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MikeC
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Posted - 07/01/2004 :  10:45:00 AM  Show Profile
Well, it's July, and that means vacation and travel season is here. For that reason, we'll have a very simple Gallery theme during July and August: Railroading

Whatever that term means to you, post a photo or two (or even a dozen, if you wish ) showing it. Model railroad photos.... prototype and railfan photos... whatever. Let's see 'em.

As always, please keep your photo contributions to under 80kb in file size and 7" or less in width. Thanks.

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bpate
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Posted - 07/01/2004 :  6:11:32 PM  Show Profile
Here is Class 47 at Derby station in England. The sad thing is I can now tell it is a Class 47! At one stage they all looked the same to me.




Edited by - bpate on 07/01/2004 9:20:51 PM

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bpate
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Posted - 07/01/2004 :  6:11:32 PM  Show Profile
Here is Class 47 at Derby station in England. The sad thing is I can now tell it is a Class 47! At one stage they all looked the same to me.




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hminky
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Posted - 07/01/2004 :  7:45:21 PM  Show Profile  Visit hminky's Homepage
This is what railroading means to me, On30 depicting mainline railroading. No dinky critters, real 1/4" scale narrow gauge.




A Bachmann mogul yet to be transmorgified into the nineteenth century crossing Wagon Road Creek heading into Oil Transfer on the Pacific Coast Air Line Railway.
Hope this counts for Railroading
Harold



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hminky
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Posted - 07/01/2004 :  7:45:21 PM  Show Profile  Visit hminky's Homepage
This is what railroading means to me, On30 depicting mainline railroading. No dinky critters, real 1/4" scale narrow gauge.




A Bachmann mogul yet to be transmorgified into the nineteenth century crossing Wagon Road Creek heading into Oil Transfer on the Pacific Coast Air Line Railway.
Hope this counts for Railroading
Harold



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MikeC
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Posted - 07/01/2004 :  9:36:08 PM  Show Profile
Okay, we're off to a good start already! Very fine photos, Barry and Harold! And welcome to the Gallery, Harold! We hope to see some more of your work.




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MikeC
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Posted - 07/01/2004 :  9:36:08 PM  Show Profile
Okay, we're off to a good start already! Very fine photos, Barry and Harold! And welcome to the Gallery, Harold! We hope to see some more of your work.




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teejay
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Posted - 07/01/2004 :  10:39:19 PM  Show Profile
Great looking layout , Harold , I like the rugged terrain and,of course , your great lokie .

TERRY



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teejay
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Posted - 07/01/2004 :  10:39:19 PM  Show Profile
Great looking layout , Harold , I like the rugged terrain and,of course , your great lokie .

TERRY



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Barry and Harold have gotten us off on the right foot. Nice pictures guys!

Tom
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TomPM
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Barry and Harold have gotten us off on the right foot. Nice pictures guys!

Tom
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My Rail Images Gallery
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ANo10
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Posted - 07/02/2004 :  12:06:49 AM  Show Profile
Barry,

Nice photo. Now what is a Class 47?

Harold,
Love the tilted faulted block of your mountain. Great rockwork. Also the stream's rapids are very realistic.

Thanks to both for sharing.

Jim



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ANo10
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Posted - 07/02/2004 :  12:06:49 AM  Show Profile
Barry,

Nice photo. Now what is a Class 47?

Harold,
Love the tilted faulted block of your mountain. Great rockwork. Also the stream's rapids are very realistic.

Thanks to both for sharing.

Jim



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bpate
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Posted - 07/02/2004 :  03:00:57 AM  Show Profile
quote:
Originally posted by ANo10

Barry,

Nice photo. Now what is a Class 47?

Jim



I think it's the one that came after the Class 46 and before the Class 48! It must be their convention for naming locomotive types. Maybe one of our UK forum members could explain.

Here is a Class 33, which I assume is an older type than a 48.




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bpate
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Posted - 07/02/2004 :  03:00:57 AM  Show Profile
quote:
Originally posted by ANo10

Barry,

Nice photo. Now what is a Class 47?

Jim



I think it's the one that came after the Class 46 and before the Class 48! It must be their convention for naming locomotive types. Maybe one of our UK forum members could explain.

Here is a Class 33, which I assume is an older type than a 48.




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paulbrockatsf
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Posted - 07/02/2004 :  03:41:50 AM  Show Profile

I happened to be able to photograph a Budd Car waiting to cross turntable into roundhouse in Victoria, BC.

Paul




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