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Weekend Photo Fun - July 10th through July 12th

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Weekend Photo Fun - July 10th through July 12th
Posted by SeeYou190 on Friday, July 10, 2020 12:07 AM

Welcome to Weekend Photo Fun

July 10, 2020 through July 12, 2020

All Are Welcome! 

Here is an opportunity to showcase any recent project or layout progress. 

 


 Please feel free to post any model railroad related photos here — past or present. This is a place to share photos of your layout, equipment or current project. 


I am happy to be starting Weekend Photo Fun this week. I simply love this thread and the way it brings people out of their workshops and into the world of sharing.

Last week was a very good edition of Weekend Photo Fun, and I am hoping this week can also live up to the new high standard.

This week I have no new modelling to share since I just got back from my trip to Ohio and around the USA.

I did add this brass beauty to my collection/roster. It is a "modern" 2-8-0 Consolidation type of a MARYLAND AND PENNSYVALNIA prototype.

I do not see many consolidations with Elesco Feedwater Heaters. This made me "have to have it". I recently added a SOUTHERN PS-4 Pacific type with an Elesco Feedwater Heater, so I thought this one would fit into the roster nicely.

This is it posed next to the SOUTHERN PS-4. I think they look quite nice together.

This little beauty runs like a champ. It has been updated to a can motor and a Precision Scale gearbox by a previous owner. It is smooth as silk.

-Kevin

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Posted by gmpullman on Friday, July 10, 2020 12:54 AM

SeeYou190
I am happy to be starting Weekend Photo Fun this week.

Thank you, Kevin! You have a very nice collection of vintage brass there. I really dig the spoked pony wheels. One of my best running engines is a 1962-era LMB New York Central H-10 Mike:

 IMG_8544_fix by Edmund, on Flickr

Almost as old as I am and in much better shape Whistling

This week I posed some fellows working on a paving repair job:

 Pave_crew by Edmund, on Flickr

I like to stage scenes like this for a photo shoot.

 Pave_crew-1 by Edmund, on Flickr

On to more great contributions Big Smile  Thank you, Ed

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Posted by hon30critter on Friday, July 10, 2020 1:03 AM

Thanks for opening WPF Kevin. Nice brass!

Ed, your scenes are always so great! You have put a lot of time into your layout!

I'm about ready to BBQ my first train, on my rotisserie that is! Check it out:

Works great! I have a couple of minor issues to address but nothing serious. It has worked out as planned, at least so far anyhow.

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Posted by "JaBear" on Friday, July 10, 2020 3:32 AM

TB by Bear, on Flickr

IB by Bear, on Flickr

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Posted by pt714 on Friday, July 10, 2020 6:35 AM

It makes me so happy to see familiar names in a familiar thread after two years of idling on the model front. It's good to be back on here and I'm glad to have something to contribute.

Dave, the benchwork looks great! Been following your progress in your build thread and excited about the design.

Ed, I love the detail here-- what a fantastic scene (and another fantastic-looking steamer!)

Kevin, thanks for starting things up and for sharing that beautiful brass loco-- I own a single brass locomotive (which is the only one I run, per my prototype) but it's also a PFM/United Ma & Pa 2-8-0, the non-'modern' one. Gorgeous slow runner once re-motored and given all-wheel pickup. Mine, I detailed and painted as #1 for the San Luis Central, here picking up a loaded grain boxcar from the elevator on my RSL (Rural Switching Layout):

That grain elevator is my most recent project-- it's the Walthers kit, as I imagine most people will recognize, but I wanted to made some modifications to it to both spruce it up and make it less of a sore thumb on an eight-square-foot shelf layout. I repainted the bright red plastic in this yellow cream color (then an ink wash and smeared with alcohol in a few spots to mimic peeling paint), split the warehouse building in two and spotted the halves either side of the elevator. 

Next I'm waiting on some Bragdon powders in the mail, and in the meantime cutting up aluminum tape I stamped for corrugated metal roofing:

Looking forward to seeing what everybody has to share this weekend!

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Posted by Heartland Division CB&Q on Friday, July 10, 2020 7:55 AM

Kevin .... Thanks for starting Weekend Photo Fun . ... The brass 2-8-0 looks very nice. 

Ed ..... I like your 2-8-2. Your paving scene is nice. 

