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 Posted: Sun Nov 19th, 2006 12:03 pm
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Hi guys,

I'm having trouble posting more than one photo of my little B&WNGRR to this message, as PhotoBucket and the entire process is new to me.  I thought this would be a good place to post some of the old photos I have of my little 47" x 24" layout that was built as a "hands-on" thing for kids that attend our Thanksgiving weekend train show here in Medford, Oregon.  I'll keep working on the posting of photos if there is any interest.

Enjoy!

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 Posted: Sun Nov 19th, 2006 12:10 pm
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While I cant speak for everyone Rick, I for 1 am always interested in your Work :)

You can do multiple photos simply by inserting photobucket photsos using the 3 balloon icon.

Insert 1 photo using this, hit return add the next photo in the same way.

After all photos are entered hit reply.

I hope this helps !!

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 Posted: Sun Nov 19th, 2006 12:27 pm
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Hey Mr. TilePerson,

I'll give it another shot.  The one is from the opposite end of the small layout, the other just goes to show moonshine and drivin' don't mix.

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 Posted: Sun Nov 19th, 2006 12:41 pm
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Nice Rick, I like the little Mill & the Model A with the cracked windshields a nice touch.

I bet the kids loved it!! :)

 

More, show me more ;)



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 Posted: Sun Nov 19th, 2006 04:56 pm
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Holy smokes Rick!

I did not realize that was yours..I have had a pic of that saved for the longest time...I'm so glad I can give credit for it to you now!!!

My Nephews boys like that a lot and have asked if they could do something similar to get ther feet wet lol.

Great work!! :thumb::thumb:



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 Posted: Sun Nov 19th, 2006 05:31 pm
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Piece of cake!  2 turnouts, 4-5 pieces of Peco flex, a Danby O scale sawmill (really simple to scratch), a sawmill sound unit from ITT Sound (#HQ610), a Shomberg raised tender water tank kit, and some detail parts, trees/bushes and a couple of cheapo trestles.  All built on blue foam. Have them give it a shot.

Rick

sound:  http://www.ittsound.com/hqpage.htm

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 Posted: Sun Nov 19th, 2006 07:21 pm
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Awesome little layout! :thumb: :thumb:



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That is some very nice work. I'd like to see more pictures.

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 Posted: Mon Nov 20th, 2006 12:20 pm
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Hi Bob

The layout isn't really big enough to have tons of pictures that don't duplicate each other.  Here are a couple you might like.  One with me at the trainshow. 

Rick

































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Great pix Rick!

I only had the small overall shot you posted a long time ago.

On a side note....I edited your post so the pictures were not one beside the other.

When you post...after posting a picture, hit the enter button a few times...I usualy hit it 5 times...that gives you a nice space between pics and keeps them from looking like one long one.



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