I love the 0-5-0 for some switching errors, derailment cleanups. Except during op sessions.
As stated earlier, it is an ambitious project. Nevertheless, I wish you success in building it. I wish I had thst much space!
The Alcohaulic in me is grinning ear to ear. Nice selection!
Kiler work! Welcome back to modeling!
When's the last time you saw one of these?
Switchstand in Columbiana, OH on Youngstown and Southeastern.
What's it mounted in? A bowl?
Great scott! What a layout!
Nice fog shots. I find manual focus is necessary for fog. the camera just cannot figure out what the subject is!
Just a few months south of 42. Been an N scaler since I was 9, loved trains since I can remember. Now that I have a layout, I don't have time to...
"Into the Storm"
Amtrak Empire Builder, led by the heritage unit #130, accelerates from under the Broadway Bridge out of the Minot, ND station...
Looking good! As far as curves and long cars, you can run auto racks and passenger cars on 9" radius curves. They will technically run, but the...
High hood GP30! What a catch!
Alan, does BNSF use the roundhouse for anything anymore? The doors being closed up the way they are makes me think not.
"Getting Underway at Soo Tower"
Westbound grain loads accelerate from the Soo Tower signal past the Amtrak Empire Builder to attack the icy .66%...
I love seeing Deuces. That SD50/60 earlier was a good catch too. Both are getting rarer.
A shot I have wanted to try for a few years, Amtrak eastbound into its station stop from the city Library lawn. Amtrak heritage unit 130 was on...
Eastbound Amtrak train number 8, the Empire Builder, glides past Soo Tower and a waiting grain train to a stop for an on-time arrival in Minot.
Westbound grain loads accelerate from the Soo Tower signal to attack the icy .66% grade to the west.