JaBear .... LOL at your Bear Toon. 

Phil .... Your modified grain elevators looks great. Your # 1 steam loco looks very nice. 

.... 

Currently, I am operating a coal train on my layout. Here it is with 2 CB&Q SD-units a short distance from the coal mine.

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Posted by Track fiddler on Friday, July 10, 2020 8:00 AM

 

 

Good morning

Thanks for starting WPF Kevin. 

I love the brass SteamersYes  My dad had a neighbor that collected HO brass locomotives in the 70's.  Almost every wall in his basement had glass display cases of these beautiful models.  I remember frequently asking him if we could go over there and look at them.  His neighbor was always happy to show them off.

Ed,   I really like the New York CentralStick out tongue  and the asphalt repair crew scene.  Those definitely are not city workers because they are all doing somethingLaughSmile, Wink & Grin

Phil,   Sweet looking grain elevator.  Unique, it makes me want to add a couple of Editions to mine.

P.S.  Oops, how did I forget DaveTongue Tied  Dave that idea of yours is like something out of this worldBow  You should have been of an inventor.  As I said before I'm adopting your idea and I only can hope mine turns out as well as yours.

Garry,  As always, I just love your layout scenesYes

 

Better post one picture at a time as Imgur is still really wanky.

All my bridges have to be custom-built because all but one of the eight are on radius.

1:1 Scale drawings and T pins were used to put the sections together.

A view before the top was installed.

The placement of the bridge really tried my patience as the tracks underneath dictated the supports exact location.

A railroad board mock-up was constructed to assist in finding it.

Foam slivers had to be added to either side of the approach after the bridge was shifted slightly to it's new position.

Since it was built I always admired the top construction of the Bong Bridge in Duluth.  I somewhat copied it.

Wayne showed me illustrations one day of making bridges removable.  I like this idea to make scenery and ballasting easier at a later date.

The different views of geometry finally made the well over 100 hours pay off.

Need to finish the abutments one of these days.

Thanks for lookingSmile, Wink & Grin

 

 

TF

 

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Posted by dti406 on Friday, July 10, 2020 8:39 AM

Good morning from sunny and hot Northeast Ohio!

Kevin, great engine, I have one of those but it still has the orginal motor and gearbox, but it runs fine and since I won't be using DCC it is just fine.

Ed, another nice engine that I would like to get a model of someday. Also a good looking scene no matter what Bear says.

Phil, thanks for joining us on this thread, good looking grain elevator and locomotive.

Garry, another great looking scene, with the mine branch crossing the three track main, some of my favorite engines.

 

Managed to complete some stuff this week!

McKeen Models 50' flat with new A-Line Sill Steps, painted with Scalecoat II Boxcar Red and lettered with Mask Island decals. The advent of the the 45' trailers caused a problem with only hauling one trailer on the 89' TTX flats which was totally inefficent, so the Southern Railway had Ortner convert some old 50' boxcars into piggyback flats that could haul up to a 48' trailer. They were heavier than a standard piggyback flat but filled a need until they came up with the spine cars. Also painted and decaled the trailer, Brae trailer from Front Range painted with Scalecoat II Silver Paint and lettered with Microscale decals.

Robbins Rail/A-Line/Con-Cor Greenville 60' Boxcar Kit, Shaved off the rivits to make the car look like Thrall car. Changed the wheelbase of the underframe from 41' to 46' to match the prototype and replaced the coupler pockets with Moloco Cushion Style coupler pockets. Also carved off the plug door fittings and glued a Plate C Superior Door I pirated off an Intermountain 5283CF Boxcar kit. Painted the car with Scalecoat Black, Boxcar Red and Silver paints and lettered with Mask Island decals. The Rock Island ordered a group of these cars, and about ten of them (including this car) were in service hauling Chevrolet Rear Axle assemblies from Detroit to the various final assembly plants.

Another shot of my Rapido FA-2's on a different area of the Strongsville Club layout, lots of Ann Arbor and Green Bay and Western cars on this train.

Thanks for looking!

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Posted by SeeYou190 on Friday, July 10, 2020 10:11 AM

Ed: The paving scene is ery well put together and posed. "Someday" I am looking forward to being able to do similar things.

