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Roundhouse area for my layout.
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 Posted: Sun Feb 28th, 2016 03:15 pm
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Thanks!
Finished!
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Quick question: why the colour difference between the front and right side of the stone walls?. Front is sort of yellowish, side looks like a B&W pic. Just curious. Jose.



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It is because of the light, they are identical IRL.



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Really nice work. Since the gauge is HOn3, you must have reguaged the Minitrains 0-4-0t. I still have a couple of them in dusty boxes somewhere, now I am inspired to build one up as a 1:35n18" mine loco. Thank you and keep on showing us this fine modeling.

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Wow, you have something to be proud of there. VERY nice work! I'm glad that you were able to preserve the vision of the original building.



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A STUNNING scene!

The reason for the color difference in the walls, is because the sun is shining on the door side of the building, and the window side is in shadow.

I believe that this is the best model roundhouse scene that I have seen in 68 years of modeling-everything just falls together.


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Herb Kephart wrote:
A STUNNING scene!


I believe that this is the best model roundhouse scene that I have seen in 68 years of modeling-everything just falls together.


Herb

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That makes me really happy to read! I try to build my models as good as I can.
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Hey, that works. I like Number 3, that little 0-4-0 has character.



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Hi Michael,
Nice job on the roundhouse and turntable. Your mix and placement of rolling stock also works very well :bow::bow::bow:

That looks like a cool digger lurking in the background. Any details of what it is please?



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oztrainz wrote:
Hi Michael,
Nice job on the roundhouse and turntable. Your mix and placement of rolling stock also works very well :bow::bow::bow:

That looks like a cool digger lurking in the background. Any details of what it is please?

Thanks!
I really donĀ“t know the make of it, I got it as a white metal kit without instructions or box....
I do believe it is British. The model is of a Bucyrus 19M (I think...).
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