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Re: Coming around the bend, in On30...

Tom Grabenstein
 

Very nicely done and I enjoyed the picture composition as well. Tom


On Mar 12, 2020, at 8:20 AM, William Uffelman via Groups.Io <ufffam@...> wrote:

Looks good!

Bill Uffelman 


On Thu, Mar 12, 2020 at 7:49 AM, Mark Lewis
<narrowrails12@...> wrote:
Great looking scene, Lee! 👍

Mark Lewis
Narrow gauge modeling in N.C.

On Thu, Mar 12, 2020, 12:16 AM Lee Bishop <leebishop1944@...> wrote:
ET&WNC # 12 drifts past the Ensor farm at Sadie, Tennessee one late sweltering afternoon in August, 1943, heading for Johnson City and a much-needed meal for the crew:
<Sadie Bound.jpg>

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Lee Bishop
Owner, Stoney Creek branch of the ET&WNC in On30 gauge
<Sadie Bound.jpg>


Re: Coming around the bend, in On30...

William Uffelman
 

Looks good!

Bill Uffelman 


On Thu, Mar 12, 2020 at 7:49 AM, Mark Lewis
<narrowrails12@...> wrote:
Great looking scene, Lee! 👍

Mark Lewis
Narrow gauge modeling in N.C.

On Thu, Mar 12, 2020, 12:16 AM Lee Bishop <leebishop1944@...> wrote:
ET&WNC # 12 drifts past the Ensor farm at Sadie, Tennessee one late sweltering afternoon in August, 1943, heading for Johnson City and a much-needed meal for the crew:

--
Lee Bishop
Owner, Stoney Creek branch of the ET&WNC in On30 gauge


Re: Coming around the bend, in On30...

Mark Lewis
 

Great looking scene, Lee! 👍

Mark Lewis
Narrow gauge modeling in N.C.

On Thu, Mar 12, 2020, 12:16 AM Lee Bishop <leebishop1944@...> wrote:
ET&WNC # 12 drifts past the Ensor farm at Sadie, Tennessee one late sweltering afternoon in August, 1943, heading for Johnson City and a much-needed meal for the crew:

--
Lee Bishop
Owner, Stoney Creek branch of the ET&WNC in On30 gauge


Coming around the bend, in On30...

Lee Bishop
 

ET&WNC # 12 drifts past the Ensor farm at Sadie, Tennessee one late sweltering afternoon in August, 1943, heading for Johnson City and a much-needed meal for the crew:

--
Lee Bishop
Owner, Stoney Creek branch of the ET&WNC in On30 gauge


Re: NG convention in 2022?

Lee Bishop
 

Todd,
Here you go: https://www.flickr.com/photos/53587910@N05/albums/72157668176638961
The link in my signature line takes to my short website which talks about some of it in (rambling) detail...
The more I think on it, the more I wish I'd modelled Port Rayon/Bemberg in the center of the layout, with the east end being Johnson City and the other the fictional line to Stoney Creek. Oh well, nobody builds the perfect layout...
The dual gauge with O/On30 would have required hand layout track anyway, something I really didn't wanna do.
--
Lee Bishop
Owner, Stoney Creek branch of the ET&WNC in On30 gauge


Re: NG convention in 2022?

 

I probably won’t be coming that way, but would love to see the layout in pictures. I have debated “ protolancing “ like you have. Just haven’t had the time.

Todd Pearson


On Mar 4, 2020, at 10:00 AM, Lee Bishop <leebishop1944@...> wrote:

I'd love to have any member of the ET&WNC association of this IO group to visit (just keep in mind, my layout is a fictional branch line, not a representation of any real part of the ET&WNC as I simply lacked the space to re-create any real ET&WNC scenes). Once the time comes around, I'll post more on that, so any ET&WNC fan can come to visit if they want.
Also, if anyone wants to know more about the local RR stuff, I'd be happy to answer questions about that as well. There's a lot to see in this area!
--
Lee Bishop
Owner, Stoney Creek branch of the ET&WNC in On30 gauge


Re: NG convention in 2022?

