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Thread: Various Screenshots with no particular theme... Part 2020

  1. #601
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    Chuck your teaser shots are amazing and surreal....
    Kevin Kelleher

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    thank you! Hopefully start working east to the "real" Buffalo route
    CG

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    Just got one thing to say Chuck, IMPRESSIVE!
    Steve Burr, PE - Clinton, MD
    Southern Serves the South

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    Impressive indeed, Chuck.

    Those Mohawk propane tank cars caught my eye. Where did those come from?
    (I'm fixing to work on some propane reskins from the sixties...)

    Christopher

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    Thanks!! Those Tankers are a fictitious Propane company that I did in Nscale about 35 years ago and since the cost of HO stuff is extreme for a huge layout.....they are reborn in the sim

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    Impressive indeed, Chuck.

    Those Mohawk propane tank cars caught my eye. Where did those come from?
    (I'm fixing to work on some propane reskins from the sixties...)

    Christopher
    CG

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    I have been tinkering around with Paul Charland's Conn. River route, doing some scenery modifications and thought I would post some recent screen shots taken in Brattleboro.









    Paul

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    Now those are some nice shots there Paul.
    This is territory I know like the back of my hand - I've taken dozens of walks there or in the cemetery up on the hill overlooking. For awhile I drove past twice a week. Too late to see such beautiful B&M power though.
    You could be tromping around in the long grass in those days without having to worry about Lyme disease!
    On the other hand, in those days that area was somewhat marshy.
    Christopher

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    Excellent, Paul!!! That second shot is so real looking!
    Neil

    Here at home, in the railroad mayhem capital of the world.

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    Thanks guys. Still a work in progress.
    Paul

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    Northbound coal train.


    Blargen Fladibble Nohip!

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