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    Manny, can you use anything from Charlie's album? Cause I found a couple I like, but I'm not sure between these other two and the turn table which ones I want to get. But I was thinking picture 26 which is of two sitchers meeting an inbound coal train and 71 of a big lash up with a manifest train.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iantha_Branch View Post
    Manny, can you use anything from Charlie's album? Cause I found a couple I like, but I'm not sure between these other two and the turn table which ones I want to get. But I was thinking picture 26 which is of two sitchers meeting an inbound coal train and 71 of a big lash up with a manifest train.

    Ethan
    Ethan,

    Charlie has been kind to allow me to use his pictures. If there is a picture you'd like, just give me the number of the photo from his album and I'll do it for you. Also, I'm working on a coonskin only pad, and I'd like to include yours and mine on it. Would you like that?
    Manny
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    New Mouse Pad:

    Rails of Iron...Men of Steel...

    Frisco 77 Mouse Pad.jpg
    Last edited by SAFN SAAP; 03-04-2013 at 10:23 AM.
    Manny
    YesteRRails L.L.C., Owner/Operator
    San Antonio & Aransas Pass Railroad (1884-1925)
    San Antonio, Fredericksburg & Northern Railway (1913-1917)
    "Reflecting the Frisco influence in the railroads of the Texas Hill Country"

  4. #104

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    Manny, you have my full approval to use my Iantha Branch coonskin on your mouse pads.

    Ethan
    Ethan Lawrence
    Founder and CEO of the Iantha Branch.

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    Default Re: FRISCOMOUSEPADS Store Now Online! FRISCO.ORG Mousepads

    Same for me Manny
    I sent a PM back to you, but I don't know if you got it. Please use any of my photos as you see fit.
    Thank You,
    Tom Holley

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    Hello Tom,

    Yes, I got your PM. I did reply. You didn't get it? Hmmm.... I've been noticing some quirks here on the board lately. Maybe I need to give them to Charlie to check out. I'm reviewing your albums right now.
    Manny
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    Manny as info,
    Just checked and no reply from you.
    Thank You,
    Tom Holley

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    Frisco 4-8-4 #4500 "Meteor"

    Frisco 4500 Mouse Pad.jpg
    Manny
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    San Antonio & Aransas Pass Railroad (1884-1925)
    San Antonio, Fredericksburg & Northern Railway (1913-1917)
    "Reflecting the Frisco influence in the railroads of the Texas Hill Country"

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    Manny, I received my mouse pad a week ago. And I have to say. These are VERY nice!!!!! Not only do these pads look excellent!!!!! But are nice and thick, and comfortable. I will be ordering some more in the future!!!!! Again, I'm very please!!!!!!!
    Joel

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    Thanks Manny for setting up the mouse pads. Got several of them in yesterday, really nice. LOL. so nice I don't want to use them, gonna order more. Thanks again.

    Got the Grace and Beauty, SD # 941 "Tried and True, and SLSf caboose # 100.
    Last edited by okrlroads; 03-12-2013 at 04:45 PM. Reason: Added info
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    Quote Originally Posted by SAFN SAAP View Post
    Excellent! Thanks Richard! If anyone has more, please post up. B/W and color are both fine! The more pictures, the better the choice for y'all to select BEST STEAM, DIESEL, AND NON-MOTIVE POWER. There will be three pads designed, and you'll be able to choose your own pad. Keep up the great work!
    Also, if there are any modelers who have represented the Frisco well, and wish to submit their work, please do! If you want a personalized pad made up, I am willing to do them for you.

    This is a lot of fun, and a way I can help my Frisco community.

    Manny
    Well here are a few pictures I have.


    P9100029.JPG P9100033.JPG P9100039.JPG P9100045.JPG

    Also my HO collection is growing ever so slowly..
    Last edited by Mayhem; 03-11-2013 at 11:31 PM.

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    Got my mousepad recently- I am way impressed with how it turned out. Most likely it'll never get used for its original intention, it looks so good.
    Bob Thompson
    Modeling the A&A and Arthur Subs circa 1975-1977
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    Thanks for the accolades. I am so happy that you are satisfied.

    When y'all post up that you got them, would you please mention which pad you bought?

    Thanks!

    Manny
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    Quote Originally Posted by SAFN SAAP View Post
    Thanks for the accolades. I am so happy that you are satisfied.

    When y'all post up that you got them, would you please mention which pad you bought?

    Thanks!

    Manny
    Good idea Manny. I got just one so far, the one called, "Roundhouse"! It's just the start for me. As there is about 10 more I want!!!!!
    Many thanks again Manny!!!!!
    Joel

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    New mousepad: Tom Holley's SD40-2 #956. Should be available in a few hours.

    Tom Holley 956.jpg


    Thank you Tom for sharing this wonder piece of modeling skill and for allowing it to be a mousepad!
    Manny
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    Manny,
    Are you still doing the custom mouse pads? If so, I would like one of my pictures on one. This one to be exact. PICT0001.JPG
    Thanks Joel

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    I am more than happy to do it. Do you have any information as to what train it was? What the cargo was?

    Thanks,

    Manny
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    Quote Originally Posted by SAFN SAAP View Post
    New mousepad: Tom Holley's SD40-2 #956. Should be available in a few hours.
    Thank you Tom for sharing this wonder piece of modeling skill and for allowing it to be a mousepad!
    Wow, thats pretty cool Manny, your most welcome.
    Thank You,
    Tom Holley

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    Manny, all I know about it. Is it's the Claremore local. What BN/ BNSF calls 466. Not sure what the Frisco called it. The cargo would have been/ is mainly tanks for a fertilizer plant, and other car loads for the Port of Catoosa. 2 bay hoppers for a cement plant on Tiger Hill. Plus a few other assorted cars to drop, and pick up along the way to, and from Claremore, Ok.
    That's all I got for you Manny.
    Joel

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    Had to look back a ways to find the link to buy

    http://www.zazzle.com/friscomousepads
    Thank You,
    Tom Holley

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    My apologies for the long delay in getting back to you....

    The Claremore, OK, local is now in the shop.

    Claremore Local

    Claremore Local.jpg
    Manny
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    Very cool!!!!! It looks very, very good!!!! I would say "Thank You" 1,000 times. But I'd rather go buy a few of those right now instead!!!!!
    Thanks again Manny!!!!!!
    Joel

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    You're welcome. If anyone has a request, please let me know. It's too easy to make these up for y'all. Manny
    Manny
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    "Reflecting the Frisco influence in the railroads of the Texas Hill Country"

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