MODELING Weekend Photo Fun, January 29, 2021

r_i_straw Jan 29, 2021

  1. mrhedley

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    I've been playing around with the Industrial area based on the CAD drawing I did. First I modified the Superior Paper mill kit to use as the paper coating plant, and then modified a Hardwood Furniture kit for the shipping/receiving center. I had to cut about 4" off the paper mill to make it work, but it actually worked out better than I thought because I got to use the excess as a link between the buildings. I dry fit all the track and turnouts to make sure they all fit and there are no kinks or too tight radius. Now to finish up the building kits so I can start laying the track work. A lot of this track is going to be covered with styrene to resemble street running, and then add the details. I put a lot of thought into the switching moves possible with this combination, and it should allow me to switch all four facilities while minimizing any interference on the mainline. IMG_2382.jpg
     
  2. Tompm

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    As operations are winding down on the RK&M we find Baldwin S-12 (Bowser) heading up a livestock move with two PRR Livestock Cars (Bowser) and four Poultry Transportation Cars (Bachmann) with a PRSL N-5 caboose (Bowser kit) on the rear.

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  4. Bourkinafasso

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    Lumber yard in construction.... [​IMG]

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  5. sandro schaer

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    hey... where are you from ? i mean exactly ? i just know one country selling feldschlösschen. please contact me offline.
     
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