Hey it's WEEKEND photo time 10/11/12 Aug

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Steve B

Firefighter
class 57 connecting to a dead 37
no sound fitted yet so GP20 below was pretending to be a 57

and what it should sound like once the sound chips fitted

and the 57 out in the sun sporting it's new details and nameplates
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the etched nameplates finnish it off very nice
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and the 37 got snowploughs, hoses and coupleer
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grove den

naturally natural trees
great pictures

Great pictures everybody, as usual!
SteveB:
how many of the tree's have you done, last I heard you had hundreds to go.
Yip! 150 ready..300 to go ( again 45 frames ready to be "sawdusted"and painted after that
Josh:How small are the small parts you ad to your diesels? I have no idea ..they must be very very small.....
John: I love the way you made the backyards and how you solved the "problem" with the yellow bike!!
 
Too hot to handle

Steve B Your 57 looks stunning !


Its been too sunny and hot in the conservatory, on the few occasions Ive been at home this weekend, to be inside so I had an hour in the garden..

I picked up a small tripod on Saturday morning and thought I would try it out for pictures and video.

First the pictures

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and the video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kq_QjMsGUks

John
RJR
 

Steve B

Firefighter
Chears John, it took a six foot dive tonight, just a tiny scratch on the roof and a broken windscreen, lucky i got a first great western 57 body only for spares, going to re paint the FGW soon, maybe BR blue, should be great. never noticed last time the twenty has the tablet/token catcher on the cab side
 

rhoward

S.L.O.&W. Trainman
Some fantastic photos here as usual! I always look forward to seeing what all of you have been up to. I have been assembling a Branchline laser cut house this week. Here it is assembled, painted and being tested on the layout. I am going to have to modify the terrain a bit to have it look right. Not a problem... That's why I built the kit before finishing the scenery. ;) :D It will become Miller's Bed and Breakfast. That's my sister the Rev. Miller sitting on the porch.

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Yesterday and today I worked on the scenery by the industries at Hopewell Junction. Still quite a bit to complete but it is coming together little by little.

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Here is an overview of the area:

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Im a bit late... I always hate how my pics come out... they dont seem to compare to the ones from ya'll...
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