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OnlineRender
10-24-2009, 02:45 PM
Howdy hope all is well here's some images of some rare tools / tools in general .

1 of my uncles is hardcore into miniture steam trains , he builds them from scratch and sells them to collectors for a large profit ,he's good at what he does and there's tools galore in his workshop ,but batt died on my camera before i get more .............but 4 u .

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PEACE

OnlineRender
10-24-2009, 02:46 PM
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allabulle
10-24-2009, 02:47 PM
Lovely way to make a living. Thanks for sharing. And I don't know why but I love trains too. Weird, but true.

OnlineRender
10-24-2009, 02:50 PM
the top train can pull 4 ton (",) , there mega powerfull for small objects , some of the stuff in his workshop is just draw dropping , I could spend all day in there .

allabulle
10-26-2009, 06:29 PM
the top train can pull 4 ton (",) , there mega powerfull for small objects , some of the stuff in his workshop is just draw dropping , I could spend all day in there .

Lucky you! I would spend a lot of time in that workshop too. If you go visiting and care to take more pictures to share it would be much appreciated.

I remember going with my father to a town near Barcelona that [still?] has a classic vapor train replica fully functional; they allowed kids to sit on top of the wagons and "ride" for a while through real replica rails. Nice memories.

Thanks for sharing. :--)

h2oStudios
10-26-2009, 11:03 PM
Now that's something. Reminds me of my Grandfather's stuff in a way; he was a watchmaker. Nice.:thumbsup:

Now ask me to speed-model one of those and I'll do a wrench :D

JonW
10-26-2009, 11:39 PM
The haulage power of the Shay is amazing. There is a model railway north of Sydney. In summer if there is a fire ban they canít run the steam locos due to the fire risk.

The engineering in all these locos is just unbelievable.


http://www.sydneyhillsaustralia.com.au/directory_details.asp?ID=2347