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  1. #1
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    Here is another shot from the Richmond, Texas NTRAK module.
    Russell Straw, Sugar Land Route

  2. #2
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    Nice pict, Russell! Looks like a Texas town! [img]graemlins/notworthy.gif[/img] [img]graemlins/notworthy.gif[/img]

  3. #3
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    Every time you post a picture I see new details on that excellent module!

    Ship and travel Santa Fe.....all the way!
    Copyright 2008 Jerry DeBene

  4. #4
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    ELK RIDGE UTAH
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    Well here we go first I thought I would post a pic of my entire layout

    this next one is of my engine shed, signal tower and water tower

    This is of my scratchbuilt sandhouse, which was my first scratchbuilt structure built 18 years ago

    This is a view from the turntable out to the yard

    This last one is for kicks, I am trying to figure out waht to put in the triangular shaped spot on the other side of the road.

  5. #5
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    Feb 2004
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    Chicago, IL
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    Nice module!

    Very Cool Layout!

    Loco1999

  6. #6
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    San Antonio, Texas
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    Belmont Shores Club USS San Pedro, 1:160 scale mine sweeper (I think) by John Pignatali, Los Angeles Maritime Museum.

    Belmont Shores Club is located in the town of San Pedro, CA.

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  7. #7
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    Sydney, Australia, Australia
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    Nelson,

    Great looking layout I especially like the neatness of the room and how it fits nicely in the attic.

    Here are a couple of shots taken for this topic.

    1. 2 Rock Island GP40's about to depart the yard throat.



    2. A lineup of 3 MoPac locomotives a MP15, Sd40 and GP7



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    Nelson:

    Very nice layout.


    Stay cool and run steam.... [img]graemlins/cool.gif[/img]

  9. #9
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    Central NJ-USA
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    Hey !!!!


    EL's new equipment [img]graemlins/222.gif[/img]
    Mike
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    If your addictted to N Scale, just smile & remember, you too are insane! :wink:

  10. #10
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    Sarasota, FL
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    Nelson, nice looking layout. I also like the neatness of the room.
    John Sing
    Sarasota, Florida

    Modeling the Santa Fe's 'Peavine Line' from Ash Fork AZ to Phoenix AZ in the 50's/60's
    http://home.comcast.net/~j.sing

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