My layout progress

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by Arizona Heat, Mar 4, 2006.

  1. Arizona Heat

    Arizona Heat Member

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    Just posting some more pics of my layout progress.:thumb: [​IMG]
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  2. nachoman

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    this is a great start. In fact, you have inspired me. that ez track is useful for getting something up quick and having fun. I think I am going to collect a bit of it and make temporary setups until I decide what will work for my next layout.

    kevin
  3. ausien

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    great progress, one complant though, the pix could be a little larger "please"
  4. Drew1125

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    Nice work, Ken!
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  5. Arizona Heat

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    Left click on a pic to enlarge it.:thumb:
  6. Arizona Heat

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    Kevin being a newbie here I have learned everything I have done so far thanks to the Gauge forums because I had no idea how even to start my layout and this is my first try. I am adding boulders along my river bank and adding sand (real arizona boulders and sand) sign1 and it is free if you have the time to sift it all out to size. I will post more pics on my progress.
  7. Gil Finn

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    Great start and looks like many hours of fun invested there.
  8. ausien

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    gee, I`m a dummy, why didnt I think of that.......hamrsign1
  9. Russ Bellinis

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    Don't forget to run a magnet through your siftings before you put the sand or small boulders on the layout. The red colors on those cliffs in Az. is from the iron content in the soil.
  10. Arizona Heat

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    announce1 Learned that old trick when I used to prospect for gold but thanks for the advice:) :)