I started a kitbash project using Altas lumber yards

White River Line Aug 26, 2022

  1. White River Line

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  2. Hardcoaler

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    That's a very well done video @White River Line (y). Clear, well-paced and with an honest narrative that admits not everything goes perfectly in modelwork. Oh, and I also appreciate the omission of an excessive rock music introduction. ;)
     
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  3. White River Line

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    Thanks for the compliments on my video work. I put a lot of thought and energy into it and it's nice when it is noticed.
     
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  4. Erik84750

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    What a beautiful, neat, professional work bench!
    And your video is so well made: everything from sound, to editing, to your handling during the video and verbal explanations.
    And indeed no disturbing background sound :)
    Added to favorites.
     
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  5. Doug Gosha

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    Ah, the good ol' Atlas Lumber Yard, the N scale version (#2852) of which they advertised in N scale's early days and which I wanted really bad and which Atlas never made! I had to settle for their #2859 Log Mill and #2883 Lumber Mill.

    Doug
     
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  6. White River Line

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    Thanks! My workbench is pretty compact but very sufficient. I always try to start a project with a neat bench, but it gets a little cluttered as I work.
     
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  7. White River Line

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    That's too bad. Atlas kits are pretty good for the price. A bit of customization helps take them to the next level.
     
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