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Discussion in 'HO Scale Model Trains' started by interurban, Feb 9, 2003.
It must be near the end of the day as Bill and Charlie rest there weary bones.
Mean while the boys at the small yard are upset , the day before I demolished this section
Awesome, Chris. You sneak Shamus up there to take some pictures?
I asked Shamus a while ago when he was going to come over here, He did not commit himself
That second picture of the small yard has now all gone
All is ready to start on my switching yard for diesal.
Here is a picture just after the big salvage operation.
This is the other side. I may save some of that track work for the new industry.
Hi Chris , WOW are you ever going to town with your new section, I love the overhead as you know, but I,m glad to see ya having diesal. I think their a great combo, keep it going... Duckman.....
That's a nice little rework area you've go there. Keep is all informed of how it takes shape.
Hi Chris, Really like that first photo. The lighting/shade is done well, and the bucket of the front end loader looks great. Nice shot and modelling!
Gee Thanks guys
I will take a few pics a I progress, I have my plan for the left side,
But I wish I had a few ,just a few more inches
Never mind I will squeeze it in some how
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ROFL. Trust you steve
That little brief case is what I use to transport 4 diesal units to the lads that have said layouts
But it could make a barn