Would anyone be interested in the "Photography Game" here?
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I know it was insanely popular over at the old site (and much fun), would anyone be interested in doing that here?

If so, I'll start it off here. If not, Mods, just delete this post. :dumb1:

   

Here's an easy one to start us off: Western Pacific, a caboose, and number 430. There's 3 "easy's" to get us going. :train97:
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I was hoping someone would start a thread like this here Goldth thanks Tom

Unfortunately, i dont have anything WP so i cant contribute right now :oops: but i know others do here Goldth
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Trucklover Wrote:I was hoping someone would start a thread like this here Goldth thanks Tom

Unfortunately, i dont have anything WP so i cant contribute right now :oops: but i know others do here Goldth

I know you model modern day, but don't you have at least ONE caboose? Goldth
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Tom, i thought it was a GREAT thread :tada: , but sadly it will be some time before i can join in Cry , i have just over 1,200 pics i have to move to Photobucket Confusedhocked: , and i am on dial-up :| .
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Here's a caboose for you.

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Brian, thats a beautiful picture!!

I had forgotten that it could be WP or a Caboose :oops: but still no Boose pics here, anyways, im looking forward to following this thread again :mrgreen:
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Well I am flattered to see someone wants to continue here. Here is one from 1980
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I see your shot and raise you this...

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Charlie B Wrote:Well I am flattered to see someone wants to continue here.
Charlie

This was a GREAT thread you started Charlie Wink , it SHOULD carry on over to here :tada:
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Charlie B Wrote:Well I am flattered to see someone wants to continue here. Here is one from 1980
Charlie

Why not? That thread was a LOT of FUN! Cheers
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Well that one is a hard one to follow, Metra is somewhat obscure, and what is that thing an F59 or something? Can I just post a passenger pic?

Baltimore & Potomac 117 with business car Marion and Cabin car #1.
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If this doesn't count I'll edit it out...

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I didn't make the rules, but *I* would count it, but only if you'd show off some more pics of that engine some time. I'm a sucker for late 19th century/early 20th century trains. That one really looks like a beaut. While you're at it, I'd LOVE to see that business car more too, I'm also a sucker for business cars.

(I know, demanding aren't I??) :dumb1:
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Puddlejumper Wrote:Well that one is a hard one to follow, Metra is somewhat obscure, and what is that thing an F59 or something? Can I just post a passenger pic?

You're joking, right? You could use Metra, stainless bi-levels, Chicagoland commuters, meets, snow, and, even a toy passenger train.

P.S. - That's an MP36 from Boise, not a F59.
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Puddlejumper Wrote:Well that one is a hard one to follow, Metra is somewhat obscure, and what is that thing an F59 or something? Can I just post a passenger pic?

You're joking, right? You could use Metra, stainless bi-levels, Chicagoland commuters, meets, snow, and, even a toy passenger train.

P.S. - That's an MP36 from Boise, not a F59.

Well I guess I did okay then... :tada:

Tom Wrote:I didn't make the rules, but *I* would count it, but only if you'd show off some more pics of that engine some time. I'm a sucker for late 19th century/early 20th century trains. That one really looks like a beaut. While you're at it, I'd LOVE to see that business car more too, I'm also a sucker for business cars.

(I know, demanding aren't I??) :dumb1:

I'll get some pics up for you in a new thread soon. Thanks for the interest!

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Huh, what are the rules for this? :oops:
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