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Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by fifer, Nov 13, 2007.
Too good....too good....!!! :mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen:
great pics mike,this is some AWESOME N-scale work :thumb: --josh
Thanks so much Josh . Glad you enjoy it!
I made some good progress on the ACT this weekend. I put in a supplimental refrigerated air conditioner (seen in the picture) as well as getting all the ballast done and some minor ground cover in Valle Rojo. Man I hate to ballast!
Thanks Man , good to see you on most of the forums!
Thanks Again , Mike
Mike....Looking good as always....
My scenery "skills" have improved a little since I asked you about how you do yours...One never stops learning in this hobby...:thumb:
I'll say! One of those "mountains" looks exactly like a bathroom I once saw on a trip out West! Great Job! :mrgreen:
Thanks , But you did all the work and it really is great looking and very southwestern.
Mike, Mountain Man...Thanks for your comments.... :thumb: ...although I fail to see the connection between a bathroom & my scenery...:mrgreen:
I still have to put more shrubbery & detail the scenes....
Well Gus , She is really looking good. I too was kinda fond of the bathroom! :thumb:
Fantastic Job Mike.
Here is what I have done , this long weekend.
The 3 shacks are done from the Bar Mills Shack Pack and the dime is for size reference.
The Oil Well is built from American Model Builbers Laser Kit 616 Glenwood No.2 Oil Derrick. It is about 4 1/4" High. It is a kit for the (not faint at heart) but comes out great with NO modeling mods. The details and pipe do not come in the kit.
Those are excellent Mike!!!! I can't believe the detail you added to those little shacks like the lights outside and that oil derrick is fantastic!
Thanks Ralph , The lights come in the kit of shacks but boy they are small .
Thanks , Mike
Those New Buildings
Those new buildings and your added details are just super, they look so real! :thumb: hamr bounce7
Thanks , Now I have to find a place for them.
By the way , what exactly is this title?
Power Plant Construction Mamager
I am a Construction Project Manager that manages power plant construction, boiler erection and repair projects as well as installation of pollution reduction equipment, primarily on large coal fired units for various utilities in the Midwest and on the East Coast.
Hope that answers your question, if not, I will call you and we can talk some more. (I will correct the spelling)
Got It :mrgreen::thumb:
I was going to suggest a description, but this is a family site. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: