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  • hotpave
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    Hi Chris. Truly your Lehigh Valley loco's brilliant. Love the weathering also. Thanks

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  • tct855
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    Chris,

    Just catching up. Really nice job weathering & detailing! Thanx Thom...

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  • NKP_768
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    Awesome job Chris-when I was a wee tyke my dad and I would watch the LV/NKP run throughs on the Nickel Plate main through Argos IN. Always thought that Cornell Red made a cool contrast w/the NKP's yellow jackets.

    Doug

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  • LVRALPH
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    Absolutely outstanding!

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  • 2771_dash_chris
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    Thanks.Yes,phase III geeps

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  • jbvb
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    Nice ?Phase III? Geeps.

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  • 2771_dash_chris
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    Along with the Alcos I finished LV's other GP9 #301.I went with the final paint scheme instead of the yellow an tuscan.









    300&301 together.Notice the different placement of the horns and application of LEHIGH Valley on the long hood.




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  • MarkF
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    Nicely done Chris!

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  • wvrr
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    Very nice, Chris. I think you chose some colors that look right for those engines.

    Chuck

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  • FrankieJ
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    Outstanding modeling on these and all of the other models that you have done.I retire at the end of this year and I will be getting some serious modeling done myself. That is if the Missus doesn't overwhelm me with her "honeydo list"! At any rate,I hope my models come out as great as yours.

    Frank

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  • westernmaine
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    nicely done! That MM insignia red looks like a dead ringer for how I recall LV red looking

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  • 2771_dash_chris
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    K9...thank you

    Bernd...thank you...my 12x16 layout is in the planning stages so over the last few years I've added to the diorama for practice puposes and pictures.

    Peir...thank you also...its on a diorama but it also doubles as my test track when power is hooked up to it.The weeds are no problem.

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  • PEIR
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    Very nice! Any issues running in the "weeds"?

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  • Bernd
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    Chris,

    Nice subtle weathering job on those units. They remind of the days I used to see them rumble by at Rochester Junction.

    Nice diorama also. Looks like you put a lot of work into it.

    Bernd

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  • k9wrangler
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    Good looking units, the subtle weathering is great.

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