Weekly Photo Fun
#1
Here's something Doctor Wayne will recognize

[Image: 49898389607_001b05a753_k.jpg]P1400165 (2) by Ed Creechan, on Flickr
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#2
WPMA-17 picks up empties at Peter Lumber.

Bruce

   
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#3
Tourism Arboretum brought this in to attract people.
   
David
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Perth & Exeter Railway Company
Esquesing & Chinguacousy Radial Railway
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#4
Ed, Bruce & David, GREAT pics to start the WPF thread off this week! Applause Applause Icon_e_biggrin

My contribution for this week, Fairbanks Morse TM4 demonstrator...
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#5
Ed - Another awesome steamer.

Bruce - I love the Conrail scenes.

David - That is a very enjoyable shot.

Deano - Great looking demonstrator. I am reading an article in the Anthracite Railroad Historical Society's publication about the Train Masters on the Reading.
Tom
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Ridley Keystone & Mountain Railroad
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#6
Here is a picture of the prototype.


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David
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Perth & Exeter Railway Company
Esquesing & Chinguacousy Radial Railway
In model railroading, there are between six and two hundred ways of performing a given task.
Most modellers can get two of them to work.
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#7
OH MY GOODNESS David!! Eek, thats just to funny Icon_lol Applause Icon_lol Icon_e_biggrin
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#8
Downbound on the Stoney Creek Hill heading to Christophers Landing

[Image: 49904498248_ae87b5920b_k.jpg]P1400180 (3) by Ed Creechan, on Flickr
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#9
Here is a short run by with an Reading MP-15DC leading a couple of propane tankers.

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I was going to do another run by with the express reefers but I did not get around to finishing them. I will work on that run y this coming week.
Tom
Silence is golden but Duct tape is silver
Ridley Keystone & Mountain Railroad
My Rail Images Gallery
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#10
Heading up the Stoney Creek Hill

[Image: 49909158016_ffb633c406_k.jpg]P1400189 (2) by Ed Creechan, on Flickr
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#11
WPMA-17 moved over to AGWAY to pick up an empty lime car and then spotted a box car for bagged feed.

Bruce

   

   
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#12
I tried to add these photos last night, but photobucket was still experiencing "technical difficulties".  Today that continues, so instead of actual photos, you'll need click on the links to see the progress.

I finally got the Mount Forest roundhouse and service area mostly sceniced, with an access road and some ground cover...

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...and some parking space for employees and delivery vehicles...

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I also got the tracks into the roundhouse ballasted with cinders...

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...and some more ground cover in the service area...

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I hope to continue with the scenery work on this aisle of the upper level, and have it mostly "finished" at the corner, where another aisle awaits attention.

Wayne
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#13
Looks like you've been keeping busy Doc---amazing work as always,hope to see it in person one of these days.
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#14
After CNR T4A #4300 was transferred from Western Canada to the Leetown Division she was converted to a coal burner and received a new tender---personally I like the new look.

[Image: 49919698501_e6e7cd1357_k.jpg]P1400210 (3) by Ed Creechan, on Flickr
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