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Joined: Sun Sep 24th, 2006
Location: Arizona USA
Splendid work, Sledhead...I have always loved C-16s, your workmanship is certainly something to be proud of.
Woodie, that little 0-4-0 could run for days on the contents of that tender! Looks like the axe is as the ready to add fuel on the run if need be...
____________________ Verne Niner
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The Estrella & Sonora Grande Railroad
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Joined: Wed Jun 23rd, 2010
Location: Wisconsin USA
Thanks miner, I've always thought the C-16 was one of those "quintessential" narrow gauge locomotives, along with the light two-truck shay and the 0-4-0. I've always wanted one.
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Run Down And Poor Lumber Company
I think your Loco looks great !!!! And there no need to catch up with the rest of us. Your weathering looks great too. But that bike needs a little rust !!! (laughing)
____________________ Ronnie D.
Owner and Builder of The R&P Lumber Company.
I also Build and sell "On30 Logging and Detail Parts on Ebay.
Posted: Fri Aug 19th, 2011 07:05 pm
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Maybe the wrong scale (N) but this is my favourite.
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W C Greene
Excellent work all! Of course I do have to say that Adam's N scale logging line is my favorite...Climax, log cars, and camp cars...I love it!
____________________ It doesn't matter if you win or lose, its' how you rig the game.
Posted: Mon Aug 29th, 2011 09:07 am
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I am quite proud of this one:
It's Dill's Market by American Model Builders, but I adjusted it a bit to fit a small HOn30 layout I am working on ... a salmon cannery. As it is in Alaska, I am also adding this small building of Moose Airlines ... including one of its seaplanes.
I am especially happy with the weathering of the corrugated metal in the front.
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