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 Posted: Wed Aug 22nd, 2012 12:49 pm
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BIG little locos--

Very nice! Glad that you got them de-bugged.

Some pix of them pulling a consist through those mountains would be great---


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 Posted: Wed Aug 22nd, 2012 12:57 pm
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Would love to see some video of them running.

Im jealous! What a fleet



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I wondering where you guys get those nice photo realistic back drops.



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Sorry have been awhile in responding


backdropwarehouse.com/

This is one of several suppliers.

Have fun.

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any updates?



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Hi Don,

I was looking in some older topics and I came here. What an impressive landscaping. It has been asked before, but are there any updates?

Alwin

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Hi Don, I agree to what everyone is saying the rock moulds are pure awesome, going to be great when finished, I like the green steamy.

I am modelling the Tehachapi loop on my HO scale layout which is a garden railway set up.

The only scenery I will be having is the Tehachapi loop and working the tunnel 9 module. Where I am working on now is the bottom track that leads into tunnel 9, have the other cutting to do also, will leave that to a later date want the trains running first.

I will up date my post once I finish that section, which is in the OO,HO scale garden railway topic, under Tony M.

Tony.

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