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Dutchman
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Posted - 10/01/2020 :  09:53:30 AM  Show Profile
As we sometimes do, we let two Gallery Themes share this month. For the first half of October, it is a scenery theme suggested by Rick. We will focus on rocks, cliffs and mouintains.

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Dutchman
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I will start us off with this picture from Andy Keeney's RR.







Bruce

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Rick
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The New Mexico NG modular layout




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Rick
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Mudhens modular layout at St. Louis.




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Dutchman
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Bob Hamm's HOn3 RR.






Bruce

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robert goslin
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From our New Zealand trip.
The farm now called Hairy Feet, was a film location for the Hobbit. A stunning place. A must see for fans.
https://hairyfeetwaitomo.co.nz/Fun-Filming-Facts








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Rick
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Loon Lake Railway




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Dutchman
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Dave Moltrup's Steel RR.






Bruce

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Rick
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John Kalin's Sn3 layout




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robert goslin
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Posted - 10/04/2020 :  02:38:38 AM  Show Profile
Mount Ruapehu, Volcano NZ.



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The mountain behind the town of Holy Cross on my HOn3 layout.


Michael Graff
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Rich Rand's layout




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Dutchman
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Dick Caudle's layout.






Bruce

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Rusty Stumps Ships Chandler




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Terrell
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A few rocks on my On30 Oak Grove RR.




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time2play
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These "mountains" were 12ft long using 634 molds. After they were done, I took them down because they didn't look right - too tall for the scene.



Bob



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