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Ensign Posted - 01/22/2019 : 5:24:12 PM
Hi everyone, well look what I picked up today in the mail!
Rail Scale Miniatures "Whispering Falls" has finally arrived!
This kit has so much stuff in it that RSM owner Dario Le Donne had to use 2 boxes to accommodate all of the materials needed to build this kit.
Here are the boxes that this kit comes in.



Here is the information packed instruction manual and the "Micro Scale" Floquil colour chart- cross reference chart that come with this kit.





A look inside of the kit's manual shows how Dario at RSM walks you through each step.
Providing good photos of what you are working on and how it should look.





First I dug into the larger box to see this kits contents.
I could not fit everything into one shot so I took a few.
This kit has a lot of wood in it, for that board on board construction of the barn.



The kit's castings, CD with colour images showing this kit from different perspectives.
Different styles of roofing materials used throughout this kit, and other detailing components.



To be continued...
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Bill Gill Posted - 08/09/2019 : 08:23:40 AM
Where is the hen weigh? Jim
Jim, oh, you are so close, ask again... :)
Ensign Posted - 08/08/2019 : 9:56:00 PM
quote:
Originally posted by TRAINS1941

You sure doing and outstanding job Greg. That chicken coop really was a nice addition to the scene.



Jerry, thanks for your post, and for the kind words in it!

Greg
Ensign Posted - 08/08/2019 : 9:54:08 PM
Jim, Pete & Kevin, thanks for your posts!

Jim, the hen weigh is just across the road from the farm.

Greg
TRAINS1941 Posted - 08/08/2019 : 9:50:27 PM
You sure doing and outstanding job Greg. That chicken coop really was a nice addition to the scene.
kebmo Posted - 08/08/2019 : 8:37:55 PM
this just keeps on getting better and better. push on young man!
Orionvp17 Posted - 08/08/2019 : 8:23:56 PM
quote:
Originally posted by BurleyJim

Where is the hen weigh?

Jim



Don't go there, Jim!

Pete
in Michigan
BurleyJim Posted - 08/08/2019 : 8:13:16 PM
Where is the hen weigh?

Jim
Ensign Posted - 08/08/2019 : 4:32:29 PM
Dave, Bill & Mike, thanks for your thoughts and for your positive comments.

Dave, if it was really my choice I would have free range chickens.

Bill, I figured that you'd have some foul related words for me.

Mike, I'm riding the same hay wagon that you are, when it comes to farm structure placement.
I'm just glad that my structure placement, is looking logical to you.

Greg
Michael Hohn Posted - 08/08/2019 : 4:03:28 PM
Greg,

Looks like you’ve been cooped up doing some quality modeling.

There’s probably a logic to farm arrangement but it would take more knowledge than I have. Nevertheless it looks logical to me to have the vehicle shed close to the barn like you’ve done.

Mike
Bill Gill Posted - 08/08/2019 : 3:53:27 PM
Greg, With the arrows and measurements it looks like you figured out eggsactly where to locate the chicken coop.
Now all you have to do is install a Henway
Guff Posted - 08/08/2019 : 3:21:03 PM
Very nice!
The building placement seems logical with the chicken coop within easy walking distance for the cook.
Ensign Posted - 08/08/2019 : 1:59:08 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Carl B

Looks good Greg, the coop and its screened frame adds a nice touch to the kit.

What is the thickness of the provided white cardstock substrate?



Thanks, Carl.

It's 1/32" in thickness.

Greg
Carl B Posted - 08/08/2019 : 1:48:15 PM
Looks good Greg, the coop and its screened frame adds a nice touch to the kit.

What is the thickness of the provided white cardstock substrate?
Ensign Posted - 08/08/2019 : 1:01:04 PM
Pete & Bob, thanks for your continued support throughout this build.
It's always great to have you guys looking over my shoulder, at what I'm doing here.

Greg
sgtbob Posted - 08/08/2019 : 12:46:21 PM
I agree with Pete, very nice progress. Can't wait to see your finished product.

Bob

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