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February 4th- A Different Point of View

posted Feb 5, 2016, 11:50 AM by Sue Line RailRoad   [ updated Feb 5, 2016, 12:25 PM ]
Most of us look at our railroads from the side or from sightly above, but today let's take a look from a different point of view- from directly above.

Dutchman Falls (above) from the air.

How were these shots obtained? I would love to say I flew a drone over the layout while taking these photographs, but I didn't. They were made using my iPhone and a "selfie stick". It is a simple thing to do and gives you an unusual look at your railroad. Try it you just might like what you see or find areas which need so work.

Crews siding (above, left) and Leming (above, right) as seen from the air.


Robert's Crossing (above) from the air.

Sue City, south end (above, left) and north end (above, right).

Shattuck (above) from the air.

Tank cars at Robinson Oil (above, left) and downtown Brandon (above, right).

Loaded flat car at Gaspard in Sherwood (above).

Water at the south end of Sue City (above).

Lake Hamilton (above, left) and the tressel between 
Maryville and Lake Hamilton (above, right).

A crack in the street  (above, left) and traffic (above, right) in Shreveport.

The Creek (above).

The brewery in Keithville (above).

The cows in Robert's Crossing.

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