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MarkF
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Posted - 12/22/2008 :  01:13:09 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Tim, good to see you posting updates. The buildings look fantastic!!!

Mark

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Brunton
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Posted - 12/22/2008 :  05:58:10 AM  Show Profile  Visit Brunton's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Nice work, Tim! You're always an inspiration!!


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Tyson Rayles
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Posted - 12/22/2008 :  06:55:52 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Excellent!


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Cigarguy
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Posted - 12/22/2008 :  07:26:58 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I find your photos very inspiring... I'm beginning to get the urge to look into my basement again - someplace I haven't set foot in about 6 months or better.

Keep up the excellent work, Tim!


Mike
D&B Lumber Co.
"The Best Wood You Ever Saw!"

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akimmons
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Posted - 12/22/2008 :  08:41:51 AM  Show Profile  Send akimmons an AOL message  Reply with Quote
That's great work Tim! It's good to see Bart and Mr Luce are expanding despite the tough economy. I can't wait to see how the scene comes together.


Arnold Kimmons
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Royal and Edisto Railroad

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Rick
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Posted - 12/22/2008 :  09:06:33 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Tim, it all looks great. I always look forward to seeing your updates.


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Bbags
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Posted - 12/22/2008 :  09:30:29 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Tim,
As others have stated this is a beautiful scene which really makes sense as an industry that would be supported by a railroad.

Looking forward to this area being completed with scenery and that "brand new office for the boys".



John Bagley
Modeling the Alaska Railroad in HO in Wildwood Georgia.

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Frederic Testard
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Posted - 12/22/2008 :  12:05:35 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
This is really a great area, Tim, with lots of fine and impressive buildings.


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GreggW
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Posted - 12/22/2008 :  1:52:39 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Tim,

Great additions to what is already a wonderful layout. Really good stuff!! Thanks for sharing.

Gregg



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Tim Kerkhoff
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Posted - 12/22/2008 :  2:39:39 PM  Show Profile  Send Tim Kerkhoff a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Thanks everyone, there is still numerous things to do yet but getting closer.
Next time Victor (backdrop painter) is out I am going to have him change the backdrop color, too much teal color for me. This is one of the first places he painted and I think he would agree it's needs some warmer colors.

Thanks again.




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Peterpools
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Posted - 12/22/2008 :  6:30:20 PM  Show Profile  Visit Peterpools's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Tim
Always eager to see more of your model building prowess and inspiring railroad.
Peter
BCT



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Marken
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Posted - 12/22/2008 :  8:53:35 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
You've done a great job on those structures Tim

The scene looks fantastic now but I can't wait until the scenery is done. Most excellent!


In memory of Mike Chambers

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Tim Kerkhoff
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Posted - 12/23/2008 :  6:06:49 PM  Show Profile  Send Tim Kerkhoff a Yahoo! Message  Reply with Quote
Thanks Peter and Ken,
Now that we are back operating, most of my time is spent working on adding engines, cars, and continued work on the operating scheme.

My hopes are to finish this before winter is out, so hang in there.

I have been debating whether most of the area would of been paved or some gravel. Mid to late 50's is the era, any thoughts????



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Tabooma County Rwy
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Posted - 12/23/2008 :  6:57:36 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Tim, beautiful looking structures and the whole scene fits together nicely.

I thought you were modeling a more recent era, based on your locomotives? Anyway, for the 50s, probably some pavement and some gravel. For a more recent time, probably more pavement (asphalt), I would think.....



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LVN
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Posted - 12/23/2008 :  11:21:01 PM  Show Profile  Visit LVN's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Ask him to mix the mars black with medium cadmium yellow. You maybe happier with the green. I never use green to make green as it is a bad match for the sceneic materials we use.

Chris Lyon
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