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  • New scenes on the f-and-sm rr.

    While working on the f&sm with George. Hal Reynolds stop by to say hi. George wanted me later to take some shots of some of the new scenes that were recently finished. So I thought. Who better to try out my new Cannon Rebel T4i. Here are just some of what's been happening on the f&sm rr. We hope you enjoy!

    Here we see Y-6b engine #2195 passing the new locking tower to the recently finished Rocky Point Harbor shore line.

    Here we see George added a complete lighted interior to the tower with figures.

    In this view you'll notice a new street tunnel portal in the back ground.

    Across from the entrance to the newly re-located Franklin junk yard is a tunnel to the new "duck under street".

    Yes! you guessed it. Those are real lighted headlights staring back at us. George has been hard at work animating parts of the layout. He already started adding signals also.

    On the other side of the layout at the re-done & re-named Colbert yard "formally Fellsburg". George added a new switch & track to store more engines by his famous coaling tower.

    To make the scene more interesting. George added a old trestle which was abandoned in place after cinders caught fire to the structure.

    Here's a recent shot of the same area without the added trestle for comparison.

    Here we see the new locking tower for Franklin station. Tracks complete with dwarf signals added through out the yard.

  • #2
    Great photos, thanks for sharing Georges work.
    Chuck Faist

    Burlington, Ontario

    Enjoy yourself it is later than you think!


    • #3
      It is always great to see some updates photos of the F&SM. Thanks for posting them.


      • #4

        thanks for the new photos.

        Karl S.


        • #5
          As usual, great looking pictures on an outstanding model RR.

          I just wish someone would post for us members the days he has is open house before it comes and goes throughout the year. Only the ones that visit him all the time know the days he's open.

          Louis L&R Western Railroad
          Pacific Northwest Logging in the East Coast


          • #6
            Thanks for sharing these photo's. It's nice to see a fine layout, and most of us will probably never get to view George's layout in person.



            • #7
              Thanks for sharing. I always enjoy seeing what George is up to.

              Seth P.



              • #8
                As always, thanks for sharing and tell George thanks for letting you share them with us. It is always the first topic I open when there are new pictures of the FSM.


                • #9

                  Originally posted by Jeff Compton

                  As always, thanks for sharing and tell George thanks for letting you share them with us.

                  My sentiments exactly.
                  Follow along as my dog and I travel the country in our van.
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                  • #10
                    Thankyou !!!!
                    " Stay Motivated in Life "



                    • #11
                      Always great to see George's progress
                      Chris Lyon



                      • #12
                        That is one layout I would love to operate on!! BEAUTIFUL!!!!


                        • #13
                          tct855 Great looking photos, Did I see a little foreign diesel power? Also is the Y6 F&SM or other?


                          • #14


                            Thanks for the link