Wow, I was just reading Joes article in run 326 New Identity, which is so well written with beautiful pictures and a great description, and looked over at the OGR Page and saw Allan Millers thread indicating the Joe had passed away. This is so sad, I loved reading his articles and seeing pictures of his really nice train layout. Rest In Peace as you will be missed by many model railroaders, we send prayers and condolences to his family and friends. God Bless. Thank you Allan for sharing this information.
When it comes to creating buildings and structures from scratch, Joe was one of those amazing people who could think "3 dimensionally". How does one do that? It must be a God-given talent.
Joe was the one who introduced me to the local model railroader club. We met completely by accident.
When I received my copy of O Gauge Railroading I received his copy as well. Instead of chucking his copy back in the mailbox, I decided to drop it off at his house. I remember he was working on a refinery in his garage the day we met and was completely blown away by his artistry. And make no mistake....his creations were artistry. Strange how paths can cross.
May God already have welcomed you into His abode. Rest in Peace Joe Fauty, Rest in Peace......
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