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I recently attended a family get together in Vermont to celebrate my niece’s First Communion. Having 4 nieces and 2 nephews between the ages of 4 and 11, I decided I would bring some turnouts, curves, flextrack, and some equipment just in case there was time to fiddle around.
Here's a recent photo of this weathering project, with an updated high resolution slideshow available courtesy of Flickr:
This is a Micro-trains N Scale 50′ Double Door, Rib Side Boxcar, in the Yreka Western Railroad paint scheme. The road number is YW 25105. It was built August of 1978 by FMC in Portland, OR. It belongs to a fleet of 100, fifty of which were assigned to general service (class XM) while the remainder, including this car, were assigned for use in grain loading (Class XP). The Blue Goose is located
Awesome steam era scene here posted at Shorpy.com...had to share:
I've been on the road as of late, so my modeing has been limited to developing some decals for SLR #2062, and some extras to be used on up coming projects.
Updated January 4th, 2012 at 03:20 PM by Gen