More from Newburg

Discussion in '4-8-2 Mountain' started by frisco1522, May 9, 2011.

  1. frisco1522

    frisco1522 Staff Member Staff Member

    1522 is turned after arriving from the east with a troop train and is quickly put back to work running eastbound. I have the feeling I have posted these before, but if not enjoy.

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  2. w3hodoug (Doug Hughes RIP 03/24/2021)

    w3hodoug (Doug Hughes RIP 03/24/2021) 2008 Engineer of the Year Supporter

    Your Newburg is almost as smoky as the real one up to '51. Thanks Photoshop.

    I remember mom hanging her wash out to dry in Dixon and having to beat off the ashes prior to '51.
  3. frisco1522

    frisco1522 Staff Member Staff Member

    Wish I knew Photoshop in and out. I oughta take a class in it.
    I see the photos went up in the reverse order that I wanted. Oh well, you get the idea.

    SAFN SAAP Member

    Wow! I really thought that the first picture was the REAL 1522! That's awesome! Great work Don. Very much appreciated!
  5. yardmaster

    yardmaster Administrator Staff Member Administrator Supporter

    Don, they don't look familiar or redundant. I'm glad that you were able to squeeze in a few pics before the roundhouse foreman made you r-u-n-n-o-f-t (for any fans of the movie "O' Brother, Where Art Thou?").

    Thanks for sharing.

    Best Regards,
  6. DanHyde

    DanHyde Member

    Thanks, Don for the great photos. Some where, I know my Dad is smiling!!

    SAFN SAAP Member


    Would you be upset if some of your photo's were used for my desktop background? They are great and I'd love to use them!
  8. frisco1522

    frisco1522 Staff Member Staff Member

    I don't have a problem with you using them. I figure once they are posted on the net anywhere it's open season on them.

    SAFN SAAP Member

    Thank you Don. I appreciate that. I really enjoy your photography skills on top of your modeling. It's breath taking! I figured it was the right thing to do, to ask. Again, thank you much! Keep up the good work and get more coal down!


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