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  1. Oak Yard's new Critter

    Oak Yard's new Critter

    The new car shop switcher, a Track Mobile, moves cars at the Oak Yard car shop on the Windsor Modular Railroad Club layout.
  2. Utah Belt Inspired SD60M

    Utah Belt Inspired SD60M

    Need I say more?
  3. Utah Belt Inspired SD60M

    Utah Belt Inspired SD60M

    The 2 window version of an SD60M, made and detailed by the inspiration of the freelance Utah Belt Railroad. Rail Power Products body.
  4. Utah Belt Inspired SD60M

    Utah Belt Inspired SD60M

    The 3 window version of an SD60M, made and detailed by the inspiration of the freelance Utah Belt Railroad. Rail Power Products body on RPP frame and Athearn SD40-2 trucks
  5. WCTR B23-7 #9842 "The Desert Twins"

    WCTR B23-7 #9842 "The Desert Twins"

    These two B23-7's are known as the Desert Twins because of their odd looking paint schemes. Units are Rail Power Products shells on modified Athearn U23B chassis with FB sideframes. Units are detailed to the max with large snowplows, rooftop A/C units, and two 1/4 wave whip antennas.
  6. WCTR B23-7 #9830 "The Desert Twins"

    WCTR B23-7 #9830 "The Desert Twins"

    These two B23-7's are known as the Desert Twins because of their odd looking paint schemes. Units are Rail Power Products shells on modified Athearn U23B chassis with FB sideframes. Units are detailed to the max with large snowplows, rooftop A/C units, and two 1/4 wave whip antennas.
  7. Campbell's Hand Car House

    Campbell's Hand Car House

    The kit was weathered to reflect a structure being used although I see other weathering that needs to be done. The hand car is an MDC kit that was modified with plastic axels so as not to short out between the rails when towed by the Railbus which I fitted with a tow bar and the hand car has...
  8. FA-1s on Redrock trestle

    FA-1s on Redrock trestle

    An FA-1 AB set sits quietly on the trestle just a few hundred metres from the summit after stalling out, and it will have to wait for a pair of GP9s to come from the helper base before it can continue
  9. How the Railbox Turned Out

    How the Railbox Turned Out

    This was my fourth car, but it looks like my negative 35th. I detailed her with new stirrups, coupler lift bars, and air hoses. Sold for over $15, which was a loss.
  10. Progress on my Railbox

    Progress on my Railbox

    This is the latest progress on my Athearn RTR PS 5277 Railbox. This car now sports a golden-brown color common on many Railboxes.
  11. CSXT 503278 (EX-RBOX) rusty box car

    CSXT 503278 (EX-RBOX) rusty box car

    O.K., one last one! Hehe. After this car, I'll lay off for awhile and wait for others to post. This is my newest car...a secondhand FMC RAIL BOX box car aquired by CSX TRANSPORTATION. The patch and worn-out graffiti are inspired by the real car. This was a FUN project. CSX has some crazy cars!
  12. BEAT-UP RAIL GON gondola

    BEAT-UP RAIL GON gondola

    This is a gondola that was originally based on a real car but then I got carried away with the weathering. So let's say it's the original car 10 hard years! Hehe. A close-up would reveal more color variations in the rust. I dented the bottom with a sanding tool. The patch has the original...
  13. BN 249241 (EX-RBOX) ACF box car

    BN 249241 (EX-RBOX) ACF box car

    I promise not to bore you with too many more! Hehe. I just like this former RAIL BOX car that was purchased by BURLINGTON NORTHERN. It's based on a real car and I even tried to copy the graffiti. This is MrKLUKE car#118 and it features some different things for me. First, I modified the door so...
  14. Salmon Bay Rail Barge

    Salmon Bay Rail Barge

    In getting this photo, I confirmed that my rail barge really does float. The tug does not. And while the barge floats, it also drifts (especially without a good tug to hold it in place). And to top it all off, the tide keeps changing the water level, which may not matter if everything floats...



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