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 Posted: Fri Aug 30th, 2013 12:49 pm
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I made some progress during the last 2 days. I install the rail and I begin also the structures.



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 Posted: Mon Nov 4th, 2013 01:08 pm
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I have finished the wood beam of the pier, paint the pier in white in order to put snow on it. I have also pre stained the building before the red paint.

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Hi Franck

Interesting development.

I see you now have a 'sector plate' at the end of the wharf.

Havn't seen that before; quite like this...

...good for more compact operations ?

Lookin' good.

Cheers

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Go on Franck...

...put a periscope in the water !



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 Posted: Fri Nov 8th, 2013 11:53 am
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Si. wrote: Hi Franck

Interesting development.

I see you now have a 'sector plate' at the end of the wharf.

Havn't seen that before; quite like this...

...good for more compact operations ?

Lookin' good.

Cheers

Si.

Go on Franck...

...put a periscope in the water !


Effectivly I had a sector plate (not preview at the beginning) to allow more operations.



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Franck-I really enjoy your thread, looking forward to more developments. If I didn't have soooo much "invested" in my chosen scale/gauge, I would get into 1:13.7. Who knows, maybe the future is calling me! Inspiring work, sir.

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W C Greene wrote: Franck-I really enjoy your thread, looking forward to more developments. If I didn't have soooo much "invested" in my chosen scale/gauge, I would get into 1:13.7. Who knows, maybe the future is calling me! Inspiring work, sir.

Woodie
Hi,

thank you for your message. You may always explore 2 different scales (like me for 1/13.7 and gn15) and perhaps in a near future american fn3

I have practically finish the building. The boat is not finished.












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After a long period of inactivity on the layout, I made some progress on the boat. I need to add few details.









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Nice Wellies Franck.

"UP PERISCOPE !"

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Si--

Harbor is probably far too shallow for a submerged sub.

But one of those old ball shaped mines with the short rods sticking out floating nearby---

Na.--  Too few viewers who would know what it was.

Herb



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Herb Kephart wrote: Si--

Harbor is probably far too shallow for a submerged sub.

But one of those old ball shaped mines with the short rods sticking out floating nearby---

Na.--  Too few viewers who would know what it was.

Herb

like that mine



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