Dave: The layout rotation video is incredible. Your idea works like a charm. I hope you enjoy it for years. It looks very sturdy and smooth.

Bear: As always, the funny BearToons are a staple of the Weekend Photo Fun thread. Thank you.

Phil: The grain elevators look very good. Do you use self adhesive foil tape? How does that work? I never considered using this as a modeling material. Your consolidation looks great.

Garry: That is a fantastic point of view on your layout. The coal train looks heavy. I can almost hear the sound of the SDs working to get it up to speed.

TF: That bridge a a real treat. I am certain it will be a real focal point on the layout.

Rick: The T.O.F.C. car converted from a boxcar is an interesting model. Those 48 foot trailers also cause problems other places... then the 53 footer became standard. Fortunately it stopped there.

Thank you to everyone for commenting on my post. I love Weekend Photo Fun!

-Kevin

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Posted by MapGuy42 on Friday, July 10, 2020 3:16 PM

I am always inspired by this post.  This week so far I especially like Phil's work; that corrugated roofing looks great!

Last week I finished my Atlas water tower.  This is with Rustoleum, acrylic paints, oil pastels, and dirt from the area I model.  The lettering is inkjet on tissue paper.

Painted and weathered Atlas water tower

Take care and stay safe!

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Posted by snjroy on Friday, July 10, 2020 3:32 PM

Nice work everyone!  I did lots of work this week, but it's not very visible... For a few weeks now, I've been tempted to get a nice Proto 0-8-0 for my little yard. Then I remembered that I had this Rivarossi sitting on my shelves for a long time. I finally decided to install a decoder in it this week. I also did a bit of grinding on the wheels to remove the pizza-cutter look on it. With the magic of DCC, it runs nice and slow, that is, the decoder prevents me from accidently make it fly like a slot car... It actually does run pretty slow with its original motor on it. It also pulls very well thanks to its rubber tires. Probably more than the Proto. I know, not the greatest of engines, but I kinda like the look of the side rods on the tender... It just needs some paint and some weathering now.

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Posted by tankertoad135 on Friday, July 10, 2020 3:40 PM

There is really outstanding work a goin' here and I love it Gents.Cowboy

Here is my contribution; Clackamas Yard on the Mt Hood RR is full of departing trains ready for the next ops session.

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Posted by Motley on Friday, July 10, 2020 7:02 PM

Dave the rotossari benchwork looks great.

I am on Vacation this week. And I am in track laying mode. Makin' some decent progress now.

This is the curve entry into the yard, just laying things out to how its gonna work.

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Posted by SeeYou190 on Friday, July 10, 2020 11:20 PM

Donn: That is a very nice looking water tower you built.

Simon: I was not aware the Rivarossi 0-8-0 model had a booster engine on the tender. I need to look for one of those. I have the perfect model to add that tender to.

Toad: That is a lot of equipment all set up and ready to go. It looks like a lot of fun.

Michael: The curved entrance to the yard looks good. My yard tracks are intended to be on a very broad curve, but the turnouts will all be normal #5s.

-Kevin

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Posted by hon30critter on Saturday, July 11, 2020 1:52 AM

Everyone has shown some great stuff so far, and we are barely into Saturday morning!

- Bear, paddlewheels eh?!? Hey, that could be my new profession!!Smile, Wink & GrinLaughLaugh

- Phil, nice 2-8-0. I love the doghouse! The grain elevator looks great. I love the colour. You are to be admired for creating your own corrugated roofing sheets!

- Garry, nice coal train and great scene!

- TF, your bridge building expertise is admirable!

- Rick, nice cars, great scene.

- Kevin, thanks. This will likely be my only layout, that is unless I win the lottery.

- Donn, the water tower looks superb!!!

- Simon, the little Riverossi looks great.

- Tankertoad, excellent yard!

- Michael, congrats on the track laying progress!

Dave

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Posted by mlehman on Saturday, July 11, 2020 3:25 AM

hon30critter
Bear, paddlewheels eh?!? Hey, that could be my new profession!!Smile, Wink & GrinLaugh

I'll admit I haven't been following too closely the rotating layout concept, but Dave, how do you keep the rolling stock from falling off when rotated? Magnets? Smile, Wink & Grin

Going to take another crack at this after starting a post several times, only to have it disappearred by my funky Mac mouse. Have new mouse, will see how this goes. Lots of great stuff here and good to see Phil among them, plus another new face or two.

