JackieJr, Incredible skills, quite beyond modeling skills and well into the realm of artistic planning and artistic vision and execution. Really super! Every inch!

FrankM

P. S. I've never seen this figure. DSCN1051%2520[2%2529 [2)Is it handcrafted?

3-D printed?

Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge has limits.     Dr. W.Dyer

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Moonson posted:

JackieJr, Incredible skills, quite beyond modeling skills and well into the realm of artistic planning and artistic vision and execution. Really super! Every inch!

FrankM

P. S. I've never seen this figure. DSCN1051%2520[2%2529 [2)Is it handcrafted?

3-D printed?

Thank You FrankM            Mighty generous with the compliments! To me a model train layout is an art form to be expressed how ever one's imagination can contrive. Yourself being a great example how skillfully it can be approached.

       The figure is an Arttista piece; #1185 I believe. The diving figure in front where you see legs & feet may confuse the image.      SEE YA!

Here are a few up close IMG_6616IMG_6622IMG_6620IMG_6631IMG_6632IMG_6634IMG_6674IMG_6681IMG_6675IMG_6679IMG_6699photos from in and around Patsburg.

Cheers and Happy Railroading,

Patrick W  

CEO - The Free State Junction Railway 

" Where the music is sweet and the trains always run on time"

Home Office - Patsburg, Maryland 

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Here are a few up close IMG_6616IMG_6622IMG_6620IMG_6631IMG_6632IMG_6634IMG_6674IMG_6681IMG_6675IMG_6679IMG_6699photos from in and around Patsburg.

My unsolicited two cents......

There is a farm south of us where they raise Bison and sell the meat.

https://www.redrunbison.com/

They have about 300 head.  Its an amazing sight when 10 or 20 of them get up a charging head of steam and go for a run.  I wouldn't want to be the guy trying to move just one.  

Lou N

 

                                                               Sweet!  #1529..........................

 

               MTH TANK DOMINO ebay 18 [12)

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Scratch built, yes, but a gift to me.

And my Thanks to these Forum voices for their "Likes" for this weeks station shots: trumptrain; briansilvermustang; delwoodjef; Trussman; gandydancer1950; PRRronbh.

Plus my Thanks to these voices who sent me Likes for the photos I posted for May/10 and 5/17, Thursdays: gandydancer1950; briansilvermustang; CNJ #1601; BAR GP7#63; PRRronbh; Lou N; Trussman; Tyler P; Arnold D. Cribari; RSJB18; delwoodjef; trumptrain; trainsrob; Mayor Magoo.

FrankM.

I take every Like as a smile back at me, so every one counts. Thank You, all, very much, indeed.

briansilvermustang posted:

                GREAT photo Dave !!  awesome scenery !!!  looking good

Reminds me of "Frenda Mine" from late '70's RMC articles.

Andy

 

When they were passing out brains, I thought they said trains and I asked for a slow one.

"IMG_7058IMG_7098IMG_6978IMG_6990IMG_7025IMG_7051IMG_7077IMG_7093IMG_7078IMG_7113Discovery of a bygone treasure ... boys day out exploring the extreme back part of the railroad yard."

Cheers and Happy Railroading,

Patrick W  

CEO - The Free State Junction Railway 

" Where the music is sweet and the trains always run on time"

Home Office - Patsburg, Maryland 

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"IMG_7113Discovery of a bygone treasure ... boys day out exploring the extreme back part of the railroad yard."

Such an adventure......

Over the years I have made two discoveries.  Note:  as an adult.  The first was an NYC S class electric on the scrap line at Apex Smelting.  The second was a PRR B3 rat at the N&SS yard.

How either of these locomotives came to Cleveland for disposal is beyond me.

Lou N

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