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Skullbonz Art Gallery - May, 5th- Train Set and more

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Hi Skullbonz!  Better late than never.  I was rummaging thru some old photos and found this pic of one of my dad's train layouts.

 

I want to say this is mid 1990's....one of many layouts...they got smaller as he got older.  It's an old Polaroid and didn't have a date on it.

 

There's a small amusement park, village, oil tank, some construction going on, and the big tunnel is at the far end with elevated tracks and all.

 

Looks like he had more than one train running, too.   Ahhh.....brings back memories..... :)       I hope you enjoy the picture.

 

 

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(Sorry, left the pic at full size because the quality is so poor.)

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Wow! I am still trying to catch up on everyone's galleries, but I just have to say: your Star Trek picture is one of the best anythings EVER. I love the placid landscape...and then all the galactic drama and the Enterprise just cruising along all, "Nothing to see here, folks."

 

 

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I hate that I'm only just now reading this, nearly 7 years later.  However, I'm so glad to be here, right now.  I've always been interested in GFX, but I've allowed myself to feel that things were simply too complex.  I understand logic.  Programming.  GFX design has always seemed so foreign, yet so freakin' cool!  Most coders I know, suck with GFX, but I want to free myself from my self-proclaimed, "coder's curse".

 

You've inspired me.  This forum's inspired me.

Time to get to work.

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