Jul 5, 2019
Fourth of July drag racing...all the cops are at the parade.
From my archives an ex-SP tunnel motor and ex SLSF caboose.
Hope everyone had a great 4th of July weekend.
I have two N scale Bachman 2-8-0 locomotives that were custom painted and decals for Frisco 1332 and 1340. Found photos of the real locomotives at frisco.org Archives. Both saw service on Frisco's Central Division, the area that my layout represents. The models run great and are my favorite locomotives.
Here's the photos of 2-8-0 Frisco 1340. Ft. Smith AR. December 30, 1947, photo by Arthur B. Johnson.
Are you all at the beach ?? ;-)
The water is still cold ?
At least the sea lions prefer to stay out of the water............
So you insist to see some trains on the pictures....?
Fine with me!
ups, still mainly water ;-)
Getting much closer......
...and jumping back to the wide angle view!
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I can handle towboats also.
Amazingly dust free for such a small scale. Superior modeling for sure. I always enjoy your photos.
Sven, amazing simply amazing model work!!!
Love the look and texture of the water its self, and I also love tugboats as well!
WOW, JUST WOW! AMAZING WORK.
Sorry for late post: a G&P RDC headed towards Davidsville, at Broeker Siding....
Thank you so much, everybody !!!!
One more question for all of you;
What do you prefer?
Left or right?
Steam or Diesel?
All. I appreciate viewing imaginative and well crafted models. What you show us definitely fits those categories. Thank you.
$20 on the Mopar!
Definitely! That is unless there's a rat hiding under the hood of that '57. Then all bets are off.
I can contribute one, too:
Still have a hard time realizing this is Z scale. Superb!