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 Posted: Thu Mar 6th, 2008 12:07 am
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Woodie,

You're just teasing us. A picture here, a picture there. I can see a road trip in my future... to your house to document the layout.



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 Posted: Thu Mar 6th, 2008 01:32 am
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Yeah, you have been holding out on us.

Now that you have the picture side of things worked out, we will expect many many more pictures.




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 Posted: Thu Mar 6th, 2008 02:14 am
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here's one more for the evening. The buildings shown are modeled after the real thing in Mogollon, NM except that they sit on the other side of the road and don't have the creek directly in front. I need to weather the autos some more, but you get the idea.

        Woodie



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Way to go Woodie!!!

The one that I like best is #3 crossing the "road"


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Heh heh heh...Great shots Woodie!!!

( I knew you could do it! )   :apl:



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 Posted: Fri Mar 14th, 2008 12:14 am
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 Posted: Fri Mar 14th, 2008 01:48 am
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Woodie-

Your Rudy is a lot better looking than the other one (the ex mayor of NYC)!!

Where is the antenna hidden?

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Herb-there are a couple of wires inside the cab, but they ain't the antenna. That antenna is "disguised" as some hose on the bunker. You know, I don't really care about all that cab detail, just how well the thing runs, and Rudy is one of our favorites. The operators will choose this engine over the others-2 shays, 4-4-0, 2-4-0, and Bayer Garratt. I don't know why except little Rudy runs great and never skips a beat or derails! The li-poly battery is under the cab roof, I found that the little loco runs very nicely on 7.4 volts and he can really crawl with just a little juice.

              Woodie



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Cowboys and Indians!!;)

I like that Woodie!:bg: 



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