Yellow provides a nice base color for these decals. Yes, it does need some weathering.
More work with those custom decals by MR!
Just a neat working shot of the CB&W's new hoppers.
New hoppers on display, part 2.
Newly decaled hoppers on display.
The first of several Athearn pulpwood cars customized for the Cedar Branch. I took these cars, painted them green, decaled the sides, then...
I've extended the terrain another three feet and placed Willow Creek. When the glue dries I'll work on the mountain in the background
This is my first attempt at weathering an engine. The top received some soot, the trucks were rusted, mud spray added above the wheels, and the...
The buildings are tentatively placed.
The track side of the diorama.
A diorama for slipping onto the layout.
My first scratch built engine! It's a smooth runner, too!
This is a scratch built engine consisting of an Athearn frame, Spectrum shell, Ernst gearing, can motor, and a LokSound decoder.
An overall shot of the the next six feet of scenery on the Cedar Branch & Western.
roughing in the trestle for Low Gap
A Cedar Branch and Western freight travels through the mountains enroute to Rabbit Hill.
#103 heads east as it crosses Gaskins Creek.
All quiet at the Cedar Branch & Western's interchange with the Mopac at Gaskins Switch. It's 2:00 p.m. and the summer sun is beating down.