Really nice photo. Looks like a motorcycle ad.
Beautiful photo! I would say that your getting that camera figured out pretty quickly.
I’ll get my mojo fired back up. You folks have always been such a great support group for me. I did shine the rails last night and ran a daily mixed.
That area certainly seems to be a hotbed of model railroad activity!
[ATTACH] Very cool stuff and I’m not familiar with that company. I like to modify old Jordan Miniatures kits. Thanks for the links.
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Another museum quality model. Beautiful job from stem to stern.
I don’t know how I missed this thread but that sure is a sweet job of modeling. I expect nothing less from you of course. :)
Wow! That’s looking really nice. Nice paint jobs and decal work.
Nice job on the roof.
That’s awesome! Eye candy for early era guys like me.
K4? What is this decal source you speak of?
Holy smokes! I know just right where that stood! I can remember a loading area made with the same stone just south of , hmmmm, Independence Street...
Museum quality modeling.
Very nice looking train. That would look super realistic in black and white.
I read that Rod Stewart builds kits for his model railroad while on the road and staying in hotels.
Looks fine. Weathering and sunlight makes it hard to get exact orange shades. Who’s to say it’s not perfect.
Most awesome model artistry. I really like the Frisco units.
Wow! That is so cool. 3D printing has really broadened the horizons for model railroading. In my case it’s railroad modeling.
I can’t wait to see...
Here here! There’s no other hobby with the depth of model railroading.
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