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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by sumpter250, Nov 11, 2004.
Cindys Harbor 593 spots a box car load of cut lumber at Tony's lumber warehouse.
With the car at the loading dock, 593 procedes on to the next pickup/drop.
593 crossing Las creek. covered highway bridge in the background.
these pics were shot on a display module, 18" X 8', that I've been working on for a while now. The buildings are GC Laser Innovations kits, in N scale. The modules will be at Trainfest, in Milwaukee,Wi. this coming weekend. This last shot shows the whole set.
Great Photo's and Nice Display Module :thumb: :thumb:
Nice work Pete!
Great Job, and great pics....
Very nice Pete! Glad to see you have been doing something, kinda makes up for me sitting on my a** lately !
Nice work Pete!! Just the other day I was wondering what you've been up to lately, and now I know! Looks great!! :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
You sure have been busy Pete. Great photos. Love the action
Looks great Pete. :thumb:
It's nice to see some more of your fantastic workmanship.
What did you use for the main building - it's got a good look to it.
Pete you do great work but we have to get you a better camera so we can fully appreciate it. Maybe santa will be good to you this year. Is the lumber Co scratchbuild?
Answered my own question: went to GC Lazer's site but didn't look at the N-scale assuming they did everything in both scales. Unfortunately they don't offer this in HO and it's a little too big for the space I have. Anyone have the plans so I can modify it to fit my situation?
If I could get some basic dimensions this is what I came up with:
That's a very nice scene, it ain't very often that I get to see a nice farm with the big red barn, and the lumber warehouse looks good! (Curiously, I didn't realize it was N scale until the thrid picture)
Very very nice. I need to get some of those beautiful kits Ron :thumb: :thumb: