images Gallery
NARA Member #100

Edited by - TomPM on 06/02/2003 11:14:03 PM

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Drew
Fireman



Posted - 06/03/2003 :  7:50:54 PM  Show Profile
Another great looking piece of rolling stock, Tom!

OK, Mike, you said there was no limit, so I thought I'd stick in some more...






-Drew-

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

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Drew
Fireman



Posted - 06/03/2003 :  7:50:54 PM  Show Profile
Another great looking piece of rolling stock, Tom!

OK, Mike, you said there was no limit, so I thought I'd stick in some more...






-Drew-

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

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MikeB
Crew Chief

Posted - 06/03/2003 :  11:01:02 PM  Show Profile
I have posted this picture here before but some of you probably haven't seen it.


The Friendly Engineer:



MikeB

Building the first trans-Atlantic Railroad

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