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 Posted: Sat Sep 14th, 2013 12:34 pm
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Fellers.

I once had a rather largish HO standard gauge model railroad..two years ago it all came down , result of a long deferred and much needed divorce...I am moved to new digs. A model railroad started in the living room , cause I can.
First fotos from this morning.There are construction fotos , I take alot of fotos . These may get in some section later . if thought appripo .



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 Posted: Sat Sep 14th, 2013 12:41 pm
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In the living room, my goodness.  The nearest I ever was to that idea was reading about coffee table layouts in magazines.  I am confined to the basement, although I sometimes sneak upstairs to do repairs on locos, etc.

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 Posted: Sat Sep 14th, 2013 01:12 pm
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Micheal , fellers.

Read the bit about divorce. Not because of the model railroad but I can do the living room now ..because..still trying to figger out how to post fotos.

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 Posted: Sat Sep 14th, 2013 03:42 pm
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" How many times I gotta tell you dear...

...don't leave boxcars all over the table in front of the TV...

...I can't find the remote...

...& you know how I hate to get up "

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HO HO HO ! ! !

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      Fellers..

      If anybody wants to see fotos taken today the link is for the other guys site..where the old tidewater line was displayed.I cannot get this machine to co-operate ..hopefully I can post pitchers here at some point.



      http://model-railroad-hobbyist.com/node/1890?page=21#comment-117010



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       Posted: Sat Sep 14th, 2013 08:52 pm
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      Pix. probs.

      Mmmm ...

      Si.

      I look above ^



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       Posted: Sat Sep 14th, 2013 10:16 pm
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      Charley...
      ...what can I say ? :bow:

      Never figured you for a Class-1 S.P. kinda dude. :shocked:

      Quite a railroad barron ! :cb:

      Thought you was strictly a 4-wheel N.G.er ! :moose:

      The original 'Tidewater' looks A BLAST ! ...
      ... long live MKII, & all who sail in her !

      All the best.

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      Here's a couple of pix. out of 100's...
      ...of loading the 'Tidewater' Terminal-A car-float.

      (I hope that's correct Sir ? :Salute: )

      Just thought I'd put 'em up, as you's got pix. probs. Charley.

      Any copyright-problems; I'll PM you the name of my Lawyer ! (_!_)

      N I C E palm trees; very Miami Vice; cool angles & lighting !

      Enjoy HO fans.













      I liked these ones Charley ...

      ... I'm a big car-float fan !

      & a car-float WITH palm-trees scene ...

      ... well; need I say more.



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       Posted: Sun Sep 15th, 2013 01:00 am
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      Si , Erb' Woodrow , fellers..

      The original "palms tower " lives..and I have more Palm trees..it shall rise from the arshes..in fact the fotos taken today feature the palms tower...the whole thing { Olde Tidalwater} was ..Uum a bit too much..some very nice scenes..sorta big time in a small un workable sense..HUH.you say :Crazy:

      The new is intended to have all the features that were good..none of the acres of table top.with tracks wandering around..not all .but some...was ..etc..I am not short of track to lay out again..I kept about thirty cars..offed huge amounts of stuff..



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