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    UP5521: Thank you!

    shebashetan7 and Railwoodman: Great shots guys!


    And now, some more C&O action:












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    A N&W Y6b with a coal train:




















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    NYC action:
















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    Nice photos. Is that leeferr's NYC Commodore on the DLS?

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    Thanks BigBoyBen54! Yes, that’s the one!

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    Oh, this is just... ....THIS IS JUST HORRID!!! I mean, LOOK AT THIS! Seriously, WHEN WILL HUMANITY EVER LEARN NOT TO TOY WITH THE FIELDS OF MOTHER NATURE AND FATHER SCIENCE?!

    Everybody knows that Mr. Grumpybuns (The boi with his big mouth open) just HATES IT when that damn ALCO whistle shrieks through his jungle... AND ESPECIALLY DURING MEAL HUNTIN' TIME TOO!
    ...Well, at least Ralphie seems to be okay with it...
    Honestly, give that Rex a little respect and some peace and quiet, will ya?!

    Yeah, I know, not necessarily in the US, but at least it's ALCO, that's what it matters, huh?

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    cmoehrle:
    This made me think of a segment from a VHS tape I saw as a kid (I think it was called I Love Toy Trains?) where they had dinosaur figures placed around an O-gauge layout and riding around in gondola cars. I remember that VHS tape was one of the ones that got me interested in model railroading along with Pentrex's Sierra Pacific Lines VHS. Good memories...

    BigBoyBen54:
    Nice shots! I like the foggy atmosphere you have going there.

    And now, some shots from the Timber Ridge 2021 Std Gauge route:





















    More to come...

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    Really neat shots, Ericmp. It shows off the route nicely.

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    The crew of #192 was really hoping the weather would break leaving out of Winchester, but no luck. In fact it the rain seems to be getting worse.

    By the time the crew is coming through Clay City the brakeman is already bitterly looking for his rain gear as the next stop will be the icing platform at Stanton.







    Now here in Stanton at the icing platforms. The poor brakeman thinks, great, not only cold, but wet too as he climbs the reefers to open the hatches.





    Dave

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    WVRR "Tonopah" #30 drags a string of freight into the approach to Ironton.


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    Heinrich505:
    Thank you! It's a great route, likely one of my new favourites. And nice shot!

    Thai1On:
    Nice shots, and I liked the story you added!

    daylightrain:
    That's an impressive steamer you're showing off there! Looks fantastic!


    More Timber Ridge:




















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    Ericmp,
    Thanks for the compliment. Always appreciated.

    Your shots of Timber Ridge really show off some of the strongest points for the route, those being the long vistas and a real sense of distance being traveled. Your use of dramatic sky and deep shadows is very impressive. Nicely done.

    Heinrich505

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    Thanks Heinrich505, very much appreciated! I definitely agree with those being the strongest points of the route. I think one could get lost for hours inside it, there's just that much to explore and my shots only really scratch the surface of what's included.

    Cheers,
    ericmp
    Last edited by ericmp; June 15th, 2021 at 06:44 PM.

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