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 Posted: Sun Nov 23rd, 2014 10:30 pm
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Charles H
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Very nice indeed,love the weathering. Charles



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 Posted: Sat Nov 29th, 2014 05:49 am
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Great stuff !

That one of the rustyest darn critters I ever did see !

Lucky the roof ain't fallen off yet...

...looks like the engineer could be prone to sun-burn !

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beautiful work Bob. The scratch built ore cars are really great.



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 Posted: Sun Nov 30th, 2014 05:13 pm
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I really like the rolling stock! Do you have a bird's-eye view of the layout? What size is it?



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Bob R
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This is a small display layout 24"x 54".

Attachment: 337.JPG (Downloaded 146 times)



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Bob R
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another view.......

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and another......

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Mark C
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What an amazing amount of detail in such a small space. I also really like the scratch built cars too.

Mark

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Bob R wrote:
Patrick,

The skips are scratch built. Forgive my fumbling...I am new to the forum. I don't know how to attach multiple images so will probably have to make three quick posts to load pictures. The tubs are made from cardstock. The frames are plastic rails with plastic journal boxes and HO wheelsets.

Bob


These a pretty clever :)



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