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My Dad used "Jack", much like the jerk in Happy Gilmore does 

I can't spell or sew well on a machine 

Stage fright!! 

   I found out winning a ("real") theater lighting award... ..............   ssSooooo many eyes.  

 

MELGAR posted:
Arnold D. Cribari posted:
MELGAR posted:MELGAR_LITTLE_PEOPLE_16

Melgar, that chubby guy has a twin! Here he is at my ballpark sitting in the top row on the right side of the Popsicle stands:

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Looks to me like the same guy. He just likes railroad diner food and baseball in The Bronx! I see that they have already extended the netting in compliance with the new MLB regulation.

MELGAR

 

 

 

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Hmmm.... could this be him stopping along the way after leaving the RR diner and before going to the games ?  ;-)

 

 

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Dan Padova posted:

I'd like to populate my K-Line Fleet of Modernism passenger cars.  Which figures should I look for and where should I buy them ?

Good morning Dan. I am also interested in finding more interesting Little People for my layout.

In reply to your question, I Googled O Scale passengers sitting, and found 100 pieces on eBay for $8.99. I don’t know how good they are, but I would guess that at least 25, perhaps as much as 50 of them would work for you.

I suggest that on the Internet you research Arttista, Woodland Scenics, Bachman, and maybe Oakridge Hobbies and major O Gauge model train retailers like TrainZ to find quality O Scale sitting passengers. 

In the early to mid 1990, when I took my wife and young children to my only trip so far to York, we went to the Choo Choo Barn. It was a highlight of our trip for the whole family to go there. Marvelous layout there. During our visit there, I saw beautiful metal baseball figures in a pretty package with a red ribbon on it for $150, which I think wee made by Kramer Products. The reason I am not 100% sure is that long ago I threw out the box and red ribbon (big mistake).

I have the heart of an operator, not a wise investment minded collector.

Here are my beloved metal baseball figures playing baseball:

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I also have 3 outfielders.

I recently went to a train show and one vendor had beautiful, interesting figures, but they were very expensive so I did not buy any. As an example, he had a nice Dinky metal fork lift, which I already have on my layout, and he wanted $40 for it.

Don’t get me wrong. I will gladly pay a lot for something I love, like buying the $150 baseball figures. But I have to first fall in love with it to pay that much for something like that.

I would consider buying another quality baseball team, especially from Kramer Products, but I could not access their web site and suspect they are out of business. A couple of my figures have broken limbs. LOL.

Good luck hunting for the sitting passengers you are looking for. 

A possible good place to find what you are looking for is at the York train show, but you may find out that the good quality figures are expensive.

Arnold

 

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walt rapp posted:

some scenes from the 2015 Christmas layout.

- walt

Enjoying the food area at the drive-in:

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A July 4th picnic at the community park

I LOVE that Good Humor truck! What was your source? Great looking scenes!

I'm sorry but I don't know - everything is put away and not easily retrieved, else I would dig it out to find out.  Every vehicle that came in a "box" or any sort is still stored in that "box" so it would be easy to tell.  Some came loose though from train shows.

Sorry I couldn't help.

-walt

Arnold D. Cribari posted:
Dan Padova posted:

I'd like to populate my K-Line Fleet of Modernism passenger cars.  Which figures should I look for and where should I buy them ?

Good morning Dan. I am also interested in finding more interesting Little People for my layout.

In reply to your question, I Googled O Scale passengers sitting, and found 100 pieces on eBay for $8.99. I don’t know how good they are, but I would guess that at least 25, perhaps as much as 50 of them would work for you.

I suggest that on the Internet you research Arttista, Woodland Scenics, Bachman, and maybe Oakridge Hobbies and major O Gauge model train retailers like TrainZ to find quality O Scale sitting passengers. 

In the early to mid 1990, when I took my wife and young children to my only trip so far to York, we went to the Choo Choo Barn. It was a highlight of our trip for the whole family to go there. Marvelous layout there. During our visit there, I saw beautiful metal baseball figures in a pretty package with a red ribbon on it for $150, which I think wee made by Kramer Products. The reason I am not 100% sure is that long ago I threw out the box and red ribbon (big mistake).

I have the heart of an operator, not a wise investment minded collector.

Here are my beloved metal baseball figures playing baseball:

FFAF602C-8AD6-4954-9D5F-7EF1F009C177

I also have 3 outfielders.

I recently went to a train show and one vendor had beautiful, interesting figures, but they were very expensive so I did not buy any. As an example, he had a nice Dinky metal fork lift, which I already have on my layout, and he wanted $40 for it.

Don’t get me wrong. I will gladly pay a lot for something I love, like buying the $150 baseball figures. But I have to first fall in love with it to pay that much for something like that.

I would consider buying another quality baseball team, especially from Kramer Products, but I could not access their web site and suspect they are out of business. A couple of my figures have broken limbs. LOL.

Good luck hunting for the sitting passengers you are looking for. 

A possible good place to find what you are looking for is at the York train show, but you may find out that the good quality figures are expensive.

Arnold

 

Arnold, I feel your pain.  In the'80s, when I was into "O" gauge the first time, I bought what I liked.  Other's I knew would only buy collectible trains.  While I may not have realized a profit from my trains, I don't think the other guys did either.  

We have a saying on G Scale Central, "It's my railway and I will run what I like".  

walt rapp posted:
pdxtrains posted:

I LOVE that Good Humor truck! What was your source? Great looking scenes!

I'm sorry but I don't know - everything is put away and not easily retrieved, else I would dig it out to find out.  Every vehicle that came in a "box" or any sort is still stored in that "box" so it would be easy to tell.  Some came loose though from train shows.

Sorry I couldn't help.

-walt

Here are some images of the photos that I took of it when I bought it in 1999 or 2000.  "Die Cast", as shown on the back of the photo, must mean "DieCast Direct" I'm guessing.  Good luck, hope you find one.

- walt

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Adriatic posted:
 

   What's going on below the self portrait, at the firehouse... "boy in the plastic bubble?

From the movie "Despicable Me, " Gru the badguy didn't want to wait on line at the coffer shop.  He used his freeze ray on everyone else so that he was first.   All bad guys must keep their minions happy.  That's where this scene came from.  The fire house is next door.  Thank you for asking.

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  Nice to see you playing with your own railroad again this year

 

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