Lee Bishop
 

I'd love to have any member of the ET&WNC association of this IO group to visit (just keep in mind, my layout is a fictional branch line, not a representation of any real part of the ET&WNC as I simply lacked the space to re-create any real ET&WNC scenes). Once the time comes around, I'll post more on that, so any ET&WNC fan can come to visit if they want.
Also, if anyone wants to know more about the local RR stuff, I'd be happy to answer questions about that as well. There's a lot to see in this area!
--
Lee Bishop
Owner, Stoney Creek branch of the ET&WNC in On30 gauge


Re: NG convention in 2022?

johnny graybeal
 

I plan on being there. Would love to see  your layout.
Johnny Graybeal


Re: NG convention in 2022?

Dan Stenger
 

Tentatively, yes.  I would love to visit your layout if we can attended.

Dan Stenger


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From: "Lee Bishop"
To: ETWNC@groups.io
Cc:
Sent: Tuesday March 3 2020 6:15:44PM
Subject: [ETWNC] NG convention in 2022?

Okay, I know it's insanely early to ask, but is anyone looking to come to the Seattle/Tacoma WA area for the 2022 NG convention?
Lots of steam between the Seattle and Portland areas, and a lot of class 1 traffic.
There are several narrow gauge layouts in the region as well.
As far as I know I'm the only ET&WNC modeler in the region, but if anyone here is coming, let me know. My layout is pretty small but I'd love for anyone who really knows the ET&WNC to see it in person (it might be on the layout tours, as one of the organizers is a pal of mine and already pushing me to offer up the layout for tours and to put on at least one clinic)...
--
Lee Bishop
Owner, Stoney Creek branch of the ET&WNC in On30 gauge


NG convention in 2022?

Lee Bishop
 

Okay, I know it's insanely early to ask, but is anyone looking to come to the Seattle/Tacoma WA area for the 2022 NG convention?
Lots of steam between the Seattle and Portland areas, and a lot of class 1 traffic.
There are several narrow gauge layouts in the region as well.
As far as I know I'm the only ET&WNC modeler in the region, but if anyone here is coming, let me know. My layout is pretty small but I'd love for anyone who really knows the ET&WNC to see it in person (it might be on the layout tours, as one of the organizers is a pal of mine and already pushing me to offer up the layout for tours and to put on at least one clinic)...
--
Lee Bishop
Owner, Stoney Creek branch of the ET&WNC in On30 gauge


Re: Asheville Train show and 41st NNGC

Steve Austin <sea110947@...>
 

This weekend. Friday 12-7, Saturday 9-5. Fletcher, across the highway from the Asheville airport.

Come see the Country RRoads Modular layout.

Steve Austin


On Wed, Feb 26, 2020, 7:49 PM Chris Ford <chris@...> wrote:
When is the Asheville Train Show Johnny?

 
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Chris Ford
President - ET&WNC Railroad Historical Society
www.etwncrrhs.org
chris@...
901-497-0809
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www.cfordart.com

On Wed, 26 Feb 2020 16:40:03 -0800, "johnny graybeal" <johnnyg@...> wrote:
 
My apologies for any cross posts.
Hello everyone,
I will be set up at the Asheville Train Show Friday and Saturday, to promote the ET&WNC RR and to promote the Hickory National Narrow Gauge Convention, coming in less than a year and a half to Hickory NC. I welcome anyone in this group to come by and talk to me about the convention and what you can do to participate. I look forward to meeting many of you over the next year.
Johnny Graybeal
41st NNGC Committee Chairman 


Re: Asheville Train show and 41st NNGC

Chris Ford
 

When is the Asheville Train Show Johnny?

