Facebook Page

Odessa, Texas S Scale Module Images

by Philippe Coquet

Edited by Craig S. O'Connell, July 23, 2008

Click on the thumbnails to see the larger images.

BN SD40-2 7060 (Overland brass model
superbly super detailed and weathered
by former Michel Elkin)
is passing the Grant Avenue Crossing

HOWARD'S Shoes shop (fully scratch-built
with custom laser cut doors & window frames)



The prototype, in downtown Buffalo NY (2002)

The same scene at night
(Millers Engineering's Electroluminescent lamps as ceiling)


At the intersection of West 1st Street and Texas Ave, stands the now derelict Cactus Bar

The Cactus Bar prototype standing in Carrizozo NM
(copyright Wim Wenders)


Along West 1st, a BN caboose (Overland Rio Grande model customized for matching BN specs) for the very last days of operations, with blind windows
On West 1st street, a 80' Pete
(Spec Cast model) is roaming along
the railroad double main line.


The Lyric Theatre on West 1st Street , now abandoned, used to be one of the famous Art Deco structures of Odessa TX in the 80s. It was unfortunately demolished in the 90s.

The prototype of the Lyric Theatre, standing in Odessa TX in the 80’ (copyright Wim Wenders)


A heavy freight is passing along with Tunnel Motors 8506 (SP) and 5356 (Grande) (overland brass models) on the point

The last car of the consist : a C&NW Evans 50' single door box (S scale America / Des Plaines Hobbies)


Odessa’s 1st street close-up (Arttista figure – custom made parcmeters)

West 1st Steet at night, with a BN SD40-2 on the point at Grant’s crossing


<---Return to Odessa Module main page. / Return to the S Scale Model Railroading Homepage