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 Posted: Wed Nov 30th, 2011 05:31 pm
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Lovin' your work, Randy!



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 Posted: Wed Dec 14th, 2011 04:00 pm
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a few shots for fun on the new diorama,

the "Spring Creek" area of the "Coumbia Pacific railroad" story'




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Very nice work! I imagine that those are some tall trees, be glad you have the vertical space.
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W C Greene wrote: Very nice work! I imagine that those are some tall trees, be glad you have the vertical space.
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Ya the tallest trees go up to 36"s,

the diorama level sets at 50"s,

the shadowbox viewing window is 22"s

thanks for stopping by Mr.Greene

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Heres my favorite locomotive,
a Bachmann 1:20.3...... 2-4-2 Baldwin,
lugging a couple of Bachmann 1:20.3 woodside ore cars,





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Randy-I see why that is your favorite...she would be mine also! Great job and the trees are outtasite!!!!
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W C Greene wrote: Randy-I see why that is your favorite...she would be mine also! Great job and the trees are outtasite!!!!
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hey thanks WC,



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     Great job, great look and great modeling. Got any shots further back to show any size comparison?
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Hey Clif,
I think your asking for a more distant shot?
my room is 22'x11'4"
the 2-4-2T Baldwin is crossing the 11'2" side







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  Thanks for the pics. That gives it a whole new perspective. I would love to have the space to do something like that. Never thought I would be into the detail area, but the possibilities are endless there. To all the other scales, you Freerailers also have done some amazing things, but with the failing eyesight the bigger the better. Again kudos for your work Randy.

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