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 Posted: Sat Sep 6th, 2014 11:24 am
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These are the 2, 4.5 and 6.5mm fibers Alwin, 12mm are in stock and stacked...



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 Posted: Sat Sep 13th, 2014 04:38 pm
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Martin,
that is one serious thread! I am a notoriously fussy devil where trees are concerned...you pass with Honours!
I have no idea how static grass applicators work and so I am unaware of what materials are available for their use.
If you could find a few spare moments to run through the basics for we complete static virgins I would very much appreciate it. I am no stranger to twisted wire trees (I grew up with George Stokes wire wonders!), but the use of static applicators and their materials is very foreign to me and i feel a bit lost when reading your wonderful posts for which I thank you again.
Please keep posting.

Cheers,
Martin F.



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Hi Martin, I wish I found this post before starting on the scenery of my Tehachapi loop tunnel 9 module, those grass mats are awesome far better than the Javis mats I bought, wasn't happy with them.

The mats lost all the fibre on them and will have to top the mats up again.

I have a long way to go to be anything like your mats are, plan to buy that stuff on your posts too.









I had to take out a pic had copyright on it but the last pic doesn't, the last pic is what I want to achieve, any ideas will be a big help, will have some small shrubs like in the pic.





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Beautiful work and those would look great in my high mountain area.



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 Posted: Mon Sep 29th, 2014 11:32 pm
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Guys would you please open a topic for this, hasn't anything to do with greenery and stuff...thanks !



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 Posted: Mon Sep 29th, 2014 11:56 pm
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No worries Martin, you sure can get side tracked from one topic to another.

I will ask John if he wants to start another post on stations and other building and wonder if you can transfer those post over to the new topic.

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I apologize martin as I am still getting used to the site. If anyone can help we can surely start a "Station" discussion. Thanks



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 Posted: Tue Sep 30th, 2014 03:09 am
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Hi John, no worries I will ask Herb about transferring these post over to a new post topic on station building and layout kits, will let you know John.

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Ok here's a pic on the new logging branch area scenery.

Attachment: Trees & Shrubbery 001.JPG (Downloaded 79 times)



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A closer look

Attachment: Trees & Shrubbery 002.JPG (Downloaded 79 times)



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