 
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Chris Ford
President - ET&WNC Railroad Historical Society
www.etwncrrhs.org
chris@...
901-497-0809
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www.cfordart.com

On Wed, 26 Feb 2020 16:40:03 -0800, "johnny graybeal" <johnnyg@...> wrote:
 
My apologies for any cross posts.
Hello everyone,
I will be set up at the Asheville Train Show Friday and Saturday, to promote the ET&WNC RR and to promote the Hickory National Narrow Gauge Convention, coming in less than a year and a half to Hickory NC. I welcome anyone in this group to come by and talk to me about the convention and what you can do to participate. I look forward to meeting many of you over the next year.
Johnny Graybeal
41st NNGC Committee Chairman 


Asheville Train show and 41st NNGC

johnny graybeal
 

My apologies for any cross posts.
Hello everyone,
I will be set up at the Asheville Train Show Friday and Saturday, to promote the ET&WNC RR and to promote the Hickory National Narrow Gauge Convention, coming in less than a year and a half to Hickory NC. I welcome anyone in this group to come by and talk to me about the convention and what you can do to participate. I look forward to meeting many of you over the next year.
Johnny Graybeal
41st NNGC Committee Chairman 


Growing a Forest at Linville North Carolina on the ET&WNC RR

Tom Grabenstein
 

  • Helga and Heidi from Germany are moving to Linville North Carolina. Being rather affluent, they have their brand-new T-Model in tow behind the ET&WNC RR passenger train.



    Conductor Cy Crumley knows just the place outside of Linville to let then get a good glimpse of the Blue Ridge Mountains.





    While quite a stunning view, Heidi would rather play in the car.



    These are some of the many trees I've been working on this weekend to give the layout a mountainous look.



    The layout has sure come a long way from the blue foam stage.



    Thanks for looking.

    Doc Tom



  • Re: Little People come to Linville. With the help of the

    Tom Grabenstein
     

    Thank you all for following along with this project. Dr Tom


    On Feb 21, 2020, at 8:26 PM, William Uffelman via Groups.Io <ufffam@...> wrote:

    Nicely done!

    Bill Uffelman


    On Fri, Feb 21, 2020 at 9:12 PM, Tom Grabenstein
    <tomgmd@...> wrote:
    I thought I would switch tracks this week and make some little people to populate the Linville LDE.

    I started with everyone's favorite “Tweetsie” engineer, Mr. Sherman Pippin.



    Shapeways 3-D printing makes a very nice rendition of this iconic figure. With paint, paint washes, and dry brushing I created my model of Mr. Pippin.



    I did not want to stop with Mr. P and have attempted a recreation of Mr. Cy Crumley, a beloved conductor on the ET&WNC RR. Here are Messers Pippin and Crumley posing in classic railroad photos with two friends from Germany Helga and Heidi (Orange plastic Preiser figures with paint jobs.).







    Shapeways was nice enough to make a working man Mr Pippin shoveling coal.So I put him to work.



    The story goes that Mr. Pippin, always a kind gentleman, offered to shovel coal for Fireman Fred when his back was out. All Fred had to do was drive the locomotive. Sherman did holler some instructions to Fred above the noise of the panting locomotive.





    Thanks for looking. Doc Tom


    Re: ET&WNC #207 & #208 1962-63 photos posted

    Andy
     

    Hi Lee,
    Yes, I am also a member on that discussion group.   I forgot to mention the gentleman also posted color 1962 photos of 192 in Rebel Railroad paint along with 1965 photos of Tweetsie #12 and #192 in two other paint schemes.

    Andy 

    http://ngdiscussion.net/phorum/read.php?1,389431


    Re: Little People come to Linville. With the help of the ET&WNC RR.

    Julia Williams Kodak
     

    These are wonderful!!


    -----Original Message-----
    From: Mark Lewis <narrowrails12@...>
    To: ETWNC <ETWNC@groups.io>
    Sent: Fri, Feb 21, 2020 9:28 pm
    Subject: Re: [ETWNC] Little People come to Linville. With the help of the ET&WNC RR.

    The figures look great, Dr.Tom.

    Mark Lewis 
    Narrow gauge modeling in N.C.

    On Fri, Feb 21, 2020, 9:12 PM Tom Grabenstein <tomgmd@...> wrote:
    I thought I would switch tracks this week and make some little people to populate the Linville LDE.

    I started with everyone's favorite “Tweetsie” engineer, Mr. Sherman Pippin.



    Shapeways 3-D printing makes a very nice rendition of this iconic figure. With paint, paint washes, and dry brushing I created my model of Mr. Pippin.



