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Date: 02/25/24 05:17
Sunday is Grande
Author: GrandJunction

The local crews are switching the mill, while the big units get service.
Thanks to Andy Chabot (wheel_slip) for taking the pictures.

James Evans








Date: 02/25/24 07:35
Re: Sunday is Grande
Author: rnb3

Great scenes James! I like the Grand Junction based side boom in the background. It was the only one on the Grande with a drop deck flat. 

Rick Bacon
Windsor, CO



Date: 02/25/24 11:51
Re: Sunday is Grande
Author: GrandJunction

Thank you Rick



Date: 02/25/24 13:30
Re: Sunday is Grande
Author: wabash2800

And this is N scale? Very good.

Victor Baird



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 02/25/24 14:54 by wabash2800.



Date: 02/25/24 15:11
Re: Sunday is Grande
Author: GrandJunction

HO Scale



Date: 02/25/24 15:50
Re: Sunday is Grande
Author: wabash2800

Sorry, I guess I confused your post with other modeler here that posts under Grande Road?

GrandJunction Wrote:
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> HO Scale



Date: 02/25/24 16:34
Re: Sunday is Grande
Author: TomG

Is your sanding tower commercial, kitbashed or scratch built?



Date: 02/25/24 18:21
Re: Sunday is Grande
Author: PHall

wabash2800 Wrote:
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> Sorry, I guess I confused your post with other
> modeler here that posts under Grande Road?
>
> GrandJunction Wrote:
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> -----
> > HO Scale

The N scale gent spells it GRAND, no E.



Date: 02/26/24 14:40
Re: Sunday is Grande
Author: wheel_slip

TomG Wrote:
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> Is your sanding tower commercial, kitbashed or
> scratch built?

Tom,
The sanding tower is a Diamond Scale Products craftsman kit that I built probably 20 years ago or so. They still have it on their website (horrible website) but it's there.

I gave it to James when he was putting together his engine house area a few years ago.

Andy



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