May 19, 2019
Dang that's a beautiful ship!! His work is second to none when it comes to these!!
Have a nice Sunday!
It's all in the details......
Sure would like to have one of those F40PH's though....
Go great with AZL's Superliners.
"The Train Spotting Goose"
Interesting angle of this picture. The guy with the camera must be swimming.........
Perfect timing! I just received this kit in the mail last week. This answers most of my painting thoughts. Very nice job. Jim
you guys modeling skills always amazes me. just perfect Thanks for the photos every body. just amazing
Someone here is an amazing photographer as well!
And someone builds fantastic locos in 1:220 !!!!
Take a walk along the coast line, enjoy the wind in the trees, the sea gulls crying.......
You really don't realize how long the view above is, until you put some ships on the water:
There is even space for an additional tug boat ;-)) !!
... in full length.....
check with the original plan - there are always deviations forced by reality!
Next step, shaping the landscape......
More to report soon,
Sven & Dirk
Looking good, keep us updated!
Will do, Robert!
Stephen Koenig"s CSX Chessie System Heritage Loco is displayed in the Trainini calender 2020 on Dirk's bridge layout (look September):
In the USA too, there are impressive viaducts, as this picture shows. Before a Freight train from open wagons (FR Freudenreich Feinwerktechnik) became a "U-Boat" here GE U30C of the CSX (Gerd Kurz) and an EMD SD70ACe of the Western Maryland in Chessie System nostalgic colors (Basis: Basis AZL) caught. Photo: Dirk Kuhlmann
Excellent work Harold, Gerd, and Dirk!
Dirk is a big fan of the American RDCs.
Here he got one in the middle of nowhere - at least we know it must be B&O territory.......
All the best, Sven
Me too, but the RDC3 with baggage like the NP and GN ran.
Wish AZL woulda' made those versions.
Ah yes! The old Bay Coast railroad from Virginia. This was their last collars before they dissolved.
Man your work is top notch!