Hi Bill,It looks good Tom. did it det some dull coat or something, I don't see any shinny plastic look there at all anymore. Much better.
Hi S class,nice bridges Bill and Tom, are any of them going to be over water courses? or was Tennessee in the grips of a drought in 1925?
Hi Bill,Mighty fine work Tom, and them is some good looking rocks!
Hi Jim,Hey Tom just wanted to stop by & say hello. Way too much to comment on. You have come such a long way since I was last on here. You have done a beautiful job on the LRRR. I didn't look at the complete thread yet but will later. I'm a Moderator on another forum & have been busy over there. I'll stop back by to check some things out more later.
Yes, The Whistle Post is a pretty good site. I have visited several times to get info on "large scale" G scale modeling. Congrats to your son on the nice diner interior.....very nice.Thanks Tom, I haven't done a whole lot on the saw mill or the coal mine projects with the exception of a small two stall engine house for the saw mill. I have been buying up a bunch of the old common silver Virginian coal cars from Bachman & Tyco to wprk on this winter. It looks like these cars came from the same moulds. These old ones detail up pretty good. I'll go ahead & post one of the cars. I have also been doing some work on some cabooses. My son Sawdust Jr won first prize in a model interior contest & I won the previous contest for a coal mine. I'm over on http://www.thewhistlepost.com/
Hi Mountain Man,I just dropped in to see if this place was still alive. Nice tou see that you are still at it. :thumb:
Hi Tyler,The link didn't work for me, maybe the terrorists and/or Army are anti-logging or something. Could you put up a picture of what the beast will look like?