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 Posted: Wed May 20th, 2020 10:10 pm
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Hi Mikel  :wave:



C.G.& T. Hose Co.  is lookin' GREAT !  :thumb:


The engine is a really  C :cool: :cool: L  vintage find ...

... I have always been very tempted by the 'Airfix' 1:32 scale, oldie fire engine !  :bg:


Your last photo showing the back of the 'hood, is as interesting as the front ...





... the gentle downward slope you have made on the base is AWESOME !  :bow:

The buildings are sitting on their foundations, just like the 'real' thing.


Your "little neighbourhood" could be good, with a "parallel street track".  L:

What kinda trains have you got Mikel ?  ???



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



Si.



Is 'Sparky' wearing an official Fire Dept. red collar ?  :P




" Not on the FIRE HYDRANTS Sparky ! ... "  :old dude:  ;)




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 Posted: Fri May 22nd, 2020 02:16 am
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Thanks Si.

I mostly have collected narrow gauge locos and cars.

I am slow with building trackage,
as I created a fairly complicated plan and I get bogged down with it,
so I go build another building...

The original idea was a continually running track plan,
in dual gauge, with narrow gauge yards and industry,
and that's mostly where these buildings will go.

I'm just plugging along with that idea until I can finish back drops,
and wiring my hand laid track...

It's about the journey I guess.

mikel




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