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tankertoad70 Posted - 07/26/2008 : 9:54:32 PM
Greetings Gents. If you follow the link, you will see a nice presentation of the Mt Hood Model Engineers layout in Portland, OR:
http://myweb.msoe.edu/~westr/MtHood.htm
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tankertoad70 Posted - 07/25/2012 : 5:52:09 PM
Here are some updated photos of the club layout. Much has been happening, and the Riveston area is totally remade.
This shot looks to the newly developed area that replaced downtown Riveston. The houses in the back ground are N-scale.


This is the revised area around the Riveston depot.


And here is the new coal yard and scrap dealer. The mainline that heads east, towards the Cascades can barely be seen behind the coal yard.


And here is a shot of the developing Milwaukie area, shot through the tunnel portal that leads from Portland. Portland is the latest extension being built and is currently going through track installation.

tankertoad70 Posted - 05/07/2012 : 5:03:22 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Graham Line

The paper mill was done by the late Bob Bernard,

Bob was an outstanding modeler and gentleman and is sorely missed by those who knew him. Whenever I was at a loss to come up with a building to fit a location on the layout, I asked Bob for his assistance, and by the next week, he had a building already in place!! When trying to figure out a way to camouflage this support beam at Clackamas, I asked Bob what he thought. Well, the next week, this little beauty showed up!!



Graham Line Posted - 05/06/2012 : 01:16:56 AM
The paper mill was done by the late Bob Bernard, who built many of the other structures, including the town of Timber. Rick Martin is responsible for the marvelous carved rock cut. Jim Moomaw and Gerry Howard had a big hand in the scenery along the layout edge as you enter through the front door.
secretweapon Posted - 04/30/2012 : 12:51:51 PM
Two of my friends belong to this club. T hey have a great N Trak layout.
anbhurst Posted - 07/29/2008 : 1:24:56 PM
Well Don, . .The MHME's layout is certainly a great place for Interchange cars to hang out! Thanks!

quote:
Originally posted by tankertoad70

. . .Thanks for the comments gents. . .



Rick A Posted - 07/29/2008 : 10:17:57 AM
I would agree with Al, the scenery on the Mt. Hood club layout is every bit as good as the Columbia Gorge scenery. I am especially impressed with the Paper Mill scene just to the left of the main entrance. When I stop by for their open house, I always stop and look at that scene.

My question is, who does the scenery on the Mt. Hood layout, is it a team effort, or is it done by one or two people?

Rick



MikeC Posted - 07/29/2008 : 12:00:23 AM
You guys have put together a great looking club layout, Don. I think I saw a some photos of it a few years back, but it looks like you guys have gotten quite a bit more accomplished since then.


tankertoad70 Posted - 07/28/2008 : 9:47:23 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Mr. SP

The site is our number one kid Rob's site. Some photos of the LK&R Ry. too


Thanks for the comments gents and I'll be postin' new pix of the RR time to time.
Great to see ya over here Cliff and welcome aboard!!
Mr. SP Posted - 07/28/2008 : 9:22:20 PM
The site is our number one kid Rob's site. Some photos of the LK&R Ry. too
Tabooma County Rwy Posted - 07/28/2008 : 2:57:12 PM
That certainly is a gorgeous looking bridge at Bridgeport! Beautiful scene!

I visited the club several years ago, well, gee, probably about 2000, time sure does go by, and anyway, I remember coming away with the thought that the Mt. Hood club was every bit as nice as the Gorge club - smaller, true, but just as well presented.
Mike Hamer Posted - 07/28/2008 : 11:47:57 AM
Yes, Don...thanks for sharing the link. I recall seeing images of this fine layout in the magazine press. I like how they indicate their place locations using signs suspended from the ceiling.
Frederic Testard Posted - 07/27/2008 : 6:10:26 PM
Thank you for the link, Don. Lots of good photos and many other interesting links there. Thanks for sharing.

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