Time for tea / coffee at the barnes

Discussion in 'HO Scale Model Trains' started by interurban, Feb 9, 2003.

  1. interurban

    interurban Active Member

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    It must be near the end of the day as Bill and Charlie rest there weary bones.

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  2. interurban

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    Mean while the boys at the small yard are upset , the day before I demolished this section:(

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  3. jon-monon

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    Awesome, Chris. You sneak Shamus up there to take some pictures? :D :D :D
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    Hi Jon,

    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.

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    This is the other side. I may save some of that track work for the new industry.:)

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    Diesal

    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.....
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    Chris,

    That's a nice little rework area you've go there. :) Keep is all informed of how it takes shape. :)
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    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!
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    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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    "Next...On The Interurban Network..."

    "How To Kitbash A Briefcase Into A Streetcar Shed":D

    Don't miss it!:)
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    Re: "Next...On The Interurban Network..."

    ROFL. Trust you steve:D :D :D :D :D :D
    That little brief case is what I use to transport 4 diesal units to the lads that have said layouts:eek:

    But it could make a barn:D ;) :p :rolleyes: