Laser Cut Structure
Not much modeling for the next while for me. 🙁
I thought I would post a shot of a project I did a while back. This elevated crossing tower is based on a Canadian National prototype that sat in London, Ontario. I worked from an image in one of Ian Wilson’s books to get the proportions correct.
Perspective from the other side of the table
The big show…
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Image copyright 2005 Tim Warris
From July 8th to the 10th, 2005, in Cincinnati, was the NMRA Train show and convention, our first time attending one of these as an exhibitor. Since there are plenty of sites out there with pictures and information about the show, I thought I would be a little different and touch on what it is like on “the other side of the table.”
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From the other side of the table.
Well another one in the can! The 2008 Train Show in Anaheim, California was a lot of work, and a lot of fun, like always…
While there I took 500 pictures. Today I narrowed them down to about 100 or so and organized them into easily navigated galleries. Each group of pictures is categorized into its own gallery, simply click on the image to open the gallery. Click on the first image then use the arrow keys to navigate back and fourth between images.
Leaving Home – The flight to LA
Modeling with the Masters – Turnout building clinic
Set Up – Building the Fast Tracks booth
Their Show – Sights at the NMRA Train Show
Our Show – Scenes from the Fast Tracks Booth
Tear Down – The fun at the end of the show
Train Watching – Wandering around Cajon Pass
Gone Hollywood – Sightseeing around LA
Homeward Bound – Heading Home