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 Posted: Fri Nov 18th, 2011 04:18 pm
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Dear friends,

a pictorial review of this last years work,

somewhere in the Pacific Northwest Cascades,

in the middle of the summer,

in the mid 1930's

by Randy K. May

http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=34666



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Nice work!


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Great pictures Randy,
glad to see your still railroading
keep posting pics,
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Randy,

Outstanding work !!!!!

Nice to see more large scale modeling in the backwoods on this site. What the length and width of it.

Keep up the good work.!!!!

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Randy, this is awesome!!! I love those structures and their shingle roof. Incredible work. 



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