And the tender...
Those are real nice. Reminds me of my Grandfather 's pics from when he helped build railroad bridges.
Here is my UP derrick train. I painted most of the cars myself....
This is a really fun topic, thank you Melgar for starting it.
Nice work by all, customizing, bashing and scratchbuilding al manor of derricks, cranes and MoW equipment.
Jim P that's a wonderful little video. The music goes so well, nice choice. What's the minimum radius on your backwoods equipment? With the side skirts it doesn't look like the trucks can rotate.
Flat at Chesterfield Jct.
Custom crane sounds install.
Fantasy crane tender.
MWB, Can't wait to see those cars detailed. Don
Jim Policastro posted:
Jim and I went to the same school. 17" Williams observation car. John in Lansing, ILL
From my visit to the Depot Museum in Duluth, MN July 4, 2017. This crane is stored outside. There is another inside that I only have close-up details shot from and another that looks like a crane but is actually a log skidder.
More MofW....... Between Canadain and Pampa Texas from around 2004
My Railroads "Big Hook"
Cotton Belt 250 ton "Big Hook" at Pine Buff Arkansas Railroad Museum.