Re: Fw: [deerfieldriver] New Pictures posted
- Thanks Don for this post. I wanted to see pictures of the "Hawk" and the tramp steamer
and ended up applying to join the deerfieldriver discussion group. My application has been
approved so I am going to invite any members who might be interested to join us on the
pop-pop-steamboats group. I won't have an internet connection from sometime Monday
to about the end of the week and will suggest that anyone who might be interested in
anything that we have in files, photos or links should ask you to look for it.
Thanks again for this wonderful lead.
Best wishes to all, old Frank
--- In email@example.com, "Donald Munsey Jr." <dmunseyjr@...>
> POP-POP-BOATS FANS!
> Here is a message from another list from a purveyor of 1:48 laser cut kits.
> They have two which might interest the Pop-Pop-Steamboat crowd, an 1887 tug
> "Hawk" and a small tramp steamer.
> Don Munsey, Jr.
> Sn42 and Hn42 logging fan
> Virginian Rwy fan
> Bonsai grasshopper
> Living in the UpperRightCorner of Louisiana.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Ed Fillion" <edward448@...>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Friday, September 08, 2006 5:02 PM
> Subject: [deerfieldriver] New Pictures posted
> > Hi Guys and Girls,
> > I have posted some new pictures of the 1887 tug boat Hawk. The cabin
> > is now completed and the hull rusted up. Also, I added new pictures
> > of the combine and caboose, with shots of the tramp steamer in the
> > background. Also, some new pictures of the larger, one stall
> > enginehouse with the framing and floor in place.
> > The pilot houses (cabins) for both the tug boat and tramp steamer
> > will be ready for shipping as "Bare Bones Kits" as soon as I write
> > the instructions for each. They will be in the $18 to $20 range.
> > We recently got back from a week in Maine and got to see the WW&F
> > museum and the Boothbay Railroad Village. The combines are wonderful,
> > the engines small. We got great photos for detailing a lobster boat
> > kit at Perkins Cove. On the way home we hit Clark's Trading Post in
> > Lincoln, NH, to see the standard gauge Climax and bear show.
> > We are gearing up for the Oct 27 and 28 Mid-Hudson On30 show in New
> > Paltz, NY. This show is a lot of fun, very lay back with about 50
> > people and 6 vendors like Dallas of BVM, Don Kralick of Xeodon
> > Design, John Weigel with the Bachmann stuff, Clem of Warrior Run, Ray
> > of Crusader Models and Pat H. of Valley Model Trains. If you want
> > more info, let me know. The Conneticut group of the NBR&N will be
> > there with their 35 foot On30 moduler set up.
> > Take care, and thanks for looking,
> > Ed Fillion, Deerfield River Laser
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