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    And they say sd40s had long noses lol
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    Hi twinz, I live in Waterloo (which is next door) now, I was born in Kitchener. I model the BNSF Phoenix Sub in Arizona.

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    Default Scxy 1363

    I just finished (well almost finished) my latest GP9, SCXY 1363. Here is a shot of all the St.Croix Valley Railroad engines together. I just need to add an AWW and a little red paint to the 1363 and I'll be happy.

    Here are the prototype engines in case anyone thinks I made them up...

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    Holy crap! Nice freaking job!
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    Holy and crap don't belong in the same sentence! It is a GREAT job!

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    I had to make a double take on the first picture. I thought it was the prototype
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    Beautiful work! I wish I could do that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by absnut View Post
    Week-end additions. First, a former Delaware and Hudson River RR C420, sold to Conrail, then sold to D&H for parts for their fleet but, apparently, determined to be road worthy so, patched and put in service.
    I think you mean Lehigh and Hudson River RR.
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    Nice work Karl, Very nice! I just love the NP paint.
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    Quote Originally Posted by russtrnmn View Post
    I had to make a double take on the first picture. I thought it was the prototype
    Same here , not until I saw the shiny grass at the bottom did I realise these were models.
    As long as I can model in N-scale, I know I'm not old

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    Quote Originally Posted by russtrnmn View Post
    I had to make a double take on the first picture. I thought it was the prototype
    I as well.

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    Got this one earlier in the month, only just got around to posting it now due to other constraints, NS7517 by FVM
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    jpwisc is the master modeller I look up to when I try my hand at projects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ATSF_2099 View Post
    I think you mean Lehigh and Hudson River RR.
    Yes, you are, indeed, correct! I must have had "Delaware" firmly impressed on my brain! LOL Thanks for the heads-up!
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    My two latest locos both undecs painted by brian k (flight2000)
    http://128.173.197.94:443/RRCmov <-streaming video of NS Roanoke Va from Trains.com.

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    My new Kato SD70Ace UP

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    My Kato BNSF Dash 9, she's my baby...



    Sorry for the clutter in the background!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wsorfan4003 View Post
    Sorry for the clutter in the background!!!
    I wonder how many members here are young enough to not know what that green thing hanging on the wall is...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wsorfan4003 View Post
    My Kato BNSF Dash 9, she's my baby...
    Rapido couplers? Nooooooo!

    I don't own any BNSF locos myself, I'm still upset with the paint scheme they chose and refuse to own any, however I do own 5 BN and 3 ATSF locos, including one Santa Fe C44-9W, and I'll say it's a beautiful looking loco.
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