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 Posted: Wed May 11th, 2016 08:13 pm
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My hats off to you Woodie. I use link and pin on one of my display layouts. That is 1/24th. Link and pin with 1/32nd? You must have steady hands. My back up for the day my hands shake to much is to move to 1/12th. I have been toying with some models in that scale.

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Working hard to get the layout ready for an NMRA convention layout tour. I would like to add more details which it is lacking at this point. Made another car load from a 1/35 scale military sand bag set. Decaled with tissue paper decals printed on my inkjet printer.

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I'm VERY impressed. Great work!



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Bob,

I was intrigued by your post on operating your layout. I like the simplicity of your card system that you are using. I hope you have more posts on your layout operations!

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 Posted: Fri May 13th, 2016 07:57 pm
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+2 for what Keith said----about everything!

Herb

PS--There is always 1/1 scale--bur that requires a bit of space (and strong rafters under the room)



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 Posted: Sat May 14th, 2016 07:00 pm
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Just finished another Northern Conifer. I think it is my best tree to date. It is 20" tall and kinda overpowers the scene but, I like it.

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Looking east....

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Closeup.....

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Beeeeeautiful trees! Great work Bob.

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 Posted: Sat May 14th, 2016 11:31 pm
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I really like the appearance of your railroad. It looks a bit rough, and that's good to me. :mex:

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