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Dr Frankendiesel
These were taken with a three megapixel Olympus D550 Zoom and a five megapixel Vivitar 3935.

Something for the Union Pacific fans out there.

This is a work in progress, it still has a long way to go.

Here's about 3/4's of my locomotives.

This one's usually a good draw, the abandoned steamer.

A pair of E7's. Check out the rust on the white one.

One of my GP38-2's. #4099 of the Gateway Western Railway, now owned by KCS.

One of my two SD40-2's. KCS #666, and yes, there's a prototype for it.

One of my two Atlas Interlocking towers.

KCS #4030, a road slug.

There are three shots of this crane car. Look for the flaking rust on the boom.



Here's a car I've been working on. The roof walk has been removed and I'm getting to move the brake wheel down. Look at the peeling paint on the car end.


Fun Lover
Jeffery, the camera is making a lot of diffrence in picture quality and you have a good eye. That said, have you read Bob's photo clinic posted on this site?

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