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Discussion in 'Scratchin' & Bashin'' started by Vic, Nov 2, 2002.
Not really a "scratch or bash" Just sorta dressed up a Woodland Senics Sawmill.
Up to your usual standards
Another great model, Vic.
Nicely done, yessah, nicely done.
Very Nice Vic!!
A great looking model Vic. What scale is it?
I sure could use something like it in N scale.
Thanks folks for the nice compliments!
Robin...Its HO scale...I think Kinda always had a little doubt about WS's accuracy but it will fit in ok
Very sweet sawmill gear Vic, nice touch the waethering.
You did a really nice job, Vic
Those little sawmills were (and still are) quite common here in the Ozarks. In fact, there's one in daily operation just a few miles from my place here at the Lake. They haul oak and hickory sawlogs in by truck and cut planks from them.
Hi Casey, Yep they're pretty common around here too. But I haven't seen a steam driven one in a long long time. Gas or diesel driven. In fact there's one for sale in the local paper today! Seems like rough cut pine lumber is all "the rage" around here right now and they cut a lot of red oak for furniture manufacturers.
Very nice Vic, Love the weathering.
Another fine job! Great work. I'd love to see this once it has been incorporated into your layout.