32465RE: [Z_Scale] BAD accident and no scrap
- May 2, 2005I bumped into this site about a month ago and sent an E-Mail to Krug
saying that I thought he had the best collections of photographs from
more than 95% of the photos on the web. The reason they are so good is
that they are taken from vantage points that only a train engineer can
get to, while the rest of us are outside looking in from the roadway or
down from a bridge. ...plus he is really funny. He had one story about
"doing it" by the "book" where if you read the book word by word, there
is no correct way -- unless the loco sprouts wings or a propeller etc.
Anyway, I looked at every one of his photos over a two week period. For
anyone else, take the time and scroll though his photos. He has some
views that are really unique plus you'll get some great ideas for
scenery. In addition he also has some train information that I'm
willing to bet you have never seen before.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf
Of Bill Hoshiko
Sent: Monday, May 02, 2005 10:40 AM
Subject: [Z_Scale] BAD accident and no scrap
"zbarr474" <d.f.avila@a...> wrote:
> Also if you have a BAD accident is there apt to be any salvage valueother than scrap metal.
Go to this link and scroll to the bottom of the page. Read the
comments just above the photo.
If you have the time to spend go here:
Great stories with great photos. I use some of them for my desktop.
If you are short on time at least read this one:
I guess that this is the third week that I have been reading Krug's
tales. I am not even 1/4 way through.
If you do not like his stories and photos, you do not like trains.
El Toro, Ca
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