What a great vantage point to view a passing freight. Really nice mix of cars including those tank cars on flats. (y)
Wow, that does look in really great shape considering it's age. (y)
Thanks for the kind words Tom!
Bet that made for a very relaxing yet productive day! Like what you did with those building roofs and love the Santa Fe Alco switcher! :cool:
Nice weathering job John! (y)
Great shots! That looks really good in the swoosh scheme. (y):cool:
Actually, I believe that unit was formerly a GP40X which was basically a test...
Thanks for those pics. Really a nice looking station. (y)
I guess I have to say I'm a bit surprised considering the age of this type loco that it is already having zinc rot issues.
Hate to hear that but maybe you can just consider it a practice build and make a new and improved version.
That is indeed a cool perspective! (y)
Wow! Great to see you are home again Keith. like your garden railroad. Makes me wish I had a place for one. :)
Lately, this has been my favorite switcher. :)
Cool video. :cool: I really like your assortment of steam power.
What a great collection of big hooks! (y)
That DD35 turned out great!!!! (y)
Intermodal! From my former layout.
BNSF 8896 taking a break at BNSF's East Thomas yard in Birmingham AL - Early 2000's era
I'm kind of hoping one of these conventions ends up in Atlanta at some point. It's southeast but still east and easy to get to.
So how will this play out, will we see a Santa Fe version from Russell first or an SP version from Bremner? :D
Those coal bins are looking good John. (y)