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TrevorCreek
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  06:44:00 AM  Show Profile  Click to see TrevorCreek's MSN Messenger address
Terry,

Great job on the kit. How did you do your water? It is terrific.

Frank



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Rick
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  07:37:17 AM  Show Profile
Terry, I like it. Great job. Hope mine comes out half as good. How did you do the sign on the front?


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Rick
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  07:37:17 AM  Show Profile
Terry, I like it. Great job. Hope mine comes out half as good. How did you do the sign on the front?


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shortliner
Crew Chief



Posted - 10/01/2005 :  11:35:57 AM  Show Profile
Mario - looks like it is to get up onto those steps up the side - swings up out of the way when stuff is being hauled up to the loading doors from the sea-level dock
Shortliner(Jack)away up here in the Highlands



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shortliner
Crew Chief



Posted - 10/01/2005 :  11:35:57 AM  Show Profile
Mario - looks like it is to get up onto those steps up the side - swings up out of the way when stuff is being hauled up to the loading doors from the sea-level dock
Shortliner(Jack)away up here in the Highlands



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postalkarl
Fireman



Posted - 10/01/2005 :  11:53:17 AM  Show Profile
Terry:

That is a wonderful litle structure. Great modeling. Is it O-Scale?

Karl S.



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postalkarl
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  11:53:17 AM  Show Profile
Terry:

That is a wonderful litle structure. Great modeling. Is it O-Scale?

Karl S.



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belg
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  11:57:14 AM  Show Profile
Terry, I can't say enough how much I like your latest work. The fact that you have brought height to a seemingly simple structure has added so many opportunities to add character and you don't seem to have missed a single chance to do just that.

I believe you had told us once before how you do your water, but since my computer crash I have not been able to recover it could you post a link to it or maybe share the technique again, Thanks so much, Pat.



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belg
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  11:57:14 AM  Show Profile
Terry, I can't say enough how much I like your latest work. The fact that you have brought height to a seemingly simple structure has added so many opportunities to add character and you don't seem to have missed a single chance to do just that.

I believe you had told us once before how you do your water, but since my computer crash I have not been able to recover it could you post a link to it or maybe share the technique again, Thanks so much, Pat.



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Peterpools
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  1:02:27 PM  Show Profile  Visit Peterpools's Homepage
Terry
Great job all around. Weathering and finish adds just the right touch. I'm with Frank B on learning how you did the water.



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Peterpools
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  1:02:27 PM  Show Profile  Visit Peterpools's Homepage
Terry
Great job all around. Weathering and finish adds just the right touch. I'm with Frank B on learning how you did the water.



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olmacguy
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  5:39:13 PM  Show Profile  Visit olmacguy's Homepage
Terry,

You are just adding to me current O scale lust. What you have done with an already great structure is amazing. I have one of these ordered and if you don't mind, I will try to use your idea on my kit.

Like Rick, I would also like to know how you did the sign and since I probably wasn't on RRL when you gave the information on how you did the water, would you mind giving it again.

Simply outstanding job.

Bud



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olmacguy
Engine Wiper



Posted - 10/01/2005 :  5:39:13 PM  Show Profile  Visit olmacguy's Homepage
Terry,

You are just adding to me current O scale lust. What you have done with an already great structure is amazing. I have one of these ordered and if you don't mind, I will try to use your idea on my kit.

Like Rick, I would also like to know how you did the sign and since I probably wasn't on RRL when you gave the information on how you did the water, would you mind giving it again.

Simply outstanding job.

Bud



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Tyson Rayles
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  6:33:59 PM  Show Profile
Excellent!


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Tyson Rayles
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Posted - 10/01/2005 :  6:33:59 PM  Show Profile
Excellent!


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