ultimate building to model!!

Discussion in 'HO Scale Model Trains' started by rcline, May 13, 2005.

  1. rcline

    rcline Member

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    I found this on the web. I figured that everyone needed to model one of these! :thumb: Sorry about having to lay it over, but it was the only way to get it on here with out distorting or changing the scale size.
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    Sorry, for reasons beyond my control, it was wiser to remove photo and replace it with a link to it. Only no link to it as of yet, maybe someday!
    Randy
  2. KCS

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    LMAO that'll do it! Management on top and employee's on the bottom. What a better way to say the wrong thing and get fired all because it was the boss mans fault or was it the designer's fault?
  3. Badyin Macfadyi

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    LOL, spent much of ny working life trying to turn it the other way round!!;)
    I think "Thumbs" drew something like this in "The Bulletin" back in the 1970's
  4. faroukstan

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    I'm not so familiar with the thing to get something out of the image. But, is it an outhouse (to answer nature calls?!)...Is the top fully "leak proof"????
  5. Matthyro

    Matthyro Will always be re-membered

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    That's a real hoot Randy. I guess we always new that upper management always dumped on the poor employees
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    60103 Pooh Bah

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    Badyin:
    The Bulletin articles were inspired by a prototype in Calgary, Alberta (Canada) where we had an NMRA convention.
    It was a 2 storey hotel biffy. The top floor was for hotel residents - with a walkway; the bottom floor was for the bar patrons. It was a large building, with several holes on each side.
    Don't remember a ladies' section, though,...
  7. rcline

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    faroukstan- Yes, it is an outhouse, only the top floor is not leak proof at all!! In fact, the top floor dumps straight down onto the top of the employee's head. What it means is that all the regular employees get crapped on by upper management all the time!!
    Randy

    I think that I'll build one with the employee's room upstairs for a change!
    Randy