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  • #61
    There's life again!! I had to model a little while the kids stay here too... so today I've built a freight shed to match the station. I've begun weathering walls and roofs a little, and adding a few details. Some more figures will get there too eventually, but I have added the station master William Andersen about to check the time...








    Troels Kirk

    Näsum, Sweden

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    • #62
      Troels, your station scene is coming along nicely. I'd think it is time for more scenery work in this area.

      W,L,&E

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      • #63
        This additionnal building is another gem, Troels. Great work.

        As Mark said, we're all longing for more scenery in this area. It's not train time that M. Bill Andersen is checking, it's scenery time!!!

        I would willingly add : 'Take your time, my friend' to make the last sentence less violent but I can't even do that since everybody here knows you don't even need to take your time to make new marvels.

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        • #64
          Mark and Frederic, I would willingly begin making more scenery, but with around 12 deg. C in the shed, the fun is of limited length, and drying times very long. I intend to paint the stone road bridge soon, and the plaster bandages are ready for action when weather improves...
          Troels Kirk

          Näsum, Sweden

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          • #65
            Troels,

            The shed is a perfect addition to the station. I think that you might need to change the hairdoo on Bill .

            Larry

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            • #66
              Well, Troels, this sounds like a valid argument.

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              • #67
                Nice little freight house Troels....looks like a "raw" day in November....just before the rain set in.....

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                • #68
                  Freight house looks perfect next to the station. I don't blame you for not wanting to work in the cold. I don't like it either.
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                  • #69
                    Troels, I will try to get the weatherman to send you some warm weather just for you to get some more scenery done.

                    Mark
                    W,L,&E

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                    • #70
                      Troels, the freight shed looks great with the station. It's going to be yet another great scene when it is completed.
                      Ron Newby

                      General Manager

                      Clearwater Valley Railway Co.

                      http://cvry.ca

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                      • #71
                        Troels, the freight house is a great complement to the depot. Yup, 12 degrees is pretty cold for paint drying. I am tired of winter already. Can't wait until spring gets here.

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                        • #72
                          Hi Troels


                          Very nice work, mate...

                          In a couple of days, we start our new production. I noticed your cart on the station...

                          here is a cart that I built ( scale 1:1 ) for the stage show... I will think [}] of your station and the RRL crew, each time the cart gets wheeled onto the set..

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                          Nudge Nudge Wink Wink
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                          • #73
                            Funny, I think of 12 degrees C as pretty good. I came back from San Fransisco a couple of weeks ago where it was getting down to 34 degrees F. Now I am back in Brisbane where it is averaging 30 degrees C with 100% humidity and my problem is I can't get the power tools outside to cut timber because it is raining all day!!!! Good excuse for building any layout as a series of modules which can be created somewhere comfortable. When I look at the latest series of photos and if I squint with my left eye (which isn't as good as my right) it really seems that those low hills in the background are covered in snow. Looking lovely as usual Troels, can't wait for the next YouTube instalment.
                            Ian Hodgkiss#8232;

                            The Steamy Pudding - NG in 1:24 scale (in progress)

                            Frog Halt - NG in 1:12 scale (coming soon)

                            East of the Wanganui River, south of Hokitika - NG logging in 1:43 scale (planned)#8232;

                            Brisbane, Australia

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                            • #74
                              I had to get some action in the shed again today, so I braved the now 11 deg. C indoors to give the road bridge a drybrushing on the black base. Unfortunately the weather people promise a very cold start to the new year, so I'll probably be confined to building structures in the big house again for quite some time forward... well well. But here's the bridge anyway:


                              Troels Kirk

                              Näsum, Sweden

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                              • #75
                                Troels, the bridge came out very nice. glad you were able to get back to some work in the shed. I know it;s hard on the ole body when it get cold.

                                Mark
                                W,L,&E

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