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I'm playing with my Kodak point and shot digital following some advice from an article in OGR run 232. I'm not a photo buff but every once in a while I hit one close enough. Some day I'll get better but here it is (also posted under indoor railways):

Also hope to add scenery soon! Joe
 

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Photos+Trains = COOL... Take all you want and post the ones you like. You will never hear a complaint from me.
Nice Yard!
 

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Are you running 1 TIU or 3?

Are all of your trains DCC, or a mix of DCC & track power?

Do you have all MTH engines or a mix of manufactures?


Post some more pictures please, post some more pictures please!!

Where are you from?

There might be some train clubs in your area.
 

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Joe, when I saw your beautifully-lit locomotives, I thought they would make an excellent subject for a photoshop attempt in the manner of the old traditional railroad publicity shots. Hope you don't mind.

They are real beauties!
 

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Nice pics Joe ^^

-Will
 

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Guys, thanks for the replies. I have been on the midnight shift and missed some. These are now all MTH G gauge engines. I run over 400' of mainlines on one channel of a TIU under DCS control. I have shelved my USA's untill I can get Ray to convert them to DCS or sell them. I will post some more pictures soon. That shot with the sky added is amazing!!! I have added it to my collection and need to learn how to do that. Thanks so much, Joe
 

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I'll tell you that every spring when I see those outdoor shots I wish the whole thing was on wheels and rolled out back! Joe
 
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