SIRT posted:

It's cold..................

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SIRT,  Fabulous! I am so happy to see these scenes of yours again. I saw them some time ago and had wished I had saved every picture, but had not. So seeing these perfect wintery scenes by you again is a joy and a real (pun intended) treat! Fabulous, indeed!

FrankM

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

Boo Man posted:
CNJ #1601 posted:
Boo Man posted:
CNJ #1601 posted:

Boxcars...!!

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Fabulous work weathering and detailing.  

Thank you very much, Bob!

Joe,

I would love to see more of your layout.  Can you post some additional photos?

Thanks,

Bob

Ha!  I’m very flattered Bob, but I don’t have a layout...at least not one that’s worth showing!  What you see in my photos is a diorama that I built to display/photograph my trains and weathering work.  I’ve never had enough space for a layout until recently when we put an addition on our home.  I finally have a new train room and will be building a layout at some point in the not too distant future...or so I hope!

Joe A.

Enjoying this Great Hobby in memory of Dad & Pop...the "original Joe's" responsible for my interest in trains!!

CNJ #1601 posted:
Boo Man posted:
CNJ #1601 posted:
Boo Man posted:
CNJ #1601 posted:

Boxcars...!!

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Fabulous work weathering and detailing.  

Thank you very much, Bob!

Joe,

I would love to see more of your layout.  Can you post some additional photos?

Thanks,

Bob

Ha!  I’m very flattered Bob, but I don’t have a layout...at least not one that’s worth showing!  What you see in my photos is a diorama that I built to display/photograph my trains and weathering work.  I’ve never had enough space for a layout until recently when we put an addition on our home.  I finally have a new train room and will be building a layout at some point in the not too distant future...or so I hope!

Joe, if you don't have space for a layout, what better way to be creative and enjoy the trains than to make dioramas as you have done!

In my little world, I leave this troubled world behind.

CNJ #1601 posted:
Boo Man posted:
CNJ #1601 posted:
Boo Man posted:
CNJ #1601 posted:

Boxcars...!!

DSC_0037

Fabulous work weathering and detailing.  

Thank you very much, Bob!

Joe,

I would love to see more of your layout.  Can you post some additional photos?

Thanks,

Bob

Ha!  I’m very flattered Bob, but I don’t have a layout...at least not one that’s worth showing!  What you see in my photos is a diorama that I built to display/photograph my trains and weathering work.  I’ve never had enough space for a layout until recently when we put an addition on our home.  I finally have a new train room and will be building a layout at some point in the not too distant future...or so I hope!

Joe,

If you do plan on building a layout, I'll definitely be looking forward to seeing your work.  Your diorama work is top notch.  

Bob

I bought this box car and other items at the Tucson Train Show last Friday. Then I took

T100_4203 [2)100_4206 [2) pictures of my purchases for What did you buy lately thread.

I didn't realize this might look cool till after I loaded and viewed it in the computer. Azgary

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Here's some from the "roving photographer"IMG_1733IMG_1753IMG_1791IMG_1786IMG_1775IMG_1798IMG_1804

Also outstanding. Great use of color and light. Also, your figures make you scenes come alive, in the heavenly little world aglow that you've created.

 

In my little world, I leave this troubled world behind.

AZGARY posted:

Train hit's car.  Driver escapes uninjured.  Photo's courtesy of WKRP.    Azgary100_4292 [2)

Nice scene! Always afraid those plastic cars would just crack in half one day, all you need is the fiberglass shred hazmat crew

Thank you, BOBBYD.  The Danbury Mint cars are made of resin. I bought this one for only $2.95 cause of a crack line on the roof. Well when popping it off it's stand, it popped from my hand and onto the tile floor.  Just trying to make lemonade, from a lemon situation.  Azgary 

A couple of shots of a couple of my modules from the 2016 Beltsville Day Festival.

BDF_cowsBDF_pond

Ron

 

TCA, TTOS, NCT, LCCA, PRRT&HS

 

Volunteers don't get paid, not because they are worthless, but because they are priceless!  Author Sherry Anderson

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Arnold D. Cribari posted:

The monuments at Yankee Stadium in October, 1956:

 

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Deep looks like a tough area to play!

It was deep. Most exciting play in baseball used to happen out there: the inside the park homerun. Mantle would hit 450 foot blasts out there that would rattle around the monuments in the field of play while he raced around the bases with his blazing speed.

In my little world, I leave this troubled world behind.

Arnold D. Cribari posted:
BobbyD posted:

Deep looks like a tough area to play!

It was deep. Most exciting play in baseball used to happen out there: the inside the park homerun. Mantle would hit 450 foot blasts out there that would rattle around the monuments in the field of play while he raced around the bases with his blazing speed.

I bet that was something to see. Took a friend to her very first "South Side" game ever in 2016, last game of the season. First pitch was an inside the park home run. She loved the modern Women's rest rooms, ease of entry and exit, the spacious concourses, real parking lots, and that they lost!

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Moonson posted:

Close-ups here-n-there...IMG_0018

FrankM

Moonson,

I love your alley.  Nice and filthy; filled with litter and other garbage.  

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Close-up, it looks even worse, huh.

FrankM

Thank you for the feedback, Boo Man.

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