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 Posted: Sun Nov 4th, 2012 09:57 pm
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Nortonville Phil
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Check out how much this blue Volga sedan looks like a studebaker.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X80o6y3TCGQ&feature=related



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 Posted: Sun Nov 4th, 2012 10:00 pm
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I wonder... Do people model Russian railroads? I mean people outside of Russia, of course.

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 Posted: Mon Nov 5th, 2012 12:01 am
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Well, I don't plan on modeling any Russian railroads any time soon ... but this Russian narrow gauge critter is high up on my "to do" (one day!) list.  It just really, really looks the part of a NG critter to me! :)

As to modeling Russian railroads ... first, a brief side-trip ... I had the pleasure of living in Colorado for 9 years.  No photographs or videos could have really prepared me for that experience.  Only being there gave (some) sense of perspective on the vastness of the blue sky and the never-ending discoveries to be made in the mountains.  Don't think I could model any far-off places until I had at least been for a visit ... and the wish-list of places to go far exceeds the budget ... so maybe I'll just have to settle for sitting here and building critters from around the world as time allows. :cool:



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 Posted: Mon Nov 5th, 2012 11:52 am
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You know what's interesting about the engine? It's the ditch lights. American Locomotive companys must have got that idea from the Russians. (G,D, & R )

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