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Delaware & Hudson Railway Adirondack Branchline - Port Henry
Photographer: Fred Cupp
Added: 29-May-2003

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Delaware & Hudson Railway Adirondack Branchline. West Side of Layout Room -- Port Henry (209).



Delaware & Hudson Railway Adirondack Branchline - Stony Creek Yard
Photographer: Fred Cupp
Added: 29-May-2003

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Delaware & Hudson Railway Adirondack Branchline. East Side of Layout Room -- Stony Creek Yard (210).



Layout depicts the CSX merger
Photographer: Josh Zinn
Added: 24-Jul-2004

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My layout depicts the CSX merger. This photo shows a couple of the fallen flags that CSX is made of ! This old GP30M probably will never see the paint shop as it moves an EX CONRAIL hopper to be loaded. It is taken out side of the Aughwick Valley Quarry on my freelanced Potomic Pass Layout.



Penn Central Westside Branch crew heading for Hudson Cold Storage
Photographer: John Martin
Added: 24-Jul-2004

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HO scale Penn Central shelf layout, 5x16, depicting a Jersey City, NJ branchline called the Westside Branch. Actual industry names are used when possible based on research. I model PRR/Penn Central/CNJ/very early Conrail and use copies of actual switch lists to serve the 13 industries on the line.



The Great Wild West Model Railway Pix #1
Photographer: Kjell Dahle
Added: 24-Jul-2004

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This model is built in HO-scale, the size is about 1 x 3 m. The layout views the Wild West in USA about 1860. The materials are mainly paper and cardboard. The landscape are made of cardboard boxes covered with newspaper/toiletpaper and paint. The farm, some of the houses and the steamboat are made in cardboard. The photos are taken with a Olympus digital camera, no flash-light.



The Great Wild West Model Railway Pix #10
Photographer: Kjell Dahle
Added: 24-Jul-2004

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This model is built in HO-scale, the size is about 1 x 3 m. The layout views the Wild West in USA about 1860. The materials are mainly paper and cardboard. The landscape are made of cardboard boxes covered with newspaper/toiletpaper and paint. The farm, some of the houses and the steamboat are made in cardboard. The photos are taken with a Olympus digital camera, no flash-light.



The Great Wild West Model Railway Pix #11
Photographer: Kjell Dahle
Added: 24-Jul-2004

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This model is built in HO-scale, the size is about 1 x 3 m. The layout views the Wild West in USA about 1860. The materials are mainly paper and cardboard. The landscape are made of cardboard boxes covered with newspaper/toiletpaper and paint. The farm, some of the houses and the steamboat are made in cardboard. The photos are taken with a Olympus digital camera, no flash-light.



The Great Wild West Model Railway Pix #12
Photographer: Kjell Dahle
Added: 24-Jul-2004

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This model is built in HO-scale, the size is about 1 x 3 m. The layout views the Wild West in USA about 1860. The materials are mainly paper and cardboard. The landscape are made of cardboard boxes covered with newspaper/toiletpaper and paint. The farm, some of the houses and the steamboat are made in cardboard. The photos are taken with a Olympus digital camera, no flash-light.



The Great Wild West Model Railway Pix #13
Photographer: Kjell Dahle
Added: 24-Jul-2004

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This model is built in HO-scale, the size is about 1 x 3 m. The layout views the Wild West in USA about 1860. The materials are mainly paper and cardboard. The landscape are made of cardboard boxes covered with newspaper/toiletpaper and paint. The farm, some of the houses and the steamboat are made in cardboard. The photos are taken with a Olympus digital camera, no flash-light.



The Great Wild West Model Railway Pix #14
Photographer: Kjell Dahle
Added: 24-Jul-2004

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This model is built in HO-scale, the size is about 1 x 3 m. The layout views the Wild West in USA about 1860. The materials are mainly paper and cardboard. The landscape are made of cardboard boxes covered with newspaper/toiletpaper and paint. The farm, some of the houses and the steamboat are made in cardboard. The photos are taken with a Olympus digital camera, no flash-light.



The Great Wild West Model Railway Pix #15
Photographer: Kjell Dahle
Added: 24-Jul-2004

Hits: 324    Rating: 8.80    Votes: 5   - Rate/Vote for This Image

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This model is built in HO-scale, the size is about 1 x 3 m. The layout views the Wild West in USA about 1860. The materials are mainly paper and cardboard. The landscape are made of cardboard boxes covered with newspaper/toiletpaper and paint. The farm, some of the houses and the steamboat are made in cardboard. The photos are taken with a Olympus digital camera, no flash-light.



The Great Wild West Model Railway Pix #16
Photographer: Kjell Dahle
Added: 24-Jul-2004

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This model is built in HO-scale, the size is about 1 x 3 m. The layout views the Wild West in USA about 1860. The materials are mainly paper and cardboard. The landscape are made of cardboard boxes covered with newspaper/toiletpaper and paint. The farm, some of the houses and the steamboat are made in cardboard. The photos are taken with a Olympus digital camera, no flash-light.



The Great Wild West Model Railway Pix #17
Photographer: Kjell Dahle
Added: 24-Jul-2004

Hits: 368    Rating: 9.00    Votes: 6   - Rate/Vote for This Image

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This model is built in HO-scale, the size is about 1 x 3 m. The layout views the Wild West in USA about 1860. The materials are mainly paper and cardboard. The landscape are made of cardboard boxes covered with newspaper/toiletpaper and paint. The farm, some of the houses and the steamboat are made in cardboard. The photos are taken with a Olympus digital camera, no flash-light.



The Great Wild West Model Railway Pix #18
Photographer: Kjell Dahle
Added: 24-Jul-2004

Hits: 229    Rating: 8.00    Votes: 3   - Rate/Vote for This Image

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This model is built in HO-scale, the size is about 1 x 3 m. The layout views the Wild West in USA about 1860. The materials are mainly paper and cardboard. The landscape are made of cardboard boxes covered with newspaper/toiletpaper and paint. The farm, some of the houses and the steamboat are made in cardboard. The photos are taken with a Olympus digital camera, no flash-light.



The Great Wild West Model Railway Pix #19
Photographer: Kjell Dahle
Added: 24-Jul-2004

Hits: 428    Rating: 7.67    Votes: 6   - Rate/Vote for This Image

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This model is built in HO-scale, the size is about 1 x 3 m. The layout views the Wild West in USA about 1860. The materials are mainly paper and cardboard. The landscape are made of cardboard boxes covered with newspaper/toiletpaper and paint. The farm, some of the houses and the steamboat are made in cardboard. The photos are taken with a Olympus digital camera, no flash-light.
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