Railroad Line Forums - The freelance California Railway & Navigation Co
Railroad Line Forums
Username:
Password:
Save Password


Register
Forgot Password?
  Home   Forums   Events Calendar   Sponsors   Support the RRLine   Guestbook   FAQ     Register
Active Topics | Active Polls | Resources | Members | Online Users | Live Chat | Avatar Legend | Search | Statistics
Photo Album | File Lister | File Library
[ Active Members: 6 | Anonymous Members: 1 | Guests: 79 ]  [ Total: 86 ]  [ Newest Member: tx28 ]
 All Forums
 Model Railroad Forums
 Early Rail Forum
 The freelance California Railway & Navigation Co
Previous Page | Next Page
 New Topic |   Reply to Topic | 
Author Previous Topic: Modeling the White Deer & Loganton roster Topic Next Topic: Small Layout Design Help/Challenge - c.1905 Pennsy
Page: of 92

OK Hogger
Crew Chief

Posted - 12/16/2018 :  07:39:42 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Fantastic modeling. Simply exquisite.

Andre



Country: | Posts: 829 Go to Top of Page

Michael Hohn
Fireman



Posted - 12/16/2018 :  08:05:37 AM  Show Profile  Visit Michael Hohn's Homepage  Reply with Quote


“Photos are great seeing things that look odd.”

That’s why you have to PICK the good photos and AXE the ones with odd bits.

In any case, I like your new photos: they show off your dramatic scenery and the mine clinging to the mountainside.

Mike


_______________________________________________________________________________________________
Nobody living can ever stop me, as I go walking that freedom highway -- Woody Guthrie

Country: USA | Posts: 5563 Go to Top of Page

Carl B
Fireman

Premium Member

Posted - 12/16/2018 :  09:03:45 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Excellent work!


Country: USA | Posts: 3555 Go to Top of Page

Frank Palmer
Fireman



Posted - 12/16/2018 :  09:47:24 AM  Show Profile  Visit Frank Palmer's Homepage  Reply with Quote
WOW!

Frank

Country: USA | Posts: 5480 Go to Top of Page

Pennman
Fireman

Premium Member


Posted - 12/16/2018 :  09:50:37 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi Håkan, sorry I have not commented in awhile, I have been kept busy doing 1:1 projects and enjoying retirement.
Your railway is simply amazing and magnificent.
It is coming along very nicely with each new segment. Do you have any overall views of the entire layout that you could share with us?

Rich



Country: USA | Posts: 4224 Go to Top of Page

Bernd
Fireman



Posted - 12/16/2018 :  11:19:00 AM  Show Profile  Visit Bernd's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hi Håkan,

I've popped in once in a while to watch the progress. The Bess Mine scene is beautiful.

Nobody has asked this question yet, so I have to ask. How did they get the horse up there?

Bernd



Country: USA | Posts: 3372 Go to Top of Page

Bill Gill
Fireman



Posted - 12/16/2018 :  11:34:33 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Nobody has asked this question yet, so I have to ask. How did they get the horse up there? Bernd
I think horses can climb UP stairs, if not, there's the crane. :)



Edited by - Bill Gill on 12/16/2018 11:39:29 AM

Country: USA | Posts: 2746 Go to Top of Page

Bernd
Fireman



Posted - 12/16/2018 :  1:40:54 PM  Show Profile  Visit Bernd's Homepage  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Bill Gill

Nobody has asked this question yet, so I have to ask. How did they get the horse up there? Bernd
I think horses can climb UP stairs, if not, there's the crane. :)



I was thinking the same. Let's see how Håkan will explain it.

Bernd



Country: USA | Posts: 3372 Go to Top of Page

deemery
Fireman

Premium Member


Posted - 12/16/2018 :  2:43:33 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I'm pretty sure mules & burros can climb stairs (if there's not too much rise to them.)

dave


Modeling 1890s (because the voices in my head told me to)

Country: USA | Posts: 7946 Go to Top of Page

railman28
Fireman



Posted - 12/16/2018 :  3:17:10 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Many mines had multiple portals. Maybe, this portal was a side shaft to be convenient to the railroad?

It's only make-believe

Country: USA | Posts: 5326 Go to Top of Page

masonamerican
Fireman



Posted - 12/16/2018 :  4:25:29 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks Andre, Mike, Carl, Frank, Rich, Bernd, Bill, Dave and Bob for the interest and the kind words!

Rich I’ll take some more photos as soon as I can.

Bernd and Bill, not sure how they did it. I think the lifted her up using the gantry .
https://www.lassco.co.uk/lassco-news/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2015/10/HorseinSling.jpg

Happy modeling!
Håkan



Country: Sweden | Posts: 1749 Go to Top of Page

Hawghead
New Hire



Posted - 12/23/2018 :  2:42:48 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Håkan,

Beautiful work on the layout, I've gone through the whole thread and your work is fantastic. Several pages back there was reference made to Jack Works trees. I've searched the internet and can't find anything on them. Any chance you have a link to info about them or the method?

Thanks and again outstanding work.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year,
Scott


There's a prototype for everything.
If you can't make it perfect, make it adjustable.
DCC is not plug and play.

Country: | Posts: 35 Go to Top of Page

ocalicreek
Crew Chief

Posted - 12/23/2018 :  7:40:26 PM  Show Profile  Visit ocalicreek's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hakan,

What a great, compact little scene. It feels complete with all the relevant details in place. Thank you also for showing the smaller scene in the larger context.

Galen


My Train Blog: http://ocalicreek.blogspot.com/

Country: USA | Posts: 634 Go to Top of Page

masonamerican
Fireman



Posted - 12/24/2018 :  03:54:47 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thank you Scott and Galen for the kind words.

Scott, the pine trees was made through a method devised by the renowned modeler Jack Work. He was very active in Model Railroader in the 1960s. I don't know if he was the first with this method but I think it became more widespread after his articles. I have trouble finding any links myself. Basically it is tapering a wooden balsa dowel and adding bark detail. Then color it a brown bark color. Drill holes for branches which are made by sticking small twigs of fern or caspia into the holes. Here is a good description:
http://cs.trains.com/mrr/f/11/t/69465.aspx

I hope it can be of help.

Happy modeling!
Håkan



Country: Sweden | Posts: 1749 Go to Top of Page

deemery
Fireman

Premium Member


Posted - 12/24/2018 :  08:57:25 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Jack Work was one of the big influences on me, I remember his articles in MR. He lived on Vancouver Island, and some of his models are in the BC Logging Museum in Duncan.

dave


Modeling 1890s (because the voices in my head told me to)

Country: USA | Posts: 7946 Go to Top of Page
Page: of 92 Previous Topic: Modeling the White Deer & Loganton roster Topic Next Topic: Small Layout Design Help/Challenge - c.1905 Pennsy  
 New Topic |   Reply to Topic | 
Previous Page | Next Page
Jump To:
Railroad Line Forums © 2000-19 Railroad Line Co. Go To Top Of Page
Steam was generated in 0.58 seconds. Powered By: Snitz Forums 2000