Depot Stop: A.T. & S. F.

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    This spectacular small real working steam locomotive is only about 30" tall. It took 25 years to build at over $250,000. Fantastic!

    mubash!r, Dad_Eh, and 52 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Eric Curry 64 months ago | reply

      From the series:

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      Big boys with big toys. This strikingly beautiful "real" scale steam locomotive and one of the enthusiasts who work on them. This particular locomotive required over 26 years to build, at a cost of about $250,000. Clearly not a commitment to be undertaken lightly, the rewards of following this focused pursuit is now a spectacular piece of miniature American railroad hardware that so many others can now enjoy.

    2. Carlsson 2D 62 months ago | reply

      Your most eyecatching shot. At 1st you´d think it was a trick, then you realize its a model. Love the way the tank gradiates, one of those details that got me going. I think I told you by mail, anyway, I kind of miss a stray of light on his hat. Minor setback, no offense please.

    3. paspog 62 months ago | reply

      Creative Photo's
      You are a very good and creative Artist and I really like your Creative Photo.
      After five awards from Creative Photo please post in our MASTER-group!
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    4. Gravityx9 62 months ago | reply

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      well done!!!! animated smiley bravo

      What a Creative image!
      Creative Photo's
      You are a very good and creative Artist and I really like your Creative Photo.
      After FIVE awards from Creative Photo please post in our MASTER-group!
      This photo was seen in:

      Creative Photo (Post 1 - Comment 3 or more)

    5. Eric Curry 61 months ago | reply

      Thanks Antonio: I guess you like my shots, I can see you are commenting or picking them as favorites, thanks. REgards: Eric

    6. RohcNem 61 months ago | reply

      I love your photos. Best I've ever seen!

    7. tackyshack 58 months ago | reply

      Always amazing!

    8. Eric Curry 58 months ago | reply

      thanks Tackyshack:

      I try to blow minds

    9. Jay Art's 56 months ago | reply

      The scale of the train makes this picture so surealistic!!!

    10. Justin.photo 54 months ago | reply

      This is freaking me out! My first though, of course, was that it was a work of Photoshop. You did a beautiful job considering this crazy circumstance. :)

    11. Saqib Karori - TucsonRailfan 53 months ago | reply

      What a great work!! I thought as well that this was photoshoped. Marvelous.

    12. A R L O 47 months ago | reply

      this is one the best photos i have seen in awhile i would love to be next to that train feeling like a giant

    13. Gary Phillips2010 18 months ago | reply

      Excellent lighting!

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