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Offline kimballthurlow  
#1 Posted : 15 October 2013 21:03:51(UTC)
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Hi,

Please show us a picture of........

This is a game topic, where the picture poster asks the next poster to show us a picture, defined by certain criteria.
So I will now show a picture of a freight yard, and I ask the next poster to show a picture of a Class 89 German tank engine.

Rules (can be modified by consent of the forum or the Webmaster):
The picture can be model or real.
If model, the picture must contain a Marklin item, but not necessarily be the main item.
Any scale of model.
If the topic stalls, anyone can jump in after 24 hours, and crank it up again.

Here is a freight yard.

http://www.qldrail.net/altkloster/goodsshedteam.jpg

OK, now someone please show us a picture of a German Class 89 tank engine

regards
Kimball

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Offline RayF  
#2 Posted : 15 October 2013 22:12:32(UTC)
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Here's a class 89. I want to see a picture of a 4026 baggage car!

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Offline Yumgui  
#3 Posted : 15 October 2013 22:38:37(UTC)
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Hi,

Great idea Kimball ...

Here is the 4026 Ray, easy ... (added test; what set is it from ?)

... and I'd like to see a 3098 in Clarel livery please ^^ ;)

Y BigGrin
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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#4 Posted : 16 October 2013 02:04:42(UTC)
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3148 set??

Technically that isn't a 4026 coach, it would be a 3148 set (or whatever the set) coach, but I guess we can let you away with that.
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Offline BrandonVA  
#5 Posted : 16 October 2013 04:18:19(UTC)
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There we go :) I'll leave the next request as stated by Yumgui: "... and I'd like to see a 3098 in Clarel livery please ^^ ;)" since it hasn't been filled.

-Brandon
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Offline 5HorizonsRR  
#6 Posted : 16 October 2013 06:07:34(UTC)
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What is "clarel"?
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Offline cookee_nz  
#7 Posted : 16 October 2013 07:07:18(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: 5HorizonsRR Go to Quoted Post
What is "clarel"?


and does the current question have to be answered before moving on to a new one?

ie if no one can post a photo for this 'clarel' ?? (yes I don't know what it is either) how long do we wait before "time's up, move on" ???

But what a great idea, I'm curious what will come out of this BigGrin

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Offline Yumgui  
#8 Posted : 16 October 2013 07:11:16(UTC)
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Brandon, a 4026 in a lot better shape !

Nope BD, tisn't 3148 ...

Originally Posted by: 5HorizonsRR Go to Quoted Post
What is "clarel"?

I guess my request isn't quite fair, as Clarel is not a livery in itself but the name of a store run successively by craftsmen Mr Zuckermann and Venant who used to customize commercial models in the 60's. Situated rue de la Roquette in Paris (Bastille), the store shut down in 2000-2001 though its website is strangely still up : http://clarel.chez.com/frmmain.html
Just so you won't think I'm making it up, I attach a few pix below with a 3098 in SNCF livery done by Clarel ... missed that one !

And to keep the game going, I'd like to see a GG1 please ... ThumpUp
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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#9 Posted : 16 October 2013 11:16:27(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Bigdaddynz Go to Quoted Post
3148 set??

Technically that isn't a 4026 coach, it would be a 3148 set (or whatever the set) coach.....


Maybe not - the catalogs specify that a 4026 coach is included in these sets.

Originally Posted by: Yumgui Go to Quoted Post
Nope BD, tisn't 3148 ...


Then maybe it's a 3205, 3121, 3188 or a 3134 set.
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Offline kimballthurlow  
#10 Posted : 16 October 2013 12:36:23(UTC)
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OK, here is a picture of a GG1, specially painted for hauling the Tuscan varnish of the named trains, like The Senator and The Congressional.
This one has seen better days.

http://www.steamlocomotive.com/GG1/prr4877.jpg

Can someone please post a picture of a Big Boy.
Remember it can be real or model.

regards
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Offline kimballthurlow  
#11 Posted : 16 October 2013 12:39:07(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: cookee_nz Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: 5HorizonsRR Go to Quoted Post
What is "clarel"?


and does the current question have to be answered before moving on to a new one?

ie if no one can post a photo for this 'clarel' ?? (yes I don't know what it is either) how long do we wait before "time's up, move on" ???

