View single post by sledhead
 Posted: Tue Apr 26th, 2011 05:42 am
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Joined: Wed Jun 23rd, 2010
Location: Wisconsin USA
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I decided to do the quarry end first, as it fit the current shelf better, though I will probably trim the shelf down to a uniform length and discard the 'bulge' in the front. The layout of the quarry in pretty linear... so it fits a narrow shelf perfectly. The track is just laid in a test pattern, mainly to test out the new chassis. The final track plan still hasn't been worked out.

My wife got me a brass etching system for my birthday (what a gal eh?), so I made up a sprue with brake wheels for the hoppers and lift rings and the cab top air conditioners that feature prominently on the top of USG #111 (can be seen in the photos above).

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