handyandy posted:

What a day this was...

The Great Thanksgiving Day Disaster (2016)! The Copper Cannonball laid over on her side! Oh the humanity of it all!

I think I now where the  former engineer of the Copper Cannonball is now....

 

PTDC0003

Dave

 

 

 

Saving Tinplate One Piece at a Time

Steamer posted:
handyandy posted:

What a day this was...

The Great Thanksgiving Day Disaster (2016)! The Copper Cannonball laid over on her side! Oh the humanity of it all!

I think I now where the  former engineer of the Copper Cannonball is now....

 

PTDC0003

Oh the humanity of it all!

Andy

 

When they were passing out brains, I thought they said trains and I asked for a slow one.

briansilvermustang posted:

twin bridges looking really good !!

Thanks a lot, Briansilvermustang. Those bridges were my first attempt at weathering simple toy Lionel bridges, and the result motivated me to dedicate a whole corner project (which will continue to be shown in subsequent photos) to their use, well beyond what I had originally envisioned and planned for them.

FrankM

PS. Thanks, also, for the several "Likes".

P.P.S. My Thanks, also, to mjrodg3n88 and BAR GO7#63, for the "Likes".

AAAA

Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge has limits.     Dr. W.Dyer

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Moonson posted:

Twin Bridges project, cont.IMG_4991

I really like the detail you put into this, it looks very realistic to me! I hope that Ivy isn't poison!

And as the sunset faded, I spoke to the faintest first starlight.
And I said next time, Next time, We'll get it right!
Diverging Clear posted:
Moonson posted:

Twin Bridges project, cont.IMG_4991

I really like the detail you put into this, it looks very realistic to me! I hope that Ivy isn't poison!

Diverging Clear, Thanks for your positive feedback. I appreciate it. All those products, including the suspect ivy, and the gravels, pylons, walls, and the "water" (produced by assiduously following the instructions for combining the ingredients and taking some  liberties with the dyes) were purchased from Jim Elster's Scenic Express.

FrankM

Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge has limits.     Dr. W.Dyer

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