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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by interurban, Aug 3, 2003.
That's a neat link Val That tug boat is a beauty
I found a Lindberg Diesel Tug in 1/82 scale which is a little closer that the 1/109\8 scale one i have both of them. going to see what all i can do with the 82nd scale one and i think i will put up the other for sale.
You will, of course, have to post pics of the finished model
That's a neat looking vessel, just needs a little "Canadianizing"
Here is one for Fred, this would go good along side his "No Girl's tree fort.
This is the "Girls Only" tree house.
Geeze Dem Girlz iz schmardt!! Looks like dey have cable, phone &'legtrik hooked up too
Nothing but the best Mikey.
That way they won't bug Fred's boys...
That one could only be in Muskoka EH Will!!!!!
Where is it? I want to join the club! I bet they have an E-Z bake oven and a popcorn maker too!!!
ROFL - Nope - Not working for me
Nope - Cant Imagine The Robber Barroness with an Easy Bake Oven ..... Nope
Now - A hammer, a chisle and a Jig saw maybe!!! ..
That's right Mikey, Val would be the one tearing out the inside and adding a new room in order to create enough space for a double helix and a trolley line.
That's right! Anyone can build a spiral staircase, Val would take the helix through the ceiling!!
ROFL you guys!!!!
I know there are more than just me who love to build old beat up falling down buildings so here are a few that are near where i live.
Neat photos Paul.
Great stuff Lots of ideas too
Great shots Paul, thanks!! Now those are what the real estate agents call fixer-uppers!!
About 20 km from Regina is a small town called Belle Plain. You cant miss it, it's right where the road curves to go over the train tracks. Every time I go by there, I noticed this odd house's roof line. Well, the last time I went out that way, I stopped to get some pix. I'm going to make a farm display and now I have found my farm house.
This next view is the way you see it from the road.
Hi Chris, Those are great shots.
I think that roof has a name.
Dutch roof if I am not mistaken. :thumb:
That looks like neat building to model TC