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 Posted: Tue Oct 13th, 2015 12:35 am
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Thanks Si.

Big or small

I like them all as well !!




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Got it in the garden.

Ran the lighting.

Now to level it out and put in some roadway.




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So tempting to make a G-scale garden railroad,

and with great looking buildings,

makes it look great.




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I am working on a gas station, too.

Where did you find the pumps ?

Fairfield Collectibles 1:18 ?

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Here's my version.

Not as fancy....

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It's a neat scene !

I like it a lot.

Regards, Dave L.


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Great job on the build,

really looks the part.






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Hi Wes  :wave:


Gas Station is C :cool: :cool: L  !



Got a 'Coca-Cola' close-up ?


:s:    :s:    :s:    :s:    :s:

Your nice Arizona sunlight has made great shadows ...

... never was one much for 'shadowless' concepts ?  L:


:java: :mex:  :dt:


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