Here Are Pictures Of My Layout

Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by RAY METIVIER, Jul 17, 2002.

  1. belg

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    Ray, invisible paint, man I got to get some of that, is that sold at home depot or at lowe's.;) Seeing the props move would be really great. While your at it the marking lights in fiber optics doesn't sound like a bad idea.
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    Ray,
    Outstanding, as usual!
    I really like the look of the cement plant... Everything on your layout is Super-Sized!
  3. Matthyro

    Matthyro Will always be re-membered

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    Here I am landing my DC3 at the airport on your layout Ray

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    Now thar is COOL.
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    Hank

    Welcome to the Gauge.
    The building the layout is in has no windows and only one door, so there is not much dust. I keep the track clean by running trains often.
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    Just spent a long time admiring and drooling over these pictures starting from back at the first post. I'd say more, but this magnificent empire has left me speechless...
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    Nice pond! When you finish your N scale indoor layout, might a Chunnel model be next? :D
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    More pictures

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    refinery

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    Runway 27

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    more?

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    At last, last.

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    Nice pictures again Ray! I like the 3 locomotives on the train going by the refinery! BTW, what did you use for your ballast? It looks really good too!
  18. belg

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    Ray I have to say this is some excellent work as usual buddy but I hate to tell you that invisible paint wore off the plane support.HAHAHA The refinery area is very impressive indeed I only ever visited a BP facility when I was very young because my grandfather worked there and from memory things look like there well in order. 1 question I don't see any traces of weathering or aging do you like your models to remain crisp and bold?
  19. upguy

    upguy Oregon Western Lines, CEO

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    Ray,

    I like your oil well farm. I would like to use some of those pumping stations, but we don't have any oil wells in my part of the country.

    I've been thinking about getting one of those pumping stations and setting it up much like you did. However, instead of having an oil company logo on the side of the storage tank, I've been thinking about putting Velveta Cheese on the side. :D :rolleyes:
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