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East Tennessee & Western North Carolina RR, Stoney Creek Branch PART TWO
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 Posted: Fri Feb 24th, 2017 01:33 am
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Hi Lee :wave:


Yeah ... I think making garbage is tricky ! ;)


Really fine cigarette-papers are thin & have no 'hair'.


I am wondering about HO scale trash, since it was mentioned by Herb that there was a lack of it on a model.


Tricky though, it could just look WRONG.


I have seen it done quite well in HO on Lance Mindheims Miami layout.


He doesn't have any rabbits though ! :f:


:moose:


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You wanna trash?. Send me your home address and I will send you a few tons!
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 Posted: Fri Feb 24th, 2017 11:06 pm
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I think we need a new Thread in the 'Weathering & Detailing' Forum.


GARBAGE !


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Have you considered tissue paper?  It is very thin and takes stains.



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It is very thin and takes stains

100% true to prototype?

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Check this out: http://mrhpub.com/2017-03-mar/online/html5/?page=164 With this and the upcoming On30 Annual, I’m very happy with the reception my photos have gotten.



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 Posted: Mon Mar 6th, 2017 09:41 pm
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Hi Lee :wave:


It only gets better & better on the Stoney Creek Branch ! :bg:


:moose::moose::moose::moose::moose:


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Thanks, Si, it sure seems like it, doesn't it?
To me, this is very ironic because I’d been out of the hobby for so long when I got back just a few years ago, I had to re-learn everything as the products, techniques and methods used and had completely changed in my absence.
It’s really funny that among some of the people I learned from when I got back, a few are asking me to share my techniques with them, now! And several have asked me how I got into these publications. That’s simple; I have written for several other (mostly historical-related) magazines over the years and have plenty of writing credits. I think so many people in the hobby are scared to put their work out there. The worst that can happen is an editor shoots you down and I’m not the least bit scared of that. This MRH magazine photo was funny, in that the editor saw this shot from a posting I’d made on his forum and asked to use it in his publication. I don’t think that’s ever happened to me before!



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I got this reproduction 1939 poster yesterday in the mail from the Avery County Museum in NC. It dropped right into the Wal-Mart frame I bought this morning with ease, and it was up on the wall in a few minutes. Note the certificate to the lower right, that's an original stock certificate from the Linville River, a ET&WNC subsidiary.



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Ahhh, the "little Linville", I read about in the classic "Mixed Train Daily" by Beebe & Clegg. Punky little 2-6-0's with big old cabs. Wonderful.

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