Re: [Z_Scale] Re: John Cubbins Snowdiorama and Davids GP40 mod
- Hi Ronald,
I feel the same way. I especially enjoy viewing the
diorama when I've been outside in the Texas heat and
want to go inside and sit back with a Mojito. Chill down a bit.
In fact, if I look at it too long while the AC is running I begin
looking around for a sweater!
This diorama captures all those Winters I spent up in the
Rockies a couple of decades ago. But it got to where I could
no longer abide the long cold and dark of Colorado.
Wasn't there a Z scaler who built a beautiful 4 Seasons
layout that was featured in Model Railroader a while back?
On Jul 5, 2008, at 6:47 PM, ronaldjhurley wrote:
> I saved this to savor when I had some time on a Saturday night.
> Wow! Thanks so much
> for sharing the details with us all. What a treat to see a master
> work created! I'm sure
> there are other wonderful artists creating beautiful works but few
> share like John and
> Jurg... we are all very grateful. ron
> > Dear Friends
> > I've finished the website with the progress from John Cubbin's
> > Snowdiorama a minute ago and I've placed some pictures of David
> > Freehlings great GP40 mod along with several other "Snowshots" on a
> > special site too. Let me say thanks for all the great work that my
> > Friends are doing for me, it's very appreciated.
> > http://www.rosetown.ch/News/Sdiorama.htm
> > http://www.rosetown.ch/News/Snowshots.htm
> > Sincerley
> > Jürg
> > http://www.rosetown.ch
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>Wasn't there a Z scaler who built a beautiful 4 SeasonsYes, it was a layout built by Lynn St Laurent, that has been sold since then to a fellow member of this group, living in Sweden or in Norway, and whom I forgot the name.....
>layout that was featured in Model Railroader a while back?
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