Weekend Photo Fun 3-16-18-??

Photo Fun this weekend was at the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Quantico, VA. The blue floor almost looks like a lake, perhaps iced over. This was a Lion Chief Plus RS-3 with a cut of coal cars just this morning. I wish I'd noticed this effect before. I'd have removed the plastic shields and taken LOTS of train photos!  

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                               a hazy morning down at the station....

                           getting ready to head out west... ALL ABOARD !

                 here we are leaving Chicago after our station stop...

              later that morning we have a meet with a eastbound train...

             

                        skies cleared up, turned out to be a nice day...

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coach joe posted:

Gilly, how does the model compare with the station as it is today?  I see a visitor's center sign and planters and stone "patios" or walkways.  If  that is how the station looks now visitors won't even have to read the sign to recognize it.

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I'm pretty sure it will instantly be recognized. We will be adding some detail items, people, and tweaking the scenery to make sure things line-up a little better. The clock, for example is one thing that we will be adding. I have an operational battery powered one from Lionel. We'll also install a nice big fluffy tree to the right.

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SouthernMike posted:
nkp4me posted:

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Can we see more of your MTH grainery? What paints did you use?

Hey Mike - Sure. 

I just used Americana craft paints and painted by hand, and gave it a dullcoat when done. It's been several years since I did it, so I don't remember what all colors I used, but a couple shades of brown, sand, and grey stone were used. I do remember their being a thread at one time talking about the grainery buildings on the forum, that led me to research it further online, and that led me to what you see.

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Scott

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