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 Posted: Sat May 26th, 2018 11:39 pm
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Hi Larry  :wave:


The latest pix. are lookin' GREAT !  :thumb:








The new, lower supports, are nice for the buildings appearance.  :cool:

Love those ^^ lil' ore-cars !  :bg:








C :cool: :cool: L  scene with the concrete/rock walls, tight curves & shed. 



Did you manage to find any suitable mail-order N.B.W.s ?  ???



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 Posted: Wed May 30th, 2018 01:55 am
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Si, I haven't ordered any NBW castings yet. So far only O scale and HO castings found. I may order some O scale ones and call it good enough.
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 Posted: Wed Jun 13th, 2018 04:13 am
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Finished applying corrugated siding to the larger building. Also built stairs and a door for the smaller building. Still need to build a roof over the coal unloading track.Larry G

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Looking good, Larry.  Really has the character of the area.  It has the appearance of a much larger structure than it actually is.  I think the various sections and the different angles contributes.  Good example of selective compression.



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 Posted: Sat Jun 16th, 2018 10:14 pm
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Same scene, little different angle.  I think, having a couple shadowy areas, that go deep into the building complex, gives it a sence of mystery.    Larry G

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 Posted: Tue Jun 19th, 2018 02:18 pm
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Wide view of the mine area.   Larry G

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 Posted: Tue Jun 19th, 2018 02:23 pm
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One of the shady areas. Note the boss peeking around the corner, checking things out. LG

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 Posted: Tue Jun 19th, 2018 02:27 pm
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This shot shows more of the various roof angles.  LG

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 Posted: Tue Jun 19th, 2018 02:36 pm
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This shows the simple track arrangement, just three turnouts. Counting the two ore load out tracks, the coal dumping spot, a stop inside the building and one where the boss is standing (previous picture) there are 6 places to spot a train. LG

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My sky backdrop has been bothering me for some time now. It seemed far to short, ending just inches above the scenery. South Dakota has a very big sky, just like Montana. So, I have started adding another 12" to the top of the 24" already in place. The wood supports, seen sticking out the top of the backdrop, will receive a 12" extension as well. Blending the new with the old is a lot of messy work. I feel the outcome is worth all the hassle.   Larry G

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