A Little Progress On A Little RR

Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by Drew1125, Feb 6, 2002.

  1. Drew1125

    Drew1125 Active Member

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    Well,
    Ground has finally been broken on the third, & final industry on the Four Sisters Branch...It's going to be a food processing plant.
    This first picture shows the empty space at the left end of the layout.

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    I then added cardboard for the building bases...

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    I decided I wanted these tracks embedded in pavement, so I "paved" them with spackling, & cut flangeways with an old freight car...

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    Here's a couple of building shells being test-fitted...This is a pretty big kitbash, & I've got lots of work left to do...(Shamus, do you have a couple of hours to spare? :) )

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    It looks exciting, Charlie! I can't wait to see the finished product!

    -Rory
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    Lookin' GOOD ,Charlie. Keep them pix a comin'.
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    Thanks guys!
    FYI Catt, that's some more of that Superior Paper kit that I've continued to "chop" on!
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    Looking good Shamus, er I mean Charlie. Looks like you are going to turn that little box into a real urban ghetto ala George Sellios' Franklin & South Manchester. Can't wait to see it finished!:cool:
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    Its looking great Charlie, I'll be watching out for future progress pictures

    David