But what a great idea, I'm curious what will come out of this BigGrin

Cookee


Hi Steve,
My idea is that if the topic stalls, anyone can jump in after 24 hours, and crank it up again.
But the forum may have other ideas.

By the way the forum is not meant to be a quiz, or be particularly detailed or accurate in responses, pretty much anything goes.
Not too serious then?

regards
Kimball
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Offline DamonKelly  
#12 Posted : 16 October 2013 12:54:01(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: kimballthurlow Go to Quoted Post

Can someone please post a picture of a Big Boy.
Remember it can be real or model.

regards
Kimball


Done!
BTW, the Big Boy is on the left, thankyouverymuch...

I'd like someone to post a picture of a BR52 (I love the look of them!!)
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Offline RayF  
#13 Posted : 16 October 2013 18:26:02(UTC)
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Here's a picture of a B2 52 in some nice countryside.

Can someone provide a nice photo of a Br42? Not a Br042 please, but the original war locomotive.

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Offline Yumgui  
#14 Posted : 16 October 2013 19:44:15(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Bigdaddynz Go to Quoted Post
Then maybe it's a ... 3121 ... set.

^^--- Thar t'is, yup ThumpUp
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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#15 Posted : 16 October 2013 20:23:59(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Yumgui Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: Bigdaddynz Go to Quoted Post
Then maybe it's a ... 3121 ... set.

^^--- Thar t'is, yup ThumpUp


I want one! Love LoveThumpUp
Offline 5HorizonsRR  
#16 Posted : 16 October 2013 23:54:43(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: 5HorizonsRR Go to Quoted Post
What is "clarel"?
Yumgui wrote:

I guess my request isn't quite fair, as Clarel is not a livery in itself but the name of a store run successively by craftsmen Mr Zuckermann and Venant who used to customize commercial models in the 60's. Situated rue de la Roquette in Paris (Bastille), the store shut down in 2000-2001 though its website is strangely still up : http://clarel.chez.com/frmmain.html
Just so you won't think I'm making it up, I attach a few pix below with a 3098 in SNCF livery done by Clarel ... ThumpUp


WOW! Any listing around of other locos they have done? I love hearing about this sort of stuff- much like the Schweiger models the dealer commissioned in germany!
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Offline franciscohg  
#17 Posted : 17 October 2013 06:04:26(UTC)
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Hope you like it........
I would like a picture of a Prussian S6 BigGrin
Great topic!!
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Offline DumbGuy  
#18 Posted : 17 October 2013 13:16:36(UTC)
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I’m a little late to the show, but . . . . . As a reply to Posts 2 thru 5, I’ve attached three photos: 1st = 6 car consist with a 4026, 4052, 3X 4051s & a 4024 Diner; 2nd = 4026 cropped close-up (a bit grainy); and 3rd = 4024 DSG Diner w/furnished interior & people. They’re all metal versions from the 1960s-70s with LED inside lights. Pulled by a digitally converted 3039 E-110 loco of the same vintage, so it's my attempt to update some Marklin “Heavy-Metal”.

Now for my request . . . . . How about a #43981 4-car set of Palatine-Pfalz Era I coaches & cars? An appropriate loco and any extras would also be nice.

Regards -- Richard
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Offline kimballthurlow  
#19 Posted : 17 October 2013 22:31:30(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: franciscohg Go to Quoted Post
Hope you like it........
I would like a picture of a Prussian S6 BigGrin
Great topic!!


