When I was young I was warned to stay away from the graphitti hippos hanging out by tracks.  I always wanted to hear one play the rock.

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Adriatic posted:

When I was young I was warned to stay away from the graphitti hippos hanging out by tracks.  I always wanted to hear one play the rock.

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I would stay away from him, he looks stoned.......😎

Silly?  I got you covered.

Here's my Plasticville Hospital - specializing in plastic surgery.  

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George

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Does Humor Belong In Model Railroading?" :D

I really ate beef chorizo & mole'/adobo; si, me-o' el polo del gondola 

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then I really Weaseled up some orange marmalade & "Creamcheese" CREPES. And ate myself into .... Oblivion    (Rats...No muffin mix and outa that Alch-y the Giraffe brand whipped cream too he muttered as he befuddlingly shook the crumbs from his pink napkin )

Father Vivian Oblivion, shows a tender to his flock.....

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Hay,  if Watermelons fit into O gondolas, Easter would be just that much more interesting too.

 

Some FZ fans might even guess why my little bro's giraffe and Fortescue the giraffe tend to hang around stinkin' up the joint ( bad lactose genes? )

By summers end ...... you'll not believe it; he "operates" now 

 

I chose watching Frank play over my Thanksgiving dinners; he played unpublicized shows in Detroit ("to give thanks") I was always there. One time he peeled potatoes silently for an hour until the "idiots" boo-ed and left.  He said he just wanted to know who his friends were and proceeded to wipe the floor with our jaws. Much of Freak Out & Apostrophe got played,..and a short God/Hilliard imitation too (World's Greatest Sinner movie).

I really did make the dinner and creamcheese pancakes earlier 😁

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Ron, 

I was rooting for "Old 13," glad she won!

 

George,

 A Plasticville plastic surgery, that's brilliant haha!

 

Mike,

I agree, he does look like he's stoned.

 

Bryce

 

They're so light and fluffy white
We'll make a fortune by tonight
They're so light and fluffy brown
They're the finest in the town

GEDC1967

- Fortescue Zappa

Mitch

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As Rob previously posted his Dynamic Duo, I decided that my layout needed them too!

The Caped Crusader and Boy Wonder are scaling the side of the building to capture The Penguin and his crooks.

I have added some “life” to my scene via a sound system which plays a Holiday themed clip from the 60s Batman Series (I plan on doing a review on this sound system in the near future). The last thing I need for this scene is Santa sticking his head out of the window (figure is currently in the post).

 

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 Bryce

 

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Dave,

I have not had scrapple in a long time, now I'm hungry!

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Bryce

I could not find any scrapple today at IGA so I got some liver pudding; it's a Southern thing. It is almost as good as scrapple.

@scale rail posted:

Small part of my Ghost Town. Downtown Deco building. 

Absolutely beautiful work Don! Who is the manufacture of the vehicle in the image? 

 

@PRRMP54 posted:

I could not find any scrapple today at IGA so I got some liver pudding; it's a Southern thing. It is almost as good as scrapple.

John's Sausage has the best liver pudding. Neese's has too much cornmeal if you ask me

 

Bryce

Bryce, I have no idea who made the little flat bed truck. Bought 6 of them at a train meet years ago. Bought them to work a lumber yard. The were very cheap. Don

@PRRMP54 posted:

Unfortunately, Neese's is all that my local IGA carries.

My heart goes out to you Dave. 

@scale rail posted:

Bryce, I have no idea who made the little flat bed truck. Bought 6 of them at a train meet years ago. Bought them to work a lumber yard. The were very cheap. Don

Gotcha, I'll have a look on 'da-Bay, maybe something similar will be there. Also, I would love to see your entire ghost town!

 

Bryce

Bryce, here you go for something different. The old hotel is the only thing that is still open. The speeding car is getting out of town before dark. DonDSC_0225DSC_0211photo 4DSC_0171DSC_0275

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I have added some “life” to my scene via a sound system which plays a Holiday themed clip from the 60s Batman Series (I plan on doing a review on this sound system in the near future). The last thing I need for this scene is Santa sticking his head out of the window (figure is currently in the post).

