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 Posted: Wed Jan 23rd, 2019 08:10 pm
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Hi David  :wave:



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So ...

... I Posted some of your pix to your starter Thread, to get the wheels rollin' !  :thumb:



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 Posted: Wed Jan 23rd, 2019 11:36 pm
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Larry, I did not do that.

Some kind soul must have done it. Whoever-thanks. Oh, I see it was Si.  Thank you. 

I am still working on posting photos.  I have a sizing problem I have to solve. 

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 Posted: Thu Jan 24th, 2019 12:13 am
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Hi Dave, what are the dimensions of your track plan?

Also, what is the min radius of the curves?

You have included a lot of potential operation in a relatively small space.

Larry G


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Larry, I think it was designed for a 3x6 foot area.

Sorry I can't recall the curve's radius, but probably twelve inches is close.
I make the curves fit the area so it is always the largest curve that will fit.
I've been known to vary the radius in a single curve, too.

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You have a very nice stable of locos there. 

Would be nice to find some space on your layout where you could display the whole fleet.

Any thought given to including a run around track in your plan?





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oh, nice stuff.

Love it.





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L: There's something "Fishy" going on here :bg:

Please keep the good stuff coming.

I'll be watching from upwind :P





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David

Years ago I built a model of the North Pacific Cannery for the local MRR layout.
The diorama was 30 Inchs by 6 feet, the length of the box of my truck.

When the plant was making fish meal, you could not smell the Pulp mill I worked in at the time,
which was perhaps 3/4 of a mile from the cannery.

If you google "North Pacific Cannery Museum",
there are 134 photos of the site, interior and exterior on their web page.

Not been back to Prince Rupert for years to see how My model has stood the test of time.
Do have a few photos of construction and also located on the layout.




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 Posted: Fri Jan 25th, 2019 01:57 pm
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Hello, here is an attempt to post a photo. 

Bear with me, please. 

Thanks, Dave L.


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Still trying to post a photo. 

Here is my first Fish Head Glue layout. 

Thanks, for looking. 

Dave L.


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