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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 - 11/13/2019 : 8:34:11 PM
Thanks and don't worry, It will be cluttered when done. Nothing is glued on top yet
kebmo Posted - 11/12/2019 : 10:38:25 PM
when the mrs. is convinced, you have a good thing going. the shed looks great on the wharf. the whole scene looks great, albiet it a bit too neat. it needs more clutter!
Hopeless Posted - 11/12/2019 : 8:57:49 PM
Thanks everyone. Even Mrs Hopeless agrees. It will stay.

The shed is a small HOn30 engine shed made by Tom Yorke. I think I built it about 25 years ago

Roland
brucet Posted - 11/12/2019 : 4:20:21 PM
You can never have toooo much clutter.
hon3_rr Posted - 11/12/2019 : 3:47:39 PM
After getting rid of the masking tape I'd call it a 'keeper'. A nice bit of eye candy when taking in the overall view.
ChiloquinRuss Posted - 11/12/2019 : 2:06:57 PM
I forgot the author but someone once said "the clutter is the clincher", love the shed add on. As far as water goes don't forget the master, Troels Kirk. His water is amazing and relatively easy to do. He's got some great pix of doing the work, step by step. Your wharf is a most convincing piece, well done! [:-thumbu] [:-thumbu] Russ

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UMtXDlS0Tdg
TRAINS1941 Posted - 11/12/2019 : 11:28:53 AM
So Geezer has a new helper... Takes the pressure off me!

Couldn't tell if it was HO or O. Looks great another great addition.
Michael Hohn Posted - 11/12/2019 : 11:03:21 AM
Very nice addition. It not only fits the space but it breaks up the linear all-in-one-direction of the the wharf and main building.

I also like the new figure.

Mike
Pennman Posted - 11/12/2019 : 10:17:04 AM
I agree with Rick, looks like it fits in.

Rich
Rick Posted - 11/12/2019 : 10:11:51 AM
Scale looks fine.
Don't think I would have guessed it's HO if you didn't mention it.
Doesn't look overly crowded to me.
Hopeless Posted - 11/12/2019 : 09:46:54 AM
I found this small shed that has been laying around for a long time. It is HO scale. I'm not quite sure if it fits or makes things to crowded. Looking for opinions.



Thanks for looking, Roland
Hopeless Posted - 11/06/2019 : 8:52:20 PM
Thanks Rick and Rich.

Survived Tenn. Had a good trip but glad to be home.

Roland
Rick Posted - 11/02/2019 : 06:12:10 AM
Roland, great looking wharf.
Enjoy your trip.
Pennman Posted - 11/01/2019 : 9:16:27 PM
Stunning build Roland. Keep up with the work and great pictures. Hope you're feeling better soon.

Rich
Hopeless Posted - 11/01/2019 : 8:27:20 PM
Thank you all for the comments. The wharf is easy enough but I am a little nervous about messing it all up when I try to do the water. Heading out tomorrow morning for Tenn to visit with my brother. I'll worry more when I get back.

Roland

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