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  • Rick
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    Originally posted by kirk


    I'll open a vol.3 when posting tonight, and hope some moderator locks this one up then!



    Some Moderator here.

    I won't be around tonight, so I'll lock it up now and you can start Vol. 3 at your convenience.

    It's been a fun ride in the first two volumes and I know #3 won't disappoint.

    Congratulations Troels and thanks for very valued contributions to the forum.

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  • Geezer
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    Looking forward to volume #3! ;-)

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  • Tommatