Greg Lussier

Beverly Helpers cross Renslow

Beverly Helpers cross Renslow
Greg Lussier, Dec 6, 2006
    • Don Rickle
      Very good pic. I had to look twice to be sure it's a model. With a little more weathering on the models...it would be very hard to tell...nice job.
    • BoxcabE50
      I have a beautiful black and white view a friend caught. Of the real thing, from almost the same place.

      :D

      Boxcab E50
    • Don Rickle
      Sometimes I have to remind myself of just how big the Milwaukee once was.
    • BoxcabE50
      Yup. She was large. Well over 10,000 miles. In 1970, the Milw was the very first true US RR to span four time zones. And the closest to being a real transcontinental. Reaching from Louisville, KY, to the Seattle Portland areas. Plus, in 1975, they did even explore a possibility that would have taken them further east. To at least Pittsburgh! And possibly the east coast. Few people even know this...

      :eek:mg:

      Boxcab E50
    • Don Rickle
      Hey, too bad they didn't buy the Erie Lackawanna in '75.
    • BoxcabE50
      Hmmm. That's an interesting thought. A decent fit, end to end. Of two classic railroads.

      :shade:

      Boxcab E50
    • Chad Cowan
      Outstanding...great scenery and very nice models!
    • BoxcabE50
      My wife has some family, who live in the valley that would be just behind the photographer. So I'm quite familiar with this bridge. He's captured it so perfectly that it's real. WOW.

      Boxcab E50
    • fireball_magee
      Thats sharp!It doesnt look like N scale,I think the only thing that makes it look like a model is the shiny bumper on the container chassis.
    • Mudkip Orange
      Holy crap, I used to drive under that bridge on the way to and from the Gorge.

      Hard to tell it's even a model...
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