NY Harbor Belt

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JR59

Member
Hello Friends

I would like to show my little Switching Layout build from Alexander Loesch in Germany. Here are his progress pictures witch show the first stages. Alexander then changed the look several times until he was pleased.

http://www.frankenmodell.de/nyharborbeltmai08.html
http://www.frankenmodell.de/nyharborbeltjan09.html
http://www.frankenmodell.de/nyharborbeltfeb09.html
http://www.frankenmodell.de/nyharborbeltsep09.html

I've took some pictures with different Stuff to show that the Background Building can be used no matter witch time frame.

SP_Switcher_2.jpg


SP_1.jpg


Norflolk_1.jpg


Milwaukee_1.jpg


CNW_2.jpg


UPY_1.jpg


CN_CAR_blue.jpg


SP_RS_3_2000.jpg


Trackmobile_1_2000.jpg
 

IronBeltKen

Lazy Daydreamer
I could only dream of ever having anything of mine look that close to perfect!:D

In the 3rd photo from the top, I see you have a dry-bulk semitrailer rig. I've never seen anything like that in any catalogs, and it would be an absolute bear to scratchbuild because of all the irregular curves. I need a few of those for my cement distributor. Is that model affordable to the "common man"?
 

Cjcrescent

Master Mechanic
Sweet, JR! Tell me about the Alco, #5500. Who made the model? Who detailed it? Even though my layout is mostly steam, I just love those old Alco's!
 

swiggy

Member
surreal detailing!!!!!!! The rust on the locos and cars is ABSOLUTELY amazing!!!! maybe one day I'll be that good. keep the pics coming!!!!!
 
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Photogdad

Guest
Great looking photos there. Detail is excellent. Didn't know NS had Gensets though
 

JR59

Member
The SP 5500 is a Overland Brass Model, it's detailed out of the Box but weathered by Tom Mann.

Sweet, JR! Tell me about the Alco, #5500. Who made the model? Who detailed it? Even though my layout is mostly steam, I just love those old Alco's!
 




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