    I did not want to stop with Mr. P and have attempted a recreation of Mr. Cy Crumley, a beloved conductor on the ET&WNC RR. Here are Messers Pippin and Crumley posing in classic railroad photos with two friends from Germany Helga and Heidi (Orange plastic Preiser figures with paint jobs.).







    Shapeways was nice enough to make a working man Mr Pippin shoveling coal.So I put him to work.



    The story goes that Mr. Pippin, always a kind gentleman, offered to shovel coal for Fireman Fred when his back was out. All Fred had to do was drive the locomotive. Sherman did holler some instructions to Fred above the noise of the panting locomotive.





    Thanks for looking. Doc Tom


    Re: Little People come to Linville. With the help of the ET&WNC RR.

    Mark Lewis
     

    The figures look great, Dr.Tom.

    Mark Lewis 
    Narrow gauge modeling in N.C.

    On Fri, Feb 21, 2020, 9:12 PM Tom Grabenstein <tomgmd@...> wrote:
    I thought I would switch tracks this week and make some little people to populate the Linville LDE.

    I started with everyone's favorite “Tweetsie” engineer, Mr. Sherman Pippin.



    Shapeways 3-D printing makes a very nice rendition of this iconic figure. With paint, paint washes, and dry brushing I created my model of Mr. Pippin.



    I did not want to stop with Mr. P and have attempted a recreation of Mr. Cy Crumley, a beloved conductor on the ET&WNC RR. Here are Messers Pippin and Crumley posing in classic railroad photos with two friends from Germany Helga and Heidi (Orange plastic Preiser figures with paint jobs.).







    Shapeways was nice enough to make a working man Mr Pippin shoveling coal.So I put him to work.



    The story goes that Mr. Pippin, always a kind gentleman, offered to shovel coal for Fireman Fred when his back was out. All Fred had to do was drive the locomotive. Sherman did holler some instructions to Fred above the noise of the panting locomotive.





    Thanks for looking. Doc Tom


    Re: Little People come to Linville. With the help of the

    William Uffelman
     

    Nicely done!

    Bill Uffelman


    On Fri, Feb 21, 2020 at 9:12 PM, Tom Grabenstein
    <tomgmd@...> wrote:
    I thought I would switch tracks this week and make some little people to populate the Linville LDE.

    I started with everyone's favorite “Tweetsie” engineer, Mr. Sherman Pippin.



    Shapeways 3-D printing makes a very nice rendition of this iconic figure. With paint, paint washes, and dry brushing I created my model of Mr. Pippin.



    I did not want to stop with Mr. P and have attempted a recreation of Mr. Cy Crumley, a beloved conductor on the ET&WNC RR. Here are Messers Pippin and Crumley posing in classic railroad photos with two friends from Germany Helga and Heidi (Orange plastic Preiser figures with paint jobs.).







    Shapeways was nice enough to make a working man Mr Pippin shoveling coal.So I put him to work.



    The story goes that Mr. Pippin, always a kind gentleman, offered to shovel coal for Fireman Fred when his back was out. All Fred had to do was drive the locomotive. Sherman did holler some instructions to Fred above the noise of the panting locomotive.





    Thanks for looking. Doc Tom


    Little People come to Linville. With the help of the ET&WNC RR.

    Tom Grabenstein
     

    I thought I would switch tracks this week and make some little people to populate the Linville LDE.

    I started with everyone's favorite “Tweetsie” engineer, Mr. Sherman Pippin.



    Shapeways 3-D printing makes a very nice rendition of this iconic figure. With paint, paint washes, and dry brushing I created my model of Mr. Pippin.



    I did not want to stop with Mr. P and have attempted a recreation of Mr. Cy Crumley, a beloved conductor on the ET&WNC RR. Here are Messers Pippin and Crumley posing in classic railroad photos with two friends from Germany Helga and Heidi (Orange plastic Preiser figures with paint jobs.).







    Shapeways was nice enough to make a working man Mr Pippin shoveling coal.So I put him to work.



    The story goes that Mr. Pippin, always a kind gentleman, offered to shovel coal for Fireman Fred when his back was out. All Fred had to do was drive the locomotive. Sherman did holler some instructions to Fred above the noise of the panting locomotive.





    Thanks for looking. Doc Tom

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