Re: Steve Lamora's story/layout
- -Thank You Andy.Yes all of the hobbie shops in the Albany area are
sold out,Which i'am very happy about.Did you see the #11 when i
brought to the gettogether last year?I can bring it this year if you
like.The only place thatstill might have the mag is Victoria Station
in Warrensburgh?You can order them direct from Railmodel Journal.I
need to order more for some familey members.
-- In FJGRailroad@yahoogroups.com, "andrewsfusco" <fusco@b...>
> Albeit a tad belately, I just yesterday obtained a copy
> of the Feb. 2004 Railmodel Journal. What a treat! I got
> the very last copy Central Hobby in Syracuse had. The
> fellow who runs the place says they get 12 copies monthly,
> sell an average of 6 and send back unsold an average of
> six per month. This issue sold out at a brisk pace for an
> obviously worthy reason.
> I read here all the great comments about the High Bridge
> views and agree wholeheartedly. I do love, however, the
> cover shot and the B&W photos #5 and #6 which so wonderfully
> capture the cut and fill look required to have built the line
> from Sammonsville to Fonda. Terrific modeling.
> I confess jealousy over Steve's #11. Have long wanted to
> do that engine myself because MTH makes a nice 0-8-0 in
> O Gauge, which is very prototypical. At least now when I
> get around to it, I'll have Steve's model to follow.
> All and all, a superior job deserving of huge praise.---Andy
> (p.s. son Adam admires the grass and weeds between
> the rails.)