Got the permanent decoder in #92. Runs great with the keep-alive I also installed, plus can now turn the lights in the stateroom and parlor room on and off.

I'm keeping #92 in the enginehouse at Tefft that I built back in highschool, a half century or so back.

Worked on a new gon to haul finished stone from a Labelle kit. The first one next to the one I've just finished.

It came out pretty well.

The folks down at Nine Lives Cat House figured they could get a customer's dozer fixed and returned more quickly if they could just roll it into the shop without bothering to unload and reload it. So a short spur was built into one of the repair bays and the building was extended to cover things out of the weather.

I added some lighting to help after dark.

I extended the shelf at Snowden to accommodate a new ciontainer terminal.

Before

After

At the lumber mill in Rockwood, I'm installing an oveerhead crane to help with loading larger quantities on lumber in open cars.

Enough for now.

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Posted by hon30critter on Saturday, July 11, 2020 3:53 AM

mlehman
I'll admit I haven't been following too closely the rotating layout concept, but Dave, how do you keep the rolling stock from falling off when rotated? Magnets?

Hi Mel,

Actually, I'm hoping that I can pay enough attention to get everything off of the tracks, including stuff that might be not so visible in the engine shop or the paint shop, before rotating the layout. That will include removing most of the buildings, but I am going to use your magnetic attachment method so I will be able to test to see if the smaller structures will stay in place.

Mel, I have to say this: Your modelling methods are brilliant! You have provided so many simple solutions to otherwise complex situations that the NMRA should formally recognise your skills!! Thank you for sharing!!

Dave

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Posted by pt714 on Saturday, July 11, 2020 7:02 AM

Wow, thank you everyone for the welcoming and kind comments-- great to see so much already and we're barely into the weekend!

Garry, Rick, and Toad, fantastic shots! I need to up my camera game.

TF, great-looking curved bridge, that looks like quite the puzzle. 

Donn, that water tower is looking awesome. Way to spice up that Atlas structure!

Simon, nice to see that 0-8-0 in yard duty. I had an IHC steamer some years ago with pizza cutters, but didn't have the guts to file them down. Do you have any shots of the tender booster truck?

SeeYou190

Simon: I was not aware the Rivarossi 0-8-0 model had a booster engine on the tender. I need to look for one of those. I have the perfect model to add that tender to.

Is it a 4-10-0, Kevin? Big Smile

 

Michael, trackwork is looking good!

Mike, loving the atmospheric shots and all the NG diesel and critters crawlin' around on your layout!

SeeYou190

Phil: The grain elevators look very good. Do you use self adhesive foil tape? How does that work? I never considered using this as a modeling material.

Yes, that's the stuff. I have two kinds of foil tape I picked up at an art repurposing store-- one is adhesive-backed 1", the other is 1.5" without an adhesive backing. I used two pieces of scale corrugated styrene to get the impression-- offset the ridges and then press hard. They both have their pros and cons; the backed one sticks well in place but was more difficult to stamp-- eventually I had to hammer them to get the corrugation to show. The non-backed one had to be CA'd in place but I could hand-press it to get the imprint. 

 

Keep 'em coming, everybody! This is great.

Phil

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Posted by snjroy on Saturday, July 11, 2020 9:06 AM

Kevin, Phil, here is a closeup view:

 20200711_095011  on Flickr

The rear siderods turn through friction from the wheels, and she spins OK moving forward. There are a few "misses" running backwards, but I was thinking of adding a bit of weight to fix that. Otherwise, it works fine and pulls great. It badly needs a new coat of paint...

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Posted by HO-Velo on Saturday, July 11, 2020 11:30 AM

Kevin,  Thanks for opening the WPF, no doubt about it, brass is innately beautiful, almost seems a shame to paint it.

A big helping of WPF is always a great way to start the day.

Got a Stewart F9 DCC sound install/make-over going, my camera is idle, so it's into the archives once again.  

Thanks to all the contributors and viewers, have a good and safe weekend, regards, Peter

 

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Posted by mlehman on Saturday, July 11, 2020 12:37 PM

pt714
Mike, loving the atmospheric shots and all the NG diesel and critters crawlin' around on your layout!

