. . . the Railmaster on my wrist . . . . . . and stumbled to make it out. "Hey!", he said, "isn't that a . . . a . . . " "A Railmaster," I interjected, "an Omega related to the Speedmaster." "Yeah, that's it! Cool, man! Didn't it go to the moon?" "Umm, no
Regarding the rotated pictures (which have already been corrected by FabR) I can tell you that it is due to an incompatibility between photo format in I Phone shots and our WPS system. Fortunately it is very easy to rotate the pictures when you load them.
Superb detail and glazing indeed in those pieces. They look so natural! I love the Railmaster. This piece belongs to a set which as you well say conmemorates the 60 th Anniversary of the Omega launching of the three famous lines of sport/tool watches: Spe
Purchased a while back and somewhat forgotten, the Railmaster has been on my wrist all of this week. It is a limited edition to mark the 60th anniversary of the Railmaster, an Omega model focusing on anti-magnetism. I’m reminded why I bought it - classica
. . . but here it is for your viewing pleasure, in no particular order. ['60 ref 2943 / cal 504] ['46 ref 2365 / cal 30T2SCrg] ['44 ref 2242 / 18 jewel 30T2SC] ['53 ref 2667 / cal 420] ['56 ref 2846 / cal 500] ['48 ref 2499 Centenary / cal 28.10 JUB] ['43
I also have one Flightmaster and one Railmaster So making it 23 Omegas in all. One slot left in the watchbox. Don’t know yet what to get for that. Thinking of - Apollo XI Moonshine Gold Speedmaster Mark II Seamaster Titane Railmaster Denim WWW Birthyear S
The Omega Railmaster Officers dial with a center sweep seconds in Red ! Reference 165.070 with automatic caliber 550/600...something produced between 1964 ~ 68. what is not to love on this - incredibly clean dial & the touch of red !! the predecessor, Ome