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Tyson Rayles
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Posted - 03/13/2005 :  6:28:56 PM  Show Profile
It's nice to have another N-scaler here Bjorn ( sorry can't figure out how to get the extra dots over the o), lets see........ you, me and all the other N-scalers here would equal a total number of ....hmmmm.....oh yeah! Two! Maybe this will start a trend! Again great work and pics and welcome to RR-Line!


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ETinBH
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Posted - 03/13/2005 :  7:32:32 PM  Show Profile
Realistic looking. Like the last best.

Elliott

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ETinBH
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Posted - 03/13/2005 :  7:32:32 PM  Show Profile
Realistic looking. Like the last best.

Elliott

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davidray
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Posted - 03/13/2005 :  9:17:19 PM  Show Profile
Well, my son just looked over my shoulder and asked if that last shot was a real train. Take that as a compliment of the highest form. Very nice modeling and photography. The background blends nicely.


David Ray
Cumming, Georgia, USA

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davidray
Engine Wiper



Posted - 03/13/2005 :  9:17:19 PM  Show Profile
Well, my son just looked over my shoulder and asked if that last shot was a real train. Take that as a compliment of the highest form. Very nice modeling and photography. The background blends nicely.


David Ray
Cumming, Georgia, USA

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Rusty Stumps
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Posted - 03/13/2005 :  9:33:03 PM  Show Profile
Björn, Your models and photography are excellent, no questions. As to your English, it's probably better than most here! We have many different areas of the country that speak the language quite different and sometimes we can understand someone from another country better than we can our own countrymen!

Keep up the good work and keep the pictures coming.


Walt

In the Crossroads of America.

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Rusty Stumps
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Posted - 03/13/2005 :  9:33:03 PM  Show Profile
Björn, Your models and photography are excellent, no questions. As to your English, it's probably better than most here! We have many different areas of the country that speak the language quite different and sometimes we can understand someone from another country better than we can our own countrymen!

Keep up the good work and keep the pictures coming.


Walt

In the Crossroads of America.

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Will_Annand
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Posted - 03/13/2005 :  9:43:57 PM  Show Profile  Visit Will_Annand's Homepage
Björn, very nice on both accounts, the module looks great, and the photography is so well done it shows off the module very effectively.

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Will Annand
Modeling the CVR in N Scale.
www.muskokacomputes.com/CVR-Home.html

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Will_Annand
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Posted - 03/13/2005 :  9:43:57 PM  Show Profile  Visit Will_Annand's Homepage
Björn, very nice on both accounts, the module looks great, and the photography is so well done it shows off the module very effectively.

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Will Annand
Modeling the CVR in N Scale.
www.muskokacomputes.com/CVR-Home.html

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On30fan
Crew Chief



Posted - 03/13/2005 :  10:50:06 PM  Show Profile
Björn,
Very nice. I wasn't sure if your modeling was in N scale or not. It really looks like HO or even O scale.

What products did you use for the scenery? It's some of the best I've seen.


Cheers,
Steve
San Juan Lumber Company
Niagara Frontier Traction Company

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On30fan
Crew Chief



Posted - 03/13/2005 :  10:50:06 PM  Show Profile
Björn,
Very nice. I wasn't sure if your modeling was in N scale or not. It really looks like HO or even O scale.

What products did you use for the scenery? It's some of the best I've seen.


Cheers,
Steve
San Juan Lumber Company
Niagara Frontier Traction Company

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Tyson Rayles
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Posted - 03/13/2005 :  11:15:46 PM  Show Profile
O.K. folks, how are you getting the 2 dots over the o in Bjorn?


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Tyson Rayles
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Posted - 03/13/2005 :  11:15:46 PM  Show Profile
O.K. folks, how are you getting the 2 dots over the o in Bjorn?


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OEandJP Rs
Section Hand

Posted - 03/14/2005 :  12:28:13 AM  Show Profile
Björn
Tyson M8 i cheated and used Copy & Paste for Björn's name. lol
Welcome Björn from another N-scaler, this one from Australia.
The photo's & scenery are superb, well done.
Damien.



Edited by - OEandJP Rs on 03/14/2005 12:33:35 AM

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OEandJP Rs
Section Hand

Posted - 03/14/2005 :  12:28:13 AM  Show Profile
Björn
Tyson M8 i cheated and used Copy & Paste for Björn's name. lol
Welcome Björn from another N-scaler, this one from Australia.
The photo's & scenery are superb, well done.
Damien.



Edited by - OEandJP Rs on 03/14/2005 12:33:35 AM

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