Phil,

Thanks!. I'm actually way ahead of the Durango & Silverton, as DL-535Es have been running to Silverton on my layout for years. Found out the D&S was getting some of their own (buying 4) from the WP&Y in the latest edition of the Gazette. There are narrowgaugers who don't like diesels, but I do.

Mike

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Posted by SeeYou190 on Sunday, July 12, 2020 11:34 AM

Mike: I love the scenes on your layout, and I like your narrow gauge deisel locomotive models.

Phil: Yes, it will be a 4-10-0, but the model started its life as a 2-10-0! It will ultimately be another project for the ages. Thank you for the information on the foil tape. At some point, I am going to give the self adhesive stuff a try.

Simon: Thank you for the clearer photo of the Rivarossi tender model. It helps, and it looks good.

Peter: Your scene is a beauty as always. Thank you for sharing. I do not remember seeing that one before.

-Kevin

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Posted by peahrens on Sunday, July 12, 2020 2:18 PM

Kevin, thanks for the WPF kickoff.  Everyone has shown great examples of modeling, plus some excellent photography.  

I just completed a Tichy "wheel car" kit, a 40' flatcar with freight wheel load.  Cheap entertainment; i.e., the cost in $/hr (pennies, actually) was very low in my case!  I think I started it on Thursday (it's Sunday).  I got a chance to re-learn how to use (infrequently) my airbrush.  I like the way it turned out.

 20200712_135146 by Paul Ahrens, on Flickr

Following is a simple metal casting utility trailer kit.  I like finding details to add to the layout.

 20200712_135250 by Paul Ahrens, on Flickr

Be safe, all.

Paul

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Posted by BRVRR on Sunday, July 12, 2020 7:25 PM

Thanks Kevin for the WPF start. The brass steamers are works of art.

Ed - The H-10 Mike is intricate. The repair crew is busy. Are they for hire?

Dave - Good Work! wish I had thought of it.

Bear - Good stuff as always.

Phil - The little loco is cool. The elevator in nicely done. Like the color.

Garry - Great photo as always.

Fiddler - The bridge is a work of art.

Rick - Nice cars as usual. Love the Ann Arbor locos.

Donn - Great looking water tank.

Simon - Steamers never get too old.

Toad - Impressive array.

Michael - The fun part of layout building.

Mike - #92 is too cool! Your layout is beyond impressive.

Peter - Nice little fishing tug.

Paul - The wheelcar looks good.

Grandpa got to play with his trains a bit this weekend: Rivals at Black River Station.

Pennsy FA2 at the head of a mixed coal drag passes under the Route 32 overpass as a NYC drag moves by westbound.

NYC F7 #1821 at the head of a coal drag rounding the curve at the westbound on the BRVRR layout.

Note: Don/'t know how I left out this photo. Too much of a hurry I guess.

Keep the photos and ideas coming guys. Thanks to you WPF is always the best thread of the week.

Remember its your railroad

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Posted by Track fiddler on Monday, July 13, 2020 6:38 AM

Good morning

Another great WPF.  As always I admired everyone's work here.  

Thank you Kevin, Dave, Phil, and Allan for your compliments.

Your layout scenes look great Allan.  I liked how you cut the stations sidewalk to fit perfectly against the curve in the trackYes

 

 

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Posted by Heartland Division CB&Q on Monday, July 13, 2020 9:26 AM

Thanks to TF, Rick, Kevinm Dave, Phil, and anybody I missed for the kind remarks about my coal train photo. Much appreciated. 

There is a lot beautiful work posted since I posted earlier. So much for me to comment on, and I have so little time to comment. I'll just say I saw each picture and I am impressed with the crativity and talent in this forum. 

This has been a terrific Weekend Photo Fun ! 

GARRY

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Posted by SeeYou190 on Monday, July 13, 2020 9:35 AM

Finishing out my comments on Monday. This was a great week for our photo fun.

Paul: I have not built my Tichy Wheel Car kit yet. Your looks great. The utility trailer you descibed as a simple casting sure looks good to me. The ramps especially.

Allan: Glad you were able to enjoy your trains. The pictures are fun. Thank you for sharing.

Sorry if I missed anyone. See you all next week.

-Kevin

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