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TOPIC: The Kalispell & Northen Railroad in On30

The Kalispell & Northen Railroad in On30 12 Jan 2016 19:20 #1

Hi Folks,

Thought I would post up some pictures of a small portion of my On30 layout. This scene wraps around an outside corner that protrudes into the isle of my train room. It is 13 inches deep.....
































This railroad is my rendition of a small backwoods narrow gauge logging operation.


Thanks for looking in!

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The Kalispell & Northen Railroad in On30 12 Jan 2016 20:05 #2

How cool is that?

The details are outstanding.
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The Kalispell & Northen Railroad in On30 12 Jan 2016 20:20 #3

Wow, what incredible detail Randy :thumbsup :thumbsup :thumbsup

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The Kalispell & Northen Railroad in On30 12 Jan 2016 20:39 #4

WoWzers!!! Very Impressive!!! :notworthy: :notworthy:
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The Kalispell & Northen Railroad in On30 12 Jan 2016 20:40 #5

I don't know where to start Randy. :notworthy:
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The Kalispell & Northen Railroad in On30 12 Jan 2016 20:43 #6

:huh: :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy: :notworthy:

Fantastic
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The Kalispell & Northen Railroad in On30 13 Jan 2016 00:02 #7

:drool That's what I'm talking about!

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The Kalispell & Northen Railroad in On30 13 Jan 2016 04:59 #8

Now that's friggin beautiful !!!
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The Kalispell & Northen Railroad in On30 13 Jan 2016 08:09 #9

Yeah Randy ... Never occurred to me that you were a On30 modeler ... I love that Donkey engine ... and the Shay has always been my favorite ... excellent detail ... Maybe you would like to join our On30 yahoo group ...

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The Kalispell & Northen Railroad in On30 13 Jan 2016 08:49 #10

This really gets back to what I've talked about in the past. Randy I think we featured your Donkey engine here before. Modeling is modeling regardless of what field of interest you're in. All these techniques can be applied to whatever we're building. Sure we don't have a rusted out aircraft but they sure do get dirty just like anything else that we pure oil products into.

There's just so many techniques that crosses the spectrum of modeling, we all can learn from all of it. :thumbsup
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The Kalispell & Northen Railroad in On30 13 Jan 2016 12:31 #11

moon puppy wrote:
This really gets back to what I've talked about in the past. Randy I think we featured your Donkey engine here before. Modeling is modeling regardless of what field of interest you're in. All these techniques can be applied to whatever we're building. Sure we don't have a rusted out aircraft but they sure do get dirty just like anything else that we pure oil products into.

There's just so many techniques that crosses the spectrum of modeling, we all can learn from all of it. :thumbsup

You aint jus' whistlin' dixie!! I've been studyin' that layout & I am at a loss for words :thumbsup :thumbsup Alot can be shared in every genre of modeling...
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The Kalispell & Northen Railroad in On30 13 Jan 2016 13:29 #12

Beauty. Thanks for sharing. :drinks

Got a soft spot for model railroads myself.
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