Congrats Santiago, on your fine craftsmanship on those E-units and a well-deserved cover and feature article!
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Great! Always enjoy seeing his work.
Nice to see his work there!
@John A posted:
What caught my eye immediately was the apparent clean/dirty area on the nose where the worker is cleaning! Also, look for one of our other member’s bridge project in an upcoming issue- can’t wait! JohnA
Wow, missed that. I thought I caught what looked like a dirty E with a clean nose, and I noticed the brush, but got caught up in the detail of the brush and the bucket and wondering where you buy such accessories... totally missed the clean/dirty line!
What caught my eye at the train store (The Original Whistle Stop in Pasadena CA), among the dozens of other magazines, was that distrinctive E nose sticking out from the wash rack - a wash rack that I have commented on with envy many times!
Great photo! Great Cover
yes! Kudos on another great composition!
OST is a White River Publication focused on 2-rail.
Very, very nice. 👍
Mark in Oregon
Jay and everyone, thank you for bringing this to the forum’s attention. I’m waiting for my copy to show up, I can’t wait. At any rate, I’m glad the work is appreciated. Thanks again!
That is a great magazine. They do not remind you when your subscription lapses, so circulation is fairly low.
Santiago does superb work. Glad they are featuring him. Now we need an issue devoted to Erik. Then to Jefferson.
Santiago, I knew right away at my mailbox the cover was all yours!
Fantastic work as usual!
Santiago you are so deserving of the front cover. Congratulations
Santiago- Very deserving. I think we're all in agreement, your work is incredible.
leapinlarry: My local Barnes & Noble bookstore (Camp Hill, PA) carries O Scale Trains...perhaps all or most locations do.