SouthernMike posted:

Jerrman, that produce building is awesome! 

You are so right, Southernmike. I just checked it out.

SouthernMike posted:

Jerrman, that produce building is awesome! 

Thanks SouthernMike (and Arnold). That one is a BarMills structure kit. One of Art’s best, I think. Pretty detailed but as usual, great instructions. 

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Patrick, how can you make your Little People  work so hard on Easter Sunday! LOL, Happy Easter

 

Jerrman posted:

... guys fixing things...

Those '50s British sports cars sure did require a lot of repairs. Ask me how I know! And the Mercedes 300SL gullwing was way above my pay grade. Beautiful work.

MELGAR

Thanks, Melgar. I also know about repairing British sports cars from personal experience (or, at least, my mechanic back then did). That Mercedes is still above my pay grade. Oh, wait, I no longer have a pay grade . Oh, well. 

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Patrick,

That first photo of the kids playing by the tracks just says "childhood" to me. It's a great shot and camera angle.  And your weathering on the hopper and mud-splattered truck is superior.  

Looks like those LP put in a hard day's work today!

Tomlinson Run Railroad

TomlinsonRunRR posted:
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Patrick,

That first photo of the kids playing by the tracks just says "childhood" to me. It's a great shot and camera angle.  And your weathering on the hopper and mud-splattered truck is superior.  

Looks like those LP put in a hard day's work today!

Tomlinson Run Railroad

Tomlinson - thanks so much for your very nice comments about my photos ... and taking the time to do so!!  I like that these photos say things like "childhood" to you.  I often played down near the railroad tracks when I was a kid so they say "childhood to me too".  I'm glad you liked the weathering job on the hopper and the truck too!

Jessica Jones, a nurse, and some random dude (Heroclix) at the passenger station. A $1.50 well spent.

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I really like the creativity in the dog scene!  The deer scene is also very well done.  All of the scenes are but I especially like these 2.

- walt

Arnold D. Cribari posted:

View of my Popsicle Stick Yankee Stadium from the Goodyear Blimp:

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Hi Arnold, I especially enjoy that the path worn by the runners from base-to-base is irregular in shape, appearing to have been worn by happenstance, as in real life. IMO, that's a very nice realistic touch, sir!

FrankM

Frank, I appreciate your compliment very much, but I confess the irregular basepath was not intentional. 

LOL. Arnold

Arnold D. Cribari posted:

Frank, I appreciate your compliment very much, but I confess the irregular basepath was not intentional. 

LOL. Arnold

Well, if ever I were to model a baseball field, yours would be my guide and inspiration, Arnold.

FrankM

Arnold D. Cribari posted:
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Patrick, how can you make your Little People  work so hard on Easter Sunday! LOL, Happy Easter

 

Arnold - I had to pay them triple time!  LOL!!

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Heavens!  For a minute there I thought it was (Team Track) Tuesday!  Patrick, as always, your submissions and attention to detail, weathering, RR operations, and scenery astonish!  But you must say more about what is going on in that last photograph.

(Also, does the Patsburg Board of Health know about that dairy operation?  Looks like they're a front for making bathtub gin !)

Tomlinson Run Railroad

O-gauge Hi-rail layouts with scenic details and people figures in naturalistic  poses are a source of inspiration and a challenge to the imagination of other hobbyists. Although my 19x16-feet L-shaped layout is rather plain by comparison, I added many posed figures to the buildings and action accessories.

My thinking is ... make up for the lack of scenic details with some mini-scenes using figures by WOODLAND SCENICS and MODEL POWER.

Mike M
mottlerm@gmail.com

 

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Heavens!  For a minute there I thought it was (Team Track) Tuesday!  Patrick, as always, your submissions and attention to detail, weathering, RR operations, and scenery astonish!  But you must say more about what is going on in that last photograph.

(Also, does the Patsburg Board of Health know about that dairy operation?  Looks like they're a front for making bathtub gin !)

Tomlinson Run Railroad

Tomlinson Run -  I lost track of this thread so apology for the late reply.   First of all, thanks so very much for your kind words regarding my photos!   As to the bottom photo; Sasquatich ( sp? ) is about to foil the robbery taking place in the rear of a building.   AND .... darn!  Please don't notify the Patsburg Board of Health because you actually figured that operation correctly. :-)   The local mafia needs to make a couple more gin runs before shutting down the operation and moving to another layout :-) 

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