Here is a Prussian S6. It happens ot be in the colours of the Polish State Railway.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/80/Pd_5-17_Warszawa_Tech.Kol._06.04.05.JPG/300px-Pd_5-17_Warszawa_Tech.Kol._06.04.05.JPG

Now how about a #43981 4-car set of Palatine-Pfalz Era I coaches & cars, as asked for by Richard?
Richard, the rules of this game means you ought not to post until after 24 hours of the last post, if there has been no reponse to that post.
For example, if after 24 hours, no person comes up with a photo of the 43981, yourself, or anyone else, is free to post on any other subject.

regards
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Offline kimballthurlow  
#20 Posted : 17 October 2013 23:00:45(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: DumbGuy Go to Quoted Post
...

Now for my request . . . . . How about a #43981 4-car set of Palatine-Pfalz Era I coaches & cars? An appropriate loco and any extras would also be nice.

Regards -- Richard


Hi, Here is a loco posted on this forum - a 34121. Originally posted by Svein (Intruder).
I believe it might go with the 43981.

http://www.saebonet.com/svein/Tog/images/Germany/34121.jpg

The 43981 set looks like this. (With acknowledgement to the Lokmuseum, Germany).

http://www.lokmuseum.de/angebote/13/13764a.jpg

Please someone show me a picture of a TEE train.

regards
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Offline franciscohg  
#21 Posted : 17 October 2013 23:44:14(UTC)
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Here it is.............
I would like a Ruhr Schnellverkher pic
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Offline GlennM  
#22 Posted : 18 October 2013 19:45:29(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: franciscohg Go to Quoted Post
Here it is.............
I would like a Ruhr Schnellverkher pic


UserPostedImage

I would like to see a picture of a V200 in a none DB livery
Don't look back, your not heading that way.
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Offline BrandonVA  
#23 Posted : 18 October 2013 22:00:52(UTC)
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Three for one! (probably cheating):

Swiss SSB:
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(credit: http://www.rail-pictures.com/na...-locomotives~am-4-4.html)

Italian:
UserPostedImage

Spain:
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(Last time images credit: http://www.richardkrol.nl/v200/main.htm)

Please show me the Rheingold express of the 1920s/1930s :)

-Brandon
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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#24 Posted : 18 October 2013 22:17:58(UTC)
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Here's a picture with both a V200 not in DB colours, and a loco painted in Tee colours - A Swiss Am 4/4 and DB Br218 painted in Tee colours, both 1 Gauge locos.

And one of a Rheingold train (not my piccie BTW, I can't find what I did with them!)
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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#25 Posted : 18 October 2013 22:22:53(UTC)
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As to what I want to see.......A picture of my layout, or it's likeness (or part thereof), not taken by me.

That will require you to do some research. Good luck!

Edited by user 19 October 2013 07:06:03(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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Offline DumbGuy  
#26 Posted : 19 October 2013 06:24:24(UTC)
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Kimball – Thanks for your nice Palatine photos. As a return, here’s the Swiss TEE train “Bavaria”. It was used for Munich to Zurich business-class service during the 1970s. Marklin model numbers are in the attached photo titles. The loco is an Re 4/4.

I’d like to see a freight consist with stake cars (any Era) carrying a creative variety of loads.

As per the rules stated by Kimball, a Tee train has already been shown (no problems with showing another) and after other requests were made and answered, a request for a Rheingold train was made which I supplied. Now no one has yet shown a picture of what I requested and 24 hours since I posted is not yet up, so you can't make (as per Kimball's rules) another picture request, until my request is answered or 24 hours is up. Wait your turn! BigGrin /BDNZ

Regards -- Richard
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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#27 Posted : 19 October 2013 07:14:16(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Bigdaddynz Go to Quoted Post
As to what I want to see.......A picture of my layout, or it's likeness (or part thereof), not taken by me.

That will require you to do some research. Good luck!


