It's TEAM TRACK TUESDAY January 29, 2019 FINAL WEEKLY EDITION! Sorry to be late with this thread today, however, sometimes work beckons all my attention.
After nearly 2 and one half years of the weekly TEAM TRACK TUESDAY thread, the challenge to create new team track material each week has become too great for me. My ability to come up with new scenes has been pretty much exhausted. Whew!! So with that, I think its time for TTT to come to a close. As they say in show biz " shows open and shows close". Please read on.
I've totally enjoyed viewing scenes by all those who have contributed over the time TTT has run! Members of the OGR Forum are a immensely talented and creative bunch of folks and many of you have made some outstandingly stunning creative contributions over the life of this thread. Mark Dif and Brainsilvermustang have been regulars from almost the start of TTT..... thanks guys!
When I began this thread it was my intention for members to possibly become inspired by the idea of changing team track scenes on their railroads, thus opening up a new dimension and regular rhythm of creative play for all involved. A by - product would be that by sharing our scenes each week on TTT we could inspire one another. I certainly hope this thread has done just that.
Having said the above, if anyone would like to take over starting the TTT thread each week, please feel free to have at it. If not, I will continue this thread on a non-regular periodic basis and call it ON THE TEAM TRACK! ( I'm sure my creative juices will flow again or the Muse will strike or whatever)
Meanwhile my photo this week is of empty team tracks ... as team tracks sometimes are in the real railroad world. Please do go ahead and post any photos of team track operations on your railroad. As always real world railroad team track photos are welcome too! Thanks again for stopping by the TEAM TRACK and perhaps I'll see you on the TEAM TRACK sometime in the not so distant future!
Cheers and Happy Railroading,
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