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 Posted: Thu Nov 28th, 2019 05:43 pm
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Looking good!



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I had an idea (often a dangerous thing).





I had hung a white plastic table cloth from the roof on the outside of the layout to protect from blowing rain during the winter.










I replaced the white plastic table cloth with a light blue one. 
Found it at a local dollar discount store for $1.19.

Kind of gives me a light blue sky background that I can easily work around or remove.
A cheap and easy backdrop.





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Your blue sky backdrop makes a huge difference, looks great. 

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I like it a lot, too. Dave L.

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Been doing a little work on #8. 
Added a headlight, bell, whistle, and air compressor on the left side.

Far from a work-of-art but she's a good runner, if a bit fast. 
Also a good puller. 

She once took to the countryside at Whiskey Flats,
and took out the Whiskey Junction sign.




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Ran across some photos of a small On30 layout I had many years ago.





I had added DCC and sound.
 
The layout was only about 36" by 42".  Just an oval with two switches.




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I would like to find one of those On30 diesels, it would bash into a great Gn15 loco.

If you find any more pics of your former On30 layout, please post them for us to see, thanks.


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Here are a few more photos that I found.















The Goose has factory installed sound. 

I kept all my On30 stuff.  They're somewhere in boxes.




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I love your photos.

Thanks for posting.

Regards, Dave L.

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WOW !! ... Dual gauge switch installed !!  :shocked:  :shocked:


:bow:  :bow:  :bow:  :bow:  :bow:



L :cool: :cool: K i n '   G :cool: :cool: D  !





I saw John Wayne propping up one o' them ^^ in 'Rio Bravo' the other day !  :cb:

Some cool town shots to take in, if you PAUSE the DVD player.  :P



:)



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