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LIKE TO START THREAD ON LOGGING LAYOUT PICTURES OF PERSONAL LAYOUTS AND IDEAS.

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G-scale layout of a model railway club in Germany, Meckenheim





























So, now it's your turn, Shadow Pines.

Juergen

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Man, that's some cool stuff! It is impressive as it is, but since it is large scale, it is even more so. How about some more? Please??

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WOW    " G Scale "

The club must have plenty of space.

Looks very impressive, the detail is all there.

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if you study the weathering on the wood water car, its just incredibal.........i do not even know how he did it, if by accident or a planned method. ?????????????

PLease tell how it was done.

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Hi,
No, I don't know about the weathering, but looks like the old thinned black ink method.

A few impressions more I found here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXi2_0NW0m4

and here
http://www.bdef.de/pages/alben/sinsh-05.htm

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Toeffelholm,

Great looking layout !! Do you have more photos of it. And How big is the whole layout.

Regards: Ronnie D.:cb: The Run Down And Poor Lumber Co.

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Hi Ronni,

no sorry, these are all pictures I have.

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Jürgen,
I have a quick qestion for you. ??
Did this layout loop are was it point to point.

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Ronnie D.:cb:

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Hi Ronnie,

No, it's the usual runaround layout.

Juergen

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Juergen

Nice photos, but someone should get a better place for that fellow perched on the handrail of the Shay to sit.

He is going to end up with a HOT bottom!


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Good eyes, Herbert. Tha crewman is sitting on the 2 exhaust pipes as they go into the smokebox. Maybe he's sitting on a wooden plank....Yeeeeow!
Woodrow


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