My LPB's can flush at last!

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  1. Tyson Rayles

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    The LPB residents of Tellico Gap finally get a water supply!

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    A little closer

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    From the other side of the railyard

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    and a little closer

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  5. jon-monon

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    They got indoor plummin, huh? Looks good Ty, reeeeaaaal gooooood ;)
  6. Clerk

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    Great picture and layout. I still say it needs a pump house. lol
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    Very cool :cool: :cool: :cool:


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  8. MCL_RDG

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    It's so...

    ...important. I happen to live in a hilly area. While going to work on "the ridge" road I can view all the towns to the south and pretty much identify them by their township water towers prominently dotting the landscape. I intend to suggest other towns with water towers painted into the backdrop as far as the eye can see and as populated as I want my "region" to be.

    Very good stuff Tyson.

    Mark
  9. Tyson Rayles

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    Thanks folks!
  10. Casey Feedwater

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    Great modeling and setup, Tyson. I always enjoy seeing photos of your work.

    You should have saved one of these for the "Mini-scene" contest. Or do you have something else up your sleeve? ;)
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    Tyson,
    Like always, lookin good.
  12. Tyson Rayles

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    Thanks guys and no, Casey I don't have anything up my sleeve at this moment! :)
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    Those are some great shots, Tyson!
  14. Matthyro

    Matthyro Will always be re-membered

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    Fresh mountain water EH! The folks will be pleased enough to vote for you next election as long as the value of water remains stable.
    As always Tyson your scenes and photography of them are excellent
  15. Drew1125

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    Great work on that tank, Tyson!
    It looks right at home there on the side of that hill!
    :cool: :cool: :cool:
  16. N Gauger

    N Gauger 1:20.3 Train Addict

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    Great Work Tyson!!! :) :)
  17. Tyson Rayles

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    Thanks guys. Yeah Robin a steady supply of spring water will get a man many votes! :D
  18. Vic

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    Progress?????

    A great water supply tank Tyson!!:) However I am concerned:eek: Does this mean that the Town Council will now order all privies and outhouse demolished?:eek: Since collard greens grow best behind the outhouse it appears that the cullinary delights of Tellico Gap will be somewhat diminished:eek: :D

    "Ahhh...What price progress?":D :D :D :p
  19. Tyson Rayles

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    Naw Vic, shoot in real life (circa. 2003) people around here are still straight piping :mad: :mad: :mad: . So I reckon in 1968, Nantahala Midland country, septic tanks are probably mandatory on new construction only :rolleyes: :D . Of course sewer systems are still decades away! In other words dem collards will still grow taller than the outhouse itself! :D
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    Well git on out there and whack us off a mess of them greens!!:D

    I'm on the way with the Streak-O-Lean and da cornbread!!!:D :D :D