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CieloVistaRy
Fireman



Posted - 12/31/2010 :  12:42:51 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Very nice! Well done- that stub switch really lines up well.

Arthur


Arthur

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leighant
New Hire

Posted - 01/24/2011 :  4:30:48 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi- I'm new here and here is some of my scratchbuilt stuff which has been shown on other fora.

United Farm Workers/ Nit-Pickers Union Hall (N)


Lattimore's Barn.. N scale model of O gauge layout in loft.

The real Lattimore had an HO layout in this barn in 1975...I didn't claim this as exact model mof prototype, only as scratchbuilt.

"Shotgun House" built in 1969 (while in a hospital bed for tests) to see if it was practical to build in N scale.


Creotex wood preservation plant. (The 2-story office buiulding was my SECOND N scale model)


Johnston ATSF depot, scratched from proto plan


First State Bank, Johnston, TX


Jayco- N model



Bulk oil dealer prototype


I have some 70 - 90% scratchbuilt projects- don't know if they would be appropriate here. I am new to site.





Edited by - leighant on 01/24/2011 4:35:17 PM

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Ensign
Fireman

Posted - 01/24/2011 :  5:01:21 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Welcome to the forum Kenneth!
I love your models well done!
I especially like Lattimore's Barn with the O scale layout upstairs,but how do the members get up there? Very nice touch.

Greg Shinnie



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Dutchman
Administrator

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Posted - 01/24/2011 :  5:01:37 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Very nice modeling in N-Scale, Kenneth.

Here is an HO scrathbuild I just finished. Everything is either paper or cardstock except the doorknob, sign supports and the muntins in the little square windows. There are no commercial parts in the build.



Bruce

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Pennman
Fireman

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Posted - 01/24/2011 :  10:35:13 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Kenneth,
I like your shotgun house the best and all of your other builds are great too. It must have been difficult to build in a Hospital bed.

Bruce,
Your scratchbuild turned out great, too.



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LandNnut
Fireman



Posted - 01/25/2011 :  06:47:02 AM  Show Profile  Visit LandNnut's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Hi Kenneth;
Welcome to RR-Line. Wow. Great N scale buildings. Its good to have another N scale modeler on the forum.
I hope to see you over on the Small Scale Forum.
L&N nut
Jon



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sgtbob
Fireman

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Posted - 01/25/2011 :  06:59:02 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Lots of good stuff here, thanks for posting. Rather than me repeating my scratchbuilt stuff, I invite you to check out my string in this forum over on the scratchbuilt area.

http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=30102&whichpage=1

Cheers,
Bob


http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=30102
http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=51837

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Wolfgang
Engine Wiper

Posted - 03/13/2011 :  5:02:46 PM  Show Profile  Visit Wolfgang's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Here's my coal house at Salina.



Wolfgang


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Pueblo & Salt Lake RR

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Dutchman
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Posted - 04/18/2011 :  09:24:18 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
My last three scratchbuilds have all been HOn3 rolling stock.

Gondola with slab wood load.



Provisions Car (think pedler on rails)



Caboose



Bruce

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Wallace
Engine Wiper

Posted - 04/21/2011 :  8:20:03 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
A tool shed for the Goldfield & Hangtown RR

The doors open and close on hinges; the sliding door is on rollers.




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George D
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Posted - 04/21/2011 :  8:55:21 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Bruce, you’re making nice progress on your Master Builder - Cars certificate.

Nicely detailed tool shed, Wallace. What scale is it?

George



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Wallace
Engine Wiper

Posted - 04/23/2011 :  01:16:32 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The tool shed is HO scale. It was built for the Goldfield & Hangtown RR (Jan '11 MR). Other pictures can be seen on the members personal websites, page 2.


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andykins
Fireman

Posted - 04/23/2011 :  03:52:10 AM  Show Profile  Visit andykins's Homepage  Reply with Quote
heres a trailer i built for my layout, its 1/48 and based slightly on one from the 30's. but i was aiming for more of a home built unit, then the small batch run of the prototype.



and with the roof painted


it will sit on bricks when placed on the layout



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tracymckibben
New Hire



Posted - 05/01/2011 :  11:51:57 AM  Show Profile  Visit tracymckibben's Homepage  Reply with Quote
First post to this thread from me, many more to come. I just finished my first ever scratchbuilt structure, a rural produce warehouse in HO scale. Board-by-board construction, everything except the figures and some of the interior details was built from scratch. Many more photos, and "how-to" info on my blog.






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deemery
Fireman

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Posted - 05/01/2011 :  12:09:38 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Seems to me the fire inspector would require some metal underneath and behind the stove. But that's a nit on a really nice-looking interior!

dave


Modeling 1890s (because the voices in my head told me to)

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