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Shasta Pacific Railroad

Started by NORCALLOGGER, June 11, 2021, 07:45:11 AM

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Hi all, haven't posted here in a long while because I haven't been doing the kind of work that is normally shown here.
However here is a short video of my 1:20 scale outdoor railroad taken at last weekends open house/ops session.
Maybe a few will enjoy it.



From what I see, you do excellent work and it is in the same category as some others on the forum. The layout looks very good and your modeling and finishing are excellent. I suspect I'm not the only one to enjoy it. I absolutely would have published the layout as a major feature when I was doing Outdoor Railroader and the models in Finescale and the Logging Annuals. -- Russ


Very Nice and interesting
Never Let someone who has done nothing tell you how to do anything
Stuart McPherson

Bill Gill

Rick, Looks like an enjoyable railroad to operate and also just watch the trains roll by.
Thanks for the post.

Ray Dunakin

I love it, and your layout looks great!

What group is that? I really dig that bass singer, reminds me of Southern gospel music.

Visit my website to see pics of the rugged and rocky In-ko-pah Railroad!

Ray Dunakin's World


Rick, thanks for showing nice shots.
Regards Helmut
the journey is the goal


Thanks everybody, glad you enjoyed it.

Ray, not sure of the groups name I had never heard them before, I just supplied the props, go to the You Tube site and ask, I'm sure Charley will answer you.

Russ, Thank you, that means a lot coming from you.

Chuck Doan

"They're most important to me. Most important. All the little details." -Joseph Cotten, Shadow of a Doubt