BobB: Thanks for the better view of the bridge. Very nice weathering on the girders, rails, and ties. I have never seen a snow plow like that one (of course, I have never seen any snow plow in life). What did they do push it through and let it peel the snow over to the side? Man, you don't have a stable, but a farm of beauties.Railphotog said:The sun was streaming into my photo room, and I was taking advantage of it by shooting some more photos on my original modules. Here's one I took just a few moments ago:
William: Glad you made it to the forum. Yes, you will have a good time here and if like me, will learn a lot from these guys. William, CJ hasn't seen the Tsunami, but I will tell you that if the diesel is as large as the steam, then it will be very hard to get one in a longhood without a great deal of mod work. Probably will take a big change-out with the weights to have the room needed. The bright side is it is smaller than the DSD150 so if they went in, so will the Tsunami.
KenL: Yup! You got my number all right. My work was heard this weekend.
Did you hear it? Looking at your photos, you have loads of room. You must be ready to burst at the seams to be able and put the fire in the blast furnace.
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