 Bryce

Keep me posted on your sound system.  I've done a number of them for many of the train manufacturers.  It would be fun to compare notes.  Some are even 16 bit audio.

Lou N

@scale rail posted:

The old hotel is the only thing that is still open. The speeding car is getting out of town before dark.

Don, that looks amazing! I especially love the image with the cemetery in the foreground.  All you need is some ghost hunters haha! 

@Doug W. posted:

Did somebody say Easter

For Peep's sake, I carrot believe its Easter! I become egg-static any time I get the chance to use a pun 

@Lou N posted:

Keep me posted on your sound system.  I've done a number of them for many of the train manufacturers.  It would be fun to compare notes.  Some are even 16 bit audio.

Lou, I don't know if you have hear of this system before: the EZ Sound Box (made by Invite by Voice LLC). Stumbled across it on the forum (before I made an account), I believe the thread had to do with adding sounds to a baseball field? I have not opened one up yet to take a look inside, its on my list of things to do (I finished my spring semester yesterday and now have some free time yay!).

@Bill T posted:

Really huge buckeye nuts

You need to keep the squirrels away Bill. They might eat your railroad's valuable cargo!

 

Bryce

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That's very impressive work!  

George

I love the movie "It's a Mad, Mad. Mad, Mad World". I have a Cinerama 70mm print. For some reason I decided to roll a reel down Main Street in front of the theater. Don't ask me why! I can't project it so why did I buy it in the first place. Crazy I guess!  DonDSC_0011

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As Rob previously posted his Dynamic Duo, I decided that my layout needed them too!

The Caped Crusader and Boy Wonder are scaling the side of the building to capture The Penguin and his crooks.

I have added some “life” to my scene via a sound system which plays a Holiday themed clip from the 60s Batman Series (I plan on doing a review on this sound system in the near future). The last thing I need for this scene is Santa sticking his head out of the window (figure is currently in the post).

 

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Nicely done Bryce!  I like the addition of the Penguin and the soundtrack. You’ll have to post again in December 

Doug W:  Yep, I had one of those digital sound modules in the shack, so you could press a button and hear a section of Grandpa Jones' rendition of "That Good Old Mountain Dew".  The closeup shot I posted IMG_6246didn't show the two hillbillies on the ground chuggin' some squeezins.

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Never let a bear sneak up behind you when hunting.

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@scale rail posted:

I love the movie "It's a Mad, Mad. Mad, Mad World". I have a Cinerama 70mm print. For some reason I decided to roll a reel down Main Street in front of the theater. Don't ask me why! I can't project it so why did I buy it in the first place. Crazy I guess!  DonDSC_0011

That film was one of if not the best comedic films ever made.   They couldn't reproduce a film like that today as it would be sooooooooooo offensive to some folks and more importantly we don't have comic's of that caliber today to do the film.  Many are simply fakes and are terrible actors.

@scale rail posted:

I love the movie "It's a Mad, Mad. Mad, Mad World". I have a Cinerama 70mm print. 

"Its a Mad, Mad. Mad, Mad World" is one of my favorite movies! The $32 question: Do you have the big W on the layout?

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 I had one of those digital sound modules in the shack, so you could press a button and hear a section of Grandpa Jones' rendition of "That Good Old Mountain Dew".  The closeup shot I posted didn't show the two hillbillies on the ground chuggin' some squeezins.

My family introduced me to Grandpa Jones and many other country singers at a very young age. I am an avid fan of "Hee-Haw" and watch it all the time on RFD-TV. "Hey Grandpa, what's for supper?"

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Graffiti vandal slipped and spilled his paint. In a reversal of a more usual scene, women harass construction workers

Brilliant scenes! The vandals gave me good chuckle

 

Bryce

 

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