7088Re: [z_scale] Re: Z muZeum
- Nov 3, 2001David, If you do it, you could provide links to the page that have
the Marklin and Micro trains stuff shown alraeady (Z world etc).
What i would like to se is either three or four pictures of the same
thing (Side, End, Top and if needed an Obverse). That way we could
get a better handle on how things might appear if we had one to look
at. This would apply to cars as well as locomotives.
just a thought
> Now, my main concern is bandwidth, so resolution would have to be
> down. I'll think about a way to set this up. I encourage any
> At 05:39 PM 11/3/2001 +0000, you wrote:
> >This post is directed for David Karp for consideration.
> >I really like this idea of a virutal museum from Daniel Baechtold.
> >I think he is really on to something. Now here is what I was
> >David, your web site www.zscale.org is probably one of the most
> >professional looking and best conceived sites in any model
> >railroad scale. The content has already become a reference for
> >Z_Scale members and it continues to develop at a good clip.
> >I have also noticed that you have a growing collection of US and
> >relatively scarce European models. Hmmm...
> >So...how much space do you have available on your server?
> >Would you like to host a photo gallery of Z items as a reference
> >source for the Z universe?
> >I would be happy to supply photos of the NMRA Heritage cars as
> >well as my scratch built stuff. I'm sure that Hans Riddervold,
> >Harald Freudenreich, Rob Kluz, Reynard Wellman, Chris Miller,
> >Bob Olsen et al would agree to have their products posted in the
> >What say you?
> >Jeffrey MacHan
> >SIG disturber!
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