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 Posted: Fri Mar 27th, 2009 11:54 pm
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Class operation! Bought some supplies from you and man, what a pleasant experience. Nice folk handlin the phone. Fast Tracks is a wonderful help to anybody happenin onto it. Great help with the printable templates. What a gutsy project but the perfect guy to do it. Quality all the way around. Really helpful free video how-to's online. Top Shelf!

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:)Tim

      That is top drawer work. Really like the look. Also looked at your profile and not bad if your really 109.:thumb:

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Wow Tim, just spent 2 full hours watching and looking at you website Bronks built. Superb sir. Riveting even.

So is that painting or real rivets?



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A nice & pretty unique benchwork presentation !

I have seen a few layouts incorporating rusty corrugated-iron at their edges.

I'm just wondering what other 'inventive' layout edges have been tried ?

Anyone use any unusual materials for layout edges ??

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Wow. Amazing work. The one question that haunts me, after looking at your web site is "How do you power the climbing rails without shorting out the switch beneath them?"



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Yes, I wonder how this looks now. Si, I used weathered and abused pine boards on my little Gila Tram layout. Maybe I will devise something similar for the big layout. Hmmmmm.

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