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Hopeless Posted - 07/20/2010 : 9:03:22 PM
OK, Here are some photos of where I am at with my layout. At this point most of the layout is pink styrofoam with track pinned to it. Only one small section is complete. I dont have scaning so I don't know how to add a trackplan. Photos in next post

Roland
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Hopeless Posted - 04/09/2020 : 8:22:25 PM
Thank you all. I do get a lot of inspiration from this group.

Larry, I'm not surprised you are interested in the truck. Lots of them were used during WWI. 4 wheel drive, 4 wheel steering, and 4 wheel brakes. I was lucky to find an original McKenzie Iron and Steel kit at a show about 10 years ago.
I think Wiseman is now producing them.

Roland
brucet Posted - 04/09/2020 : 8:19:53 PM
Inspiration plus. Well done.
TRAINS1941 Posted - 04/09/2020 : 12:04:59 PM
What a beautiful layout.
BigLars Posted - 04/09/2020 : 11:47:29 AM
Roland,
Very inspirational. Can you tell me more about the truck?
CieloVistaRy Posted - 04/09/2020 : 10:30:13 AM
Roland,

Very well done, as usual! I enjoy the minute attention to detail.
Rick Posted - 04/09/2020 : 10:11:10 AM
Such a beautiful layout.
Thanks for sharing with us.
Hopeless Posted - 04/09/2020 : 09:50:11 AM
I have been enjoying my stay at home time by playing with the layout. If I didn't have it I would be going crazy. I started working on the abandoned ore dock with the tree in the roof again. It will be a background model so not a lot of extra detail.

Dock with out the tree



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A couple of other pictures of finished scenes







Thanks for looking.
Roland
Philip Posted - 02/01/2020 : 12:33:35 PM
Wowsa!

Philip
Hopeless Posted - 01/31/2020 : 8:02:34 PM
Thanks. To answer Rick, the mast is 9 inches tall and the boom is 12. I cut 3 inches off the mast because it just looked to tall.

Roland
TRAINS1941 Posted - 01/31/2020 : 07:54:50 AM
Excellent addition to the RR Roland.
Rick Posted - 01/31/2020 : 06:35:04 AM
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In 1:1, how tall is it?
robert goslin Posted - 01/30/2020 : 8:51:38 PM
Roland, it sure has come up a beauty. Nice extra detail, without being overdone.
In O scale that boom must be fairly tall.
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Hopeless Posted - 01/30/2020 : 3:54:41 PM
Thanks Rob. I'm quite happy how they fill in around the pine trees.

I finished the crane last night. A few photos.







The picture of the Model A in the background is a car I got in 1989 and drove as a hobby until I sold it in 2008. Great little car but kind of slow.

Roland





robert goslin Posted - 01/30/2020 : 03:20:46 AM
Roland, nice trees. I have Hydrangeas in our garden, but I don't know if they're the same sort.
So will see.
Hopeless Posted - 01/29/2020 : 8:38:40 PM
Thank you all once again. Almost finished with the details. Maybe a picture tomorrow.

Roland

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