trumptrain posted:
suzukovich posted:

Here's mine TGIF. Not my best but works

 

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I love your winter layout!! Love the videos of your trains moving thru the winter scenes.  What an inspiration for me!!  I've always dreamed of a winter layout and perhaps when I give my a layout a total makeover one day, it will be set in winter .... thanks to YOU!!  Keep those photos and videos coming!! 

Thanks Pat, funny I always enjoy your layout. As for videos. Been meaning to make a new one but  just have had a lot on my plate lately.  School starts in 10 August, thank god!!!!! 

US Army retired

Suncoast Regional Coordinator 

First Florida  Chapter of the MVPA HAZMAT SME(RID,DOD,IATA,ADR,CFR 49)  

 

TedW posted:
suzukovich posted:
TedW posted:

See if this front end works for ya.  

How did you do that?

Sorry for late response. I wish I DID do that. Just searched "steam engine animated gif", and you will get a bunch of them. Copy n paste into your post. I wanted to put one in my signature, but can't size it down. 

And, on an iPad, is hit and miss if it works.  

 

Not to get too far off topic, but this one's kind of exciting

That last one was from a you tube video I belive was a SD90 being delivered in South America 

US Army retired

Suncoast Regional Coordinator 

First Florida  Chapter of the MVPA HAZMAT SME(RID,DOD,IATA,ADR,CFR 49)  

 

PSAP2010 posted:

Suzukovich, tell me about those NP EMD units.  They look just like the ones I used to see when I was a kid here in  western Washington.

 

Larry

Lionel legacy GP-9s converted to kadees.

US Army retired

Suncoast Regional Coordinator 

First Florida  Chapter of the MVPA HAZMAT SME(RID,DOD,IATA,ADR,CFR 49)  

 

fl9turbo2 posted:

IMG_0508Front end Friday 

That really came out great. Like how you incorporated the K Line bridge Pier with creek into the layout.

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Suncoast Regional Coordinator 

First Florida  Chapter of the MVPA HAZMAT SME(RID,DOD,IATA,ADR,CFR 49)  

 

This is a photo of the Frisco local that ran between Oklahoma City and Tulsa Cherokee yard.  The engineer in the photo began as a fireman on the AT&SF in OKC.  He later worked on the CRI&P in El Reno, OK, and the DRG&W firing the Yampa Valley Mail.  All the while, he was waiting for an opening on the Frisco which he obtained about 1977 and has remained to this day as a BNSF engineer.  It was an outstanding experience to work with him.

DTownsend1

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gandydancer1950 posted:

My contribution to Front End Friday.....I may have posted this before but I don't remember, if so.....my apologies.GEDC1797

None necessary.  It's a front end shot of THE "Allegheny".  Who doesn't like that? 

Recent trip to the VMT with my granddaughter.

Rick

PRRT&HS #8473

N&W HS  #5825

State College, PA

"And the sons of Pullman Porters, and the sons of Engineers

   Ride their father's magic carpet made of steel"

    "This train got the disappearing railroad blues"

 

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