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by Frederick Boucher
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by Randy Harvey
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by Sean Hadfield
by Jessica Cooper

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A.T. & S.F. 643 is a 2-8-0 Consolidation restored at the Oklahoma Railway Museum.
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Big trains - so long (pardon the pun) as they aren't blocking your highway, they are awesome to watch. Here's a train pulled by a parade of 12 locomotives.
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Arizona's McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park features a preserved 2-6-0 Mogul-type steam locomotive as a display.
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Randy Harvey [HARV] shot this walkaround of this North Pacific 0-6-0 yard goat at the Yellowstone County Museum.
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McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park is a big park of railroad-themed fun in Scottsdale, near Phoenix, Arizona.
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The Suffolk Seaboard Station Railroad Museum in Suffolk, Virginia, is a treat for railway historians and modelers, alike.
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Modelers have been using twigs to represent trees since the first diorama. Gnarled twigs don't always seem to look like real trees. Or do they?
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Fred Boucher [JPTRR] visited the NS museum at the corporate office in Norfolk, Virginia.
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Sean Hadfield [windysean] saw a unique building in his home town and scratchbuilt it for his model railroad. He created a step-by-step narrative with photos and associated titles. Let's follow along as he builds this challenging architectural gem
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Barry Price shares pictures of his exquisite scratch built rail gun "Siegfried" in 1/72 scale.
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West Coast Railway Heritage Park in Squamish BC hosts many artifacts of Canada's rail history. Jessica Cooper [Jessie_C] brings us these photos of some of their displays.
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Leslie Rogers demonstrates his prowess by scratchbuilding this explosive car for a mining operation diorama in 1/35.
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Geoff Nott was the creator of the spectacular Leigh Creek model railroad. He passed away recently yet his modeling art still inspires modelers. One modeler so inspired, Mr.Richard Wolfanger [814pennman], prepared this tribute in Mr. Nott's honor.
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Matthew Lenton takes some of NOCH's foam Rock Formation and creates a quick display base of a truly treacherous mountain road.
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The growing popularity of railroad subjects in the static model community has expanded the common model railroad question of "What color are wheels, trucks, and bogies"? I hope these images will help modelers clarify this question for their modeling enjoy
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Come along on a speeder ride up Doe River Gorge on the storied East Tennessee & Western North Carolina Railroad!
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The growing popularity of railroad subjects in the static model community has expanded the common model railroad question of "What color is track"? I hope these images will help modelers clarify this question for their modeling enjoyment.
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Model railroaders love to detail building interiors. A favorite interior is a workshop and these tools represent what a well equipped wagoner and mechanical shop would have.
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An interesting website archiving train stations all over the world.
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Model railroaders find a great deal of inspiration in the misty mountains of northeastern Tennessee. A beautiful place where a slower pace of living provides a tranquil setting...until a giant Fairbanks-Morris diesel engine explodes into life!
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