Those paint bottles really let you know just how small this all is!
That chassis is pretty slick!
Do you have a link>? I can't seem to find these.
Hey sorry you had to re-build, but dang that looks good!
HA! at least you got a bunch of juicy new info.
I was hoping they would sell those joiners. Even in N I used to cut the joiners in half so they didn't look so bulky. Now I can just buy these.
Did Robert tell you guys about the time he made popcorn? :LOL:
How did you stuff a motor under that? I thought it stood up vertical and the stock cab helped hide it.
Looks like 6 different smokestacks.
Geez I just looked at the Rokuhan TT stock photo and compared to yours they look nothing alike. It looks like you also buried the rails down a...
And after you get the image it may not be North pointing up. Sometime you have to really study the photo to get just what it is and rotate as needed.
Looks like they installed the turn table arch a little off to the side : )
After I go here:
Type in "Lester WA"...
Being in Ohio I know nothing about this area. But when you posted the Lester Depot photos and told of the ghost town I just had to look it up. So...
Amazing how much Z can fit in 2x4'.
BTW Getting these from here:
It can be hit or miss. There are a few for each year, but some aren't as clear....
The first photo was from 7/28/54. Here is another from 9/4/57[ATTACH]
Robert, From the USGS site. Here is Lester in 1954, you can make out the roundhouse.[ATTACH]
I still have a tankcar made from your decals!