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 Posted: Tue Sep 14th, 2021 07:10 pm
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Over the years the "perfect" Fish Head Glue Co. plan evolved into this. 

It was to be my fourth Gn15 layout before health issues,
limited my access to the downstairs and the workshop. 

It figured out to about four by seven feet and would have been a fun layout,
to build and incorporate my fondness for trains, boats, and vehicles in 1:24 scale. 

Thanks for looking. 

Regards, Dave L.   





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My hobby of diecast vehicles,
and their adaptation for use on the Gn15 layout,
resulted in this old truck possibility. 

I have the decals to make it,
but it is on the "someday" list. 

Regards, Dave L.   





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 Posted: Tue Sep 14th, 2021 07:33 pm
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Over the years I've actually finished some projects. 
"Glue Transport" cars were finished with home-made decals. 

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The steam crane's job was to lift the loads of fish heads,
from vessels originating in the canneries on the mainland. 

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 Posted: Tue Sep 14th, 2021 07:59 pm
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Over the years the Charles Company,
added more locos than it will ever need. 

It's been a lot of fun planning and actually completing,
projects for that someday layout. 

I hope you all have as much fun as I have. 
Happy modeling. 

:wave: 

Best Regards, Dave Laughery  





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A standard situation...

More locos and rolling stock than necessary.


But you always have backups,

in case of major maintainance, breakdowns and accidents.




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