|T O P I C R E V I E W
||Posted - 06/14/2017 : 2:10:19 PM
Here are the starting addresses of volumes 1, 2, and 3
|15 L A T E S T R E P L I E S (Newest First)
||Posted - 04/30/2019 : 07:17:17 AM
||Posted - 04/29/2019 : 08:46:19 AM
Bob that is one fine collection of skill and artistic appeal.
||Posted - 04/27/2019 : 04:54:05 AM
Ted, I have quite a few visiting in May to pick up models and several have gone already but I'll
hold that one for you until we have a chance to discuss it.
||Posted - 04/27/2019 : 12:10:34 AM
Bob that is so generous of you'. I would love my hardware supply. Just not able to get to Harrisburg at this time'... Will send you an email to discuss further'....
||Posted - 04/23/2019 : 3:36:26 PM
I second Kevins request for photos of the layout!
||Posted - 04/23/2019 : 1:47:55 PM
before you completely dismantle your layout is there any chance you could regale is with a few photos of it?
||Posted - 04/23/2019 : 11:10:25 AM
Thanks, Bob. I've sent you an email on your aol.com address. Best!
||Posted - 04/23/2019 : 11:06:54 AM
Thanks for your nice words. I am not getting out of 1/24 scale model building, just
getting rid of the layout. All of my structures fit my 1930/1940 time frame so
most would also fit your bit earlier period. If you are interested in any let me know
which one's and I'll tell you the page of the Forum they were completed on so you can see
better if they fit your needs. I have given away several since I made that list, I'll
have to update it soon.
If you want to pick them up I am just outside Harrisburg, PA, right next to your Maryland.
||Posted - 04/23/2019 : 10:31:05 AM
Bob: Although I don't post here very often, I have read all four of your LP&N Structures threads several times and am incredibly impressed with your modelling abilities. While you are just getting out of the 1:24 RR modelling, I am just getting back in after a prolonged hiatus. Your kindness in giving away the structures you have built (and shared with us) over so many years is touching. I am interested in a structure or two, mostly those that would work in the Colorado & Southern 1899-1906 time frame which is what I model.
||Posted - 04/22/2019 : 08:40:13 AM
Thanks everyone for the very nice comments, they are all much appreciated.
I guess that by now anyone who wanted his named structure has claimed it or does not want it so
it's open, this is what's available to all.
||Posted - 04/19/2019 : 6:10:32 PM
What a wonderful body of work. Modeling excellence on display through your photos, Greg. Thank you to both of you guys.
||Posted - 04/19/2019 : 4:16:20 PM
Hi everyone, thanks for the great comments about Bob's amazing work!
I have some more photos of Bob's great work, to feast your eyes upon.
This one shown below is a Victorian street scene that's framed like a painting is, and the whole scene is inside of a box behind the picture frame.
||Posted - 04/17/2019 : 11:52:14 PM
Wow! Thanks for sharing, Greg. Bob is an amazing modeller. I have never met him in person yet he has taught me a lot through this forum. He has been encouraging to me in my builds and an inspiration.
||Posted - 04/17/2019 : 10:27:17 AM
Thanks to Bob for allowing Greg to share these images, and thanks to Greg for sharing!
||Posted - 04/17/2019 : 10:24:05 AM
Thanks for the photos! Bob is an artist with incredible talent. Seeing samples of his work only makes it more difficult to pick a favorite topic/medium. He excels in every area!!
It's also great to put a face to "sgtbob"
Your efforts to post the photos and comments on his work are greatly appreciated,
Thank You, Dave