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 Posted: Tue Feb 25th, 2020 10:37 pm
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Final spike - East to West Railroad - Promontory Point Utah 1869 - N Scale





Awaiting on painting a lot of little people.


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Great, but were there any trees there in 1869?







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Don't know: But there will be trees on mine. 

Along with some of the following little N Scale people.


   

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Great job painting those tiny little N scale people!







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Hi Charlie  :wave:



L :cool: :cool: KIN    G :cool: :cool: D   !


I still have my 'Jupiter' in N-scale !  :old dude:

From my '80s phase of model railroading.  :)



I'm guessing your 'Jupiter' is the 'Bachmann' model ?

Do they still make those locos ?  L:  Or are they now 'vintage' ?  ;)


Always good to see people modeling the 19th Century.  :old dude:



:moose: :moose: :moose: :moose: :moose:



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Don't know if they are still manufactured or not.
I purchased those probably over 20 years ago to build the diorama.
They have been setting on a shelf for so long, bet they thought they had been forgotten.

Now if I can just get off my lazy butt and get the little people glued in.
Got most of them painted.

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Hi Charlie

Great little layout,

you have done well painting all those tiny N scale figures.

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Thanks.

Still have a lot more painting to do to those little people.

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I’m looking forward to seeing some more progress.






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