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Well today I brought the digital camera downstairs and visited the old layout. I cleaned some areas and set up some power. With a little imagination and some post photo editing, I think I came away with some pretty cool results.
1) BNSF 1485 leads a local freight around the curve atop Green Summit.
(background and headlights added after the original photo)
Ah! found them again! Nice pic's Drew. I'm especially taken by the background scenery in the first one. Was that taken on a module outside or do you really have a real fantastic backdrop? Thanks for sharing.
Actually that background in the first shot was digitally added. I thought I'd try something different and interesting. I took a picture from google and added it to the scene in my paint program. I wish that was my backdrop.
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