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Posted - 06/15/2005 :  04:04:51 AM  Show Profile
This was an Sn3 sectional/modular layout on display in the vendors hall at the NWLMC.























Marc

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Dutchman
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Posted - 06/15/2005 :  06:06:32 AM  Show Profile
Marc,
That is a great looking layout. Do you know how many modules were included?



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Dutchman
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Posted - 06/15/2005 :  06:06:32 AM  Show Profile
Marc,
That is a great looking layout. Do you know how many modules were included?



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Rick
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Posted - 06/15/2005 :  06:30:17 AM  Show Profile
Marc, nice layout. Was this built by an individual or a group? I especially like the ground cover and the painting of the back drop.


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Rick
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Posted - 06/15/2005 :  06:30:17 AM  Show Profile
Marc, nice layout. Was this built by an individual or a group? I especially like the ground cover and the painting of the back drop.


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jatravia
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Posted - 06/15/2005 :  09:07:31 AM  Show Profile
Marc,

great photos. I really like the stream - what was used to make the water?

Joe <><



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jatravia
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Posted - 06/15/2005 :  09:07:31 AM  Show Profile
Marc,

great photos. I really like the stream - what was used to make the water?

Joe <><



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TRAINS1941
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Posted - 06/15/2005 :  09:29:00 AM  Show Profile
Marc,

Great photos. Really some nice modeling there, is this one person or a group of modlers.

Jerry


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Posted - 06/15/2005 :  09:29:00 AM  Show Profile
Marc,

Great photos. Really some nice modeling there, is this one person or a group of modlers.

Jerry


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MikeC
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Posted - 06/15/2005 :  10:12:38 AM  Show Profile
Beautifully modeled scenes! As I have said before, Sn3 is my second favorite scale/gauge, and I probably would have gone into that instead of HO if I could have afforded the locos and rolling stock years ago.

Thanks for the photos, Marc!




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Posted - 06/15/2005 :  10:12:38 AM  Show Profile
Beautifully modeled scenes! As I have said before, Sn3 is my second favorite scale/gauge, and I probably would have gone into that instead of HO if I could have afforded the locos and rolling stock years ago.

Thanks for the photos, Marc!




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Posted - 06/15/2005 :  4:09:21 PM  Show Profile
Sheesh guys....had I known there was going to be a quuiz, I would have taken better notes.....I litteraly just breezed by only taking some photos to post here. I'm pretty sure it was 6 modules; one on each end, and two down each side (it might hvae been 4...but i don't think so). I beleive it was built by 2 or three guys. And unfortunately I also have no idea what the water was made with.

...I'm sorry for my lack of attention to pertinent information....I promise to try/do better next time, now that I know what to expect.

Marc



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Posted - 06/15/2005 :  4:09:21 PM  Show Profile
Sheesh guys....had I known there was going to be a quuiz, I would have taken better notes.....I litteraly just breezed by only taking some photos to post here. I'm pretty sure it was 6 modules; one on each end, and two down each side (it might hvae been 4...but i don't think so). I beleive it was built by 2 or three guys. And unfortunately I also have no idea what the water was made with.

...I'm sorry for my lack of attention to pertinent information....I promise to try/do better next time, now that I know what to expect.

Marc



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jatravia
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Posted - 06/15/2005 :  10:05:23 PM  Show Profile
no problem Marc ... the pics are still great.

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jatravia
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Posted - 06/15/2005 :  10:05:23 PM  Show Profile
no problem Marc ... the pics are still great.

Joe <><



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Marc---Sheesh guys....had I known there was going to be a quuiz, I would have taken better notes.


LOL!! Just modelers being modelers!!



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