Welcome to the Mad Doctor's Workbench of Mystery.
The "Mad Doctor" part comes from comments given to me on several model railroad forums, due to my borderline committable, virgo-istic approach to detailing models... The "Mystery" part... well, nobody knows what might be conjured up during my model railroading exploits...
A little background. I have had a love for trains pretty much my whole life, so much so that I hired out with BNSF in 2001 and currently working as a Locomotive Engineer. Model railroading has played a major role in my life. My interest has transformed from "playing with trains" to replicating the Southern Pacific Railroad's Oregon Division, circa July, 1967 in N scale(1/160th). I have taken a keen interest in the railroad operations associated with the lumber industry.
I decided to start this blog as a more universal way to expose my model work. I plan to update my blog as my projects progress, but everyone knows how "plans" work... I do document my progress by way of photographic evidence as I plan(there's that word again...) to share.
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