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MikeC
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Posted - 10/11/2005 :  2:26:49 PM  Show Profile
quote:
Originally posted by ANo10

I have one more kit to build after Quincy's....
Jim



Which one?




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ANo10
Fireman



Posted - 10/11/2005 :  3:19:43 PM  Show Profile

FSM Logging Repair Shed..



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ANo10
Fireman



Posted - 10/11/2005 :  3:19:43 PM  Show Profile

FSM Logging Repair Shed..



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extra94
New Hire

Posted - 10/12/2005 :  12:18:19 AM  Show Profile  Visit extra94's Homepage
Here's another sawmill I did for a client in HO, scatchbuilt mostly from photos. The layout was 22' x15' and based on the C&O that ran past Cass, WV. The mill module was 30"x96" and included about 3/4 of the total Cass millsite in scale and layout. All the lumber stacks were cast in resin from my own molds, just to give the bulk it needed for a sawmill this size.


This view of the log pond at the other end was made just after the layout was installed so it's lacking some finished detail.


Model Railroader did a real lame article on this layout back in December 2004.Dave Rickaby had some great pix and a good article, but MR editors hacked it apart and left out some good scenery shots like this one. The crossing at the top of the canyon is the HOn3 line, 57" from the floor.

Chris



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extra94
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Posted - 10/12/2005 :  12:18:19 AM  Show Profile  Visit extra94's Homepage
Here's another sawmill I did for a client in HO, scatchbuilt mostly from photos. The layout was 22' x15' and based on the C&O that ran past Cass, WV. The mill module was 30"x96" and included about 3/4 of the total Cass millsite in scale and layout. All the lumber stacks were cast in resin from my own molds, just to give the bulk it needed for a sawmill this size.


This view of the log pond at the other end was made just after the layout was installed so it's lacking some finished detail.


Model Railroader did a real lame article on this layout back in December 2004.Dave Rickaby had some great pix and a good article, but MR editors hacked it apart and left out some good scenery shots like this one. The crossing at the top of the canyon is the HOn3 line, 57" from the floor.

Chris



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Tileguy
Engine Wiper



Posted - 10/12/2005 :  03:40:57 AM  Show Profile
Nice Work Chris and that last shot really shows off that NG grade nicely.
I'd bet its quite impressive in person!! :)



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Tileguy
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Posted - 10/12/2005 :  03:40:57 AM  Show Profile
Nice Work Chris and that last shot really shows off that NG grade nicely.
I'd bet its quite impressive in person!! :)



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Grabnet
Crew Chief



Posted - 10/15/2005 :  4:54:22 PM  Show Profile
Thought I would throw in a view from the C.S.R.R. in Eastern Tennessee. This is Kittom Mill #2. It is a Kitbashed Walthers Mill kit taking a "one story" structure and making it 2 floors for the "band saw" operation. The loading dock is bashed from the Walthers ice loading dock. Tom




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Grabnet
Crew Chief



Posted - 10/15/2005 :  4:54:22 PM  Show Profile
Thought I would throw in a view from the C.S.R.R. in Eastern Tennessee. This is Kittom Mill #2. It is a Kitbashed Walthers Mill kit taking a "one story" structure and making it 2 floors for the "band saw" operation. The loading dock is bashed from the Walthers ice loading dock. Tom




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MikeC
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Posted - 10/15/2005 :  5:27:50 PM  Show Profile
Chris, that's an excellent job of scratchbuilding and detailing. And the layout scenery is equally excellent. Did you do that also? (I'm going to have to dig out my Dec. 04 MR because I honestly don't remember the article. )

Grabnet, that's a beautiful scene. Very nicely photographed.

I'm really enjoying these scenes, guys. Anyone have any more photos?




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MikeC
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Posted - 10/15/2005 :  5:27:50 PM  Show Profile
Chris, that's an excellent job of scratchbuilding and detailing. And the layout scenery is equally excellent. Did you do that also? (I'm going to have to dig out my Dec. 04 MR because I honestly don't remember the article. )

Grabnet, that's a beautiful scene. Very nicely photographed.

I'm really enjoying these scenes, guys. Anyone have any more photos?




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Peterpools
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Posted - 10/15/2005 :  6:08:37 PM  Show Profile  Visit Peterpools's Homepage
Hi Guys
Some very impressive model building. Enjoyed all the photos.



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Peterpools
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Posted - 10/15/2005 :  6:08:37 PM  Show Profile  Visit Peterpools's Homepage
Hi Guys
Some very impressive model building. Enjoyed all the photos.



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bpate
Fireman



Posted - 10/15/2005 :  6:11:28 PM  Show Profile
Great photos of the mills. Inspres me to get a bit of a hurry on with mine.


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bpate
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Posted - 10/15/2005 :  6:11:28 PM  Show Profile
Great photos of the mills. Inspres me to get a bit of a hurry on with mine.


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