*** SHARE YOUR MODEL RAILROAD ACTION PHOTOS

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Re: *** SHARE YOUR MODEL RAILROAD ACTION PHOTOS - 2010

Post by HLCX » Wed Feb 03, 2010 6:35 pm

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Re: *** SHARE YOUR MODEL RAILROAD ACTION PHOTOS - 2010

Post by Otto Vondrak » Thu Feb 04, 2010 11:35 am

I dont think I want to be hanging around your layout after dark!
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Re: *** SHARE YOUR MODEL RAILROAD ACTION PHOTOS - 2010

Post by Dallas » Tue Feb 16, 2010 3:20 pm

The grand kids and I are free lance model railroaders. I grew up in Michigan and moved to Oregon 14 years ago. The name of the railroad is 'Michigan Northern Oregon RR'. The layout is in a room 10X12 with an extension in the closet. It is in the 50's with mostly steam engines. Here is the first photo, A load of empties arriving at the Matthew South yard, pulled by a 4-6-2. Tracks in the room were laid first and tested so that we could run the trains. The yard was the first of many stages.
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Re: *** SHARE YOUR MODEL RAILROAD ACTION PHOTOS - 2010

Post by deandremouse » Wed Feb 17, 2010 9:19 am

Spot on work HLCX! thats onee of the greatest layouts (with realism) ive ever seen! :-D
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Re: *** SHARE YOUR MODEL RAILROAD ACTION PHOTOS - 2010

Post by Otto Vondrak » Wed Feb 17, 2010 1:06 pm

Dallas wrote:The grand kids and I are free lance model railroaders. I grew up in Michigan and moved to Oregon 14 years ago. The name of the railroad is 'Michigan Northern Oregon RR'. The layout is in a room 10X12 with an extension in the closet. It is in the 50's with mostly steam engines. Here is the first photo, A load of empties arriving at the Matthew South yard, pulled by a 4-6-2. Tracks in the room were laid first and tested so that we could run the trains. The yard was the first of many stages.
Your yard looks like a busy place! Thanks for sharing, would love to see more pictures in the future!

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Re: *** SHARE YOUR MODEL RAILROAD ACTION PHOTOS - 2010

Post by sullivan1985 » Sun Feb 21, 2010 11:53 pm

Photographed on the NYSME in Carlstadt, NJ. I recently turned one of my Kato EL SD45's into a Conrail patch job. I still need to remove the foot boards. Enjoy!

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Re: *** SHARE YOUR MODEL RAILROAD ACTION PHOTOS - 2010

Post by zablocki22 » Mon Feb 22, 2010 11:10 am

EXCELLENT Michael!

I see in the first photo that the CR B23-7 and the GP38 are getting ready to head back to the HJ&J RR. Nothing like interchange.

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Re: *** SHARE YOUR MODEL RAILROAD ACTION PHOTOS - 2010

Post by Tracer » Sat Apr 17, 2010 9:26 pm

CSX coal train on my layout.
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Re: *** SHARE YOUR MODEL RAILROAD ACTION PHOTOS - 2010

Post by Rick Abramson » Sat Jun 12, 2010 5:03 am

This is a shot of Bridgeport,CT harbor on my HO NYNH&H layout.
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Re: *** SHARE YOUR MODEL RAILROAD ACTION PHOTOS - 2010

Post by Rick Abramson » Sat Jun 12, 2010 5:11 am

Here is a "1930s" shot of EF-1 0105 on a local freight passing tower SS-71 at Devon,CT.
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Re: *** SHARE YOUR MODEL RAILROAD ACTION PHOTOS - 2010

Post by Otto Vondrak » Mon Jun 14, 2010 5:52 pm

Must be nice to go down to your layout room and see the New Haven any time you wish, Rick!

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Re: *** SHARE YOUR MODEL RAILROAD ACTION PHOTOS - 2010

Post by Rick Abramson » Tue Jun 15, 2010 4:39 am

Otto:

In one word, YES!

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Re: *** SHARE YOUR MODEL RAILROAD ACTION PHOTOS - 2010

Post by conrail71 » Fri Jun 25, 2010 10:38 pm

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So, I've had this old HO scale HobbyTown of Boston RS-3 laying around that I built to (loosley) replicate the LV 211 that is part of the collection at the Rochester and Genesee Valley Railroad Museum in Rush, NY for a while when I saw an article in TRP about the 211. It turns out that after she was aquired by Conrail she ran in LV colors for a while as CR 5487. After this time she was rebuilt with an EMD prime mover out of an E-8 at the Dewitt Shops and painted CR Blue and became 9920 or 9930 (I forget which). Since I model early Conrail 5487 was a lock! Fastforward to last weekend and I get this great idea to introduce the two. After shooting, John Redden points out that "5487" is stamped into her frame in the front corner, NEAT!!!
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Re: *** SHARE YOUR MODEL RAILROAD ACTION PHOTOS - 2010

Post by Otto Vondrak » Thu Jul 01, 2010 11:16 am

Holy crap, Mike... how did you do that??? :-D

I hated that article in TRP because they totally ignored the fact that we have preserved and operate that engine on a regular basis...

http://rgvrrm.org/about/railroad/lv211/index.htm

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Re: *** SHARE YOUR MODEL RAILROAD ACTION PHOTOS - 2010

Post by Rick Abramson » Thu Jul 08, 2010 6:01 pm

Here's a shot of the new Rapido NH 8200 series "Black Knights" pulled by Jet 379 on my layout.
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