Two more puzzle pieces - done!

Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by Bill Pontin, Jul 11, 2002.

  1. Bill Pontin

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    Don't know if I would buy any car off this fella. Plan on having a car being pushed up the road to his lot. :rolleyes:

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  2. Bill Pontin

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    Liked the MT Stark Tree Bros. boxcars so just had to have a depot in the town.

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  3. Bill Pontin

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    Finally with the pieces in place. Thinking about leaving the puzzle parts loose and not affixing them. Will pack them seperate and set them in place after I set the module up. Figure that if something does come loose when the module is turned on its side for moving to a show, then that part will not become a missle and go through any other fine detail.
  4. Bill Pontin

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    what happened ? no picture?:eek:

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  5. uboat

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    nice work Bill:)
  6. Catt

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    Just keeps looking better and better.Nice modeling Bill.
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    That's turning into quite an impressive scene Bill, you are really doing some outstanding modeling there! I'd say its about ready for the photo contest! :D
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    That's some great looking workmanship, Bill!
    I especially like that depot/freight house with the truck-transfer dock!
    That really is turning into quite a town!
  9. Bill Pontin

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    Gotta love those puzzle pieces. My two modules are locked together for a show tommorow and I can still work on some of the scenery. Working on some store fronts and window finishing. Could not resist adding this woman, leaning or getting ready to jump?

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  10. Bill Pontin

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    After my modules are set up at the show I can just drop this corner in place. It won't be finished tonight but I can do that anytime.

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  11. Bill Pontin

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    Hope this guys finished on the roof by then

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  12. jmarksbery

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    Great work

    Leave the guy on the roof, it's a hard living, but someone has to do it. (hope he is not going to jump with the lady) :p :p
    Later friend:)
  13. Matthyro

    Matthyro Will always be re-membered

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    The show must have been a success Bill with the quality of your modeling.
    It all comes together nicely.
    Well done.
  14. Drew1125

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    Not only is the modeling top notch, but the whole concept, & design behind your "drop-in" scenes is simply fantastic!
    Way to go Bill!