To clarify, most long term forum members will know that the original part of my layout is based on the trackplan shown in a particular year's Marklin catalog. Now I don't expect anyone to have pictures that they have taken of my layout (near impossible, since not many forum members have visited - 4 by my count), but I know that several other members have built the same layout, so pictures of their version of the layout are most welcome, or failing that pictures of the layout from the said catalog are welcome. ThumpUp
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#28 Posted : 19 October 2013 07:56:31(UTC)
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I may be violating again the rules-of-the game, but here’s a series of pics for a 1920s-30s Rheingold. I’ve regrettably lost the credits for the old-time photos. As before, Marklin model numbers are in the photo titles.

I’m probably posting too often here, so I’ll just sit back now & watch for a while – it’s an enjoyable topic. My “I’d like to see” request is still for some creatively loaded stake cars. My apologies for going out-of-turn.

Regards -- Richard
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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#29 Posted : 19 October 2013 08:02:40(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: DumbGuy Go to Quoted Post
My “I’d like to see” request is still for some creatively loaded stake cars.


Like I said DumbGuy, you can't ask unless 24 hours since I posted is up, or you have answered my request. Kimball's rules, not mine. Don't make me delete your posts!

And don't edit a moderated post!
Offline Yumgui  
#30 Posted : 19 October 2013 19:29:28(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Bigdaddynz Go to Quoted Post
As to what I want to see.......A picture of my layout, or it's likeness (or part thereof), not taken by me.
That will require you to do some research. Good luck!

Tada ... picture at bottom from 1971 catalog, cool layout ... ^^ :

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So I’d like to see "a freight consist with stake cars (any Era) carrying a creative variety of loads" please ... ^^

Y ThumpUp
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Offline Hoffmann  
#31 Posted : 19 October 2013 20:40:40(UTC)
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Hello,

See Post one
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Offline Yumgui  
#32 Posted : 19 October 2013 20:43:30(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Hoffmann Go to Quoted Post
Hello,
See Post one

LOL LOL LOL ... Hehehe, lessons in how to sabotage a thread ^^ !

Hang in there y'all plz !

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Offline DumbGuy  
#33 Posted : 19 October 2013 20:54:32(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Hoffmann Go to Quoted Post

Hello,

See Post one


Absolutely right. Post One was the genesis of my request and is a great example. There are many, many other ways to build and load stake cars. I'm simply interested in capturing a few more of those creative ideas -- especially now that I think I finally understand Kimball's rules for this thread!

Regards -- Richard
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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#34 Posted : 19 October 2013 22:17:56(UTC)
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Don't know if you would call these creative, but here's some stake cars with pipes as a load. The cars are from 2 Marklin 46220 freight car sets and I brought the pipe loads off our local auction site Trademe.

In the last picture, you can see a part of one of the 3 stake cars with large pipes from a Marklin set - sorry I don't have a picture of the complete set (I should go and take one! - have added newly taken picture).

And, I found my Rheingold pictures that I was looking for!

Edited by user 20 October 2013 07:23:18(UTC)  | Reason: Added extra picture of Stake cars with pipes

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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#35 Posted : 19 October 2013 22:23:22(UTC)
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We might as well stick with the theme, so more pictures of freight consists with stake cars (any Era) carrying a creative variety of loads is the request.
Offline franciscohg  
#36 Posted : 19 October 2013 22:58:13(UTC)
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Does this one counts?
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#37 Posted : 19 October 2013 23:05:28(UTC)
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Not really a consist of stake cars, is it?... BigGrin
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Offline franciscohg  
#38 Posted : 19 October 2013 23:24:24(UTC)
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Oooohhhhh. was waiting for that kind of replyThumpUp
So i have spend some time mounting this
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UserPostedImage German trains era I-II and selected III, era depends on the mood, mostly Maerklin but i can be heretic if needed XD, heresy is no longer an issue.. LOL
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Offline kimballthurlow  
#39 Posted : 19 October 2013 23:29:55(UTC)
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Hi all,

As I see it, multiple postings on the one request, may create a confusion.
For example, the first person who loads a pic of a loaded stake car or cars, has the next request.

So, when another person subsequently posts a pic of loaded stake car or cars, the new (next) request becomes lost or forgotten.
That subsequent poster has no right of request.

My idea to simplify the topic, may make it uninteresting, or it may restrict it somewhat.
But I believe we ought to restrict answers to a request, to ONE person only.
What do you think?

regards
Kimball
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Offline RayF  
#40 Posted : 20 October 2013 00:33:39(UTC)
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I agree.
Ray
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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#41 Posted : 20 October 2013 01:53:58(UTC)
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Agreed.

Currently Francisco has the picture request - surely 3 cars makes a consist!
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Offline franciscohg  
#42 Posted : 20 October 2013 02:16:18(UTC)
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Let's continue with stake cars....
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Offline DumbGuy  
#43 Posted : 20 October 2013 02:43:45(UTC)
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Kimball – I also agree. A couple of my earlier posts didn’t follow your well-crafted rules and appear to have caused some confusion, for which I apologize. As for my stake-car-load request, I’m interested in multiple responses over some time. That’s an interest that probably violates your intent in starting this topic.

While I appreciate the responses made here, my request would probably be better made as a new separate topic. I’ll start that new topic in the next day or so.

Congratulations on starting this thread, Kimball. It’s interesting and I’ll continue to follow it. Please don’t change your rules! They should serve nicely as they are. I apologize again for my earlier misinterpretation of them.

Thanks -- Richard
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Discovered digital & began conversion a few years ago.
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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#44 Posted : 20 October 2013 07:27:35(UTC)
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This is a picture of a Br44 and 5 of the 10 stake cars with pipes from the Marklin 26558 set. I haven't fitted the stakes, because Marklin in their wisdom made the box in such a way that you can't fit the stakes to the wagons and then expect to be able to fit them back in the box. Duh!

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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#45 Posted : 20 October 2013 07:30:25(UTC)
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This picture is from the AJcKids website, and shows you what the set looks like with the stakes fitted.

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How about we go with a picture of a hopper car train.
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Offline kimballthurlow  
#46 Posted : 20 October 2013 08:01:46(UTC)
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Hi,
Picture of hopper train coming up, loaded with coal. No locomotive in sight because of the length of the train.
This photo was taken in Roanoke, Virginia USA, and is courtesy of the Virginia Tech Library, Blacksburg, VA, USA
Now my request is for a picture of a train on a bridge.

http://spec.lib.vt.edu/imagebase/norfolksouthern/full/nw905.jpg

Can someone show me a train on a bridge (real or model).

regards
Kimball
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Offline H0  
#47 Posted : 20 October 2013 08:27:15(UTC)
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Here's an ICE 3 train on a bridge (and if that should not qualify as a bridge, I also added a picture of a BR 628 on a bridge).

I'd like to see a train (or car) with a DIY load.
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Regards
Tom
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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#48 Posted : 20 October 2013 10:26:30(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: H0 Go to Quoted Post
I'd like to see a train (or car) with a DIY load.


I read your mind........already posted! BigGrin

See the picture I posted of the DB Cargo train, the long hopper car has a coal load which I made from a foam insert with coal glued to the top.

Here's another picture of similar loads I made for some 1 Gauge hopper cars of mine.
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Offline Bigdaddynz  
#49 Posted : 20 October 2013 10:29:17(UTC)
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I'd like to see a picture of a Marklin 39833 Br182 in DHL colours (preferably one someone has taken themselves rather than a Marklin published photo)!
Offline H0  
#50 Posted : 20 October 2013 10:56:15(UTC)
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Hi!

Here she is at our club meeting:
182 009 DHL

I'd like to see a picture of a model with a typo (there are some well-known models and some not so well-known models).
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Regards
Tom
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