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ho model RR salvage yard; blast furnace too
Topic Started: Jan 6 2013, 10:54 PM (3,737 Views)
tomcd62
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Here's some of model train layout. It's just one giant model Posted ImagePosted ImagePosted Image
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B) :))) :))) :)))
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Has this been in Model Railroad Magazine?
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jsm fant fant
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jsm fbr wnw That is some serious work. You got a small fortune just in junk cars there. :))) :))) :)))
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No USMC 5 never been in a model magazine, maybe someday, I bought most of the cars , and everything else for that matter, really cheap at a train show that is held almost every month in the Chicago area, If you look close a lot of the cars are the same, I have cut them up trading front ends to make them different
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Wow, that quality level should surely be photographed for Model Railroad magazine.
I use to do all N scale stuff but now have no place for any of it.
If I did anything now it would be a narrow shelf layout and not even functional. I hope to do it again sometime and get my sons involved with it. Right now they are just too young. So we go to a yearly show in Atlanta instead.
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thanks USMC E5, I always thought that modeling was sort of dyeing hobby, then you get connected to sites like this and see differently, wish I could pass it along to some one and tried but my daughter , now 25, just didn't get it ,LOL, tom
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