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Date: 03/14/17 04:52
Two malleys, one caboose.
Author: bxmoore

Some power-balancing fun at Quisling CA.

Happy days.

Brian

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Date: 03/14/17 07:16
Re: Two malleys, one caboose.
Author: boejoe

Thanks Brian;

  I always enjoy seeing your photos/videos.  The two bulldozers are very interesting pieces.  Who is the manufacturer?  I recognize the Hennis tractor trailer as being introduced by Ulrich many, many years ago.  Keep your photos coming.  Thanks.



Date: 03/14/17 07:24
Re: Two malleys, one caboose.
Author: FiveChime

I enjoyed seeing your collection of packing crate labels there in the foreground and of course as always, your detailed SP locomotives and cars.

Regards, Jim Evans



Date: 03/14/17 07:26
Re: Two malleys, one caboose.
Author: bxmoore

boejoe Wrote:
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> Thanks Brian;
>
>   I always enjoy seeing your photos/videos.
>  The two bulldozers are very interesting pieces.
>  Who is the manufacturer?  I recognize the
> Hennis tractor trailer as being introduced by
> Ulrich many, many years ago.  Keep your photos
> coming.  Thanks.
Thank you. The dozers are Woodland Scenics kits.



Date: 03/14/17 07:29
Re: Two malleys, one caboose.
Author: bxmoore

FiveChime Wrote:
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> I enjoyed seeing your collection of packing crate
> labels there in the foreground and of course as
> always, your detailed SP locomotives and cars.
>
> Regards, Jim Evans
Thanks, Jim. I re-worked the labels to give them some local association.
Brian 








Date: 03/14/17 07:49
Re: Two malleys, one caboose.
Author: rrman6

Better call the MOW gang into the picture to get that reefer that's "bit the dirt".  Great modeling here!



Date: 03/14/17 07:58
Re: Two malleys, one caboose.
Author: Dilworth

beautiful scene



Date: 03/14/17 14:34
Re: Two malleys, one caboose.
Author: Westbound

Nice vintage California feel to this SP scene. You have done a couple of things many modelers miss: installed switchstands and have painted white the lower areas of the telegraph poles exposed to vehicles.



Date: 03/15/17 13:24
Re: Two malleys, one caboose.
Author: ATSF3751

Beautiful!! Nice weathering and attention to detail. One thing....isn't a mallet a loco with a high pressure and low pressure cylinders? Or did SP just call them Malley's anyway?



Date: 03/15/17 16:35
Re: Two malleys, one caboose.
Author: bxmoore

ATSF3751 Wrote:
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> Beautiful!! Nice weathering and attention to
> detail. One thing....isn't a mallet a loco with a
> high pressure and low pressure cylinders? Or did
> SP just call them Malley's anyway?
Thanks. Your latter presumption is correct: the SP called them malleys anyway (and sometimes "back-up malleys").

Brian



Date: 03/24/17 14:54
Re: Two malleys, one caboose.
Author: NGotwalt

The correct spelling is Mallet, pronounced Malley, as the inventored hailed from the French speaking portions of Switzerland.
Nick



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