Weekend Photo Fun (Hurricane Edition) 10-12-18---??

Putnam Division posted:

York week starts....the original York get-together.....Fall 2000 or Spring 2001....I can't remember

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Peter

Everyone looks so young!  In the front row, between Fred Dole and Jim Barrett, is Eddie G in his mid 70s.  Where is Jim's other hand??  And way in back is twenty-something Peter C.  Think the Lady in Red was one of the magazine's principals - Myron Biggar's daughter Barbara as I recall.  

 

Christopher2035 posted:

Happy Friday!!!
Worked a little on the ballast this week. Also started construction of the farm scene. My daughter Giovanna is obsessed with cows, so I decided to expand the farm a bit so we can add more cows! Moved the coal loader towards the front of the layout too. Working on moving a few other things around this week as well as I try to arrange things to give better photo angles. Going to be traveling in PA for the next 2 weeks, so progress will be held up a bit. 



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Christopher;

Great photos, as always. Could you tell me what steamer is in the pics??? It looks like my 736 that I purchased long ago, in a galaxy far, far away (sometimes called Madison Hardware). The headlight casing on mine also is that funky gray color... I thought that was a mistake.

Thanks.

Paul

Techno-Peasant of the First Order

Provisionary Member - Brotherhood of the Crappy Basement Layout

 

One MTH red Florida East Coast 50' box car with one of the new MTH blue Florida East Coast double-plugged-door box car.

I got the new FEC double-plugged-door box car through Mr. Muffins Trains. 

Back in the 1990's the FEC box cars used to be in trains on the Grand Trunk Western in Michigan. 

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Andrew 

Falcon Service

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                                   A rare find! Weaver MEC N.E. Caboose.

                                           I had to re-paint it correctly...

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                                Now if I  just had a green MTH RS-11 to go with it. 

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Brian, thanks for the parade of EMD demos.  I really like that last one on the flat car.  It looks like it's heading down south.

Johan, can't wait to see what comes next.

Bryan in Ohio, the prison looks great, right down to the exercise yard and razor wire.

 

coach joe posted:

Brian, thanks for the parade of EMD demos.  I really like that last one on the flat car.  It looks like it's heading down south.

 

The EMD GT46AC International model for South America EMDX 4301 is in Chile now, being shown and will be enroute to destination in Brazil soon. EMDX 4302 and 4303 are going directly to Brazil.

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Christopher2035 posted:

Happy Friday!!!
Worked a little on the ballast this week. Also started construction of the farm scene. My daughter Giovanna is obsessed with cows, so I decided to expand the farm a bit so we can add more cows! Moved the coal loader towards the front of the layout too. Working on moving a few other things around this week as well as I try to arrange things to give better photo angles. Going to be traveling in PA for the next 2 weeks, so progress will be held up a bit. 

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NS Dash-9 9527 leads eastbound 20T under the PRR signals at Tipton, PA
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NS Dash-8 8450 (ex CR 757) leads 201 under the new signals at Radford, VA
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N&W 611 stretching her legs at the NCTM with one of the caboose runs
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NS Dash-9 9587 leads 201 through the Pulaski District's namesake town. A keen eye will spot the Erie heritage SD70ACe 3rd out
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Amtrak P42 89 leads the westbound Pennsylvanian out of the Allegheny Tunnel in Gallitzin, PA
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If your daughter loves cows so much maybe you need one of these:

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Port Of Tillamook Bay 101

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-Nick

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RailRide posted:
Putnam Division posted:

York week starts....the original York get-together.....Fall 2000 or Spring 2001....I can't remember

York2000

Peter

And how the get-together has grown

I don't think I've missed one yet--in fact I'm in the back row with the cap

---PCJ

Too bad we don't have a larger photo to make the faces more recognizable. In the picture above I'm sitting in front of you wearing the white shirt.

Below, here are a couple of pictures I took during York in April 2001. Most long time Forumites will recognize these characters and where we are. You can't see me because I'm taking the pictures....HB - Ken

 

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Below, here are a couple of pictures I took during York in April 2001. Most long time Forumites will recognize these characters and where we are. You can't see me because I'm taking the pictures....HB - Ken

 

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This was well before my time but I recognize Barrett and Tony Lash - So must assume that you were ay Tony's facility?

Farmer_Bill posted:
Putnam Division posted:

York week starts....the original York get-together.....Fall 2000 or Spring 2001....I can't remember

York2000

Peter

Everyone looks so young!  In the front row, between Fred Dole and Jim Barrett, is Eddie G in his mid 70s.  Where is Jim's other hand??  And way in back is twenty-something Peter C.  Think the Lady in Red was one of the magazine's principals - Myron Biggar's daughter Barbara as I recall.  

 

Thanks for the kind words, Bill.......but I was more like 47 or 48.......

My son (8 or 9 in this picture) just turned 26 and just got engaged.....where did the tine go?

Peter

OK, the names of the folks in this photo at the fabulous Tony Lash Layout that used to be in Capitol Heights MD are starting from the left:

Tony's son, I believe his name is Duke. If someone has a better answer, let me know.

Next I believe is Carl who used have a "Ho Ho Ho" in his signature line on the Forum. Haven't seen a post from him for a long time. He is from somewhere in the Northern Va, DC/ MD, Balto area. That narrows it down to about 12 million people to choose from! I think he was active in the National Capital Trackers club also. Can't remember his forum name.

Next is Tony.

Last is Bear Owen, forum name "Bearlead". He is still a forum member but hasn't posted for about two years. Bear is a retired airlines pilot from Colorado. He was an early member of the forum and a frequent poster at that time.

The photo was taken on Saturday, ‎April ‎28, ‎2001 several hours after the York TCA meet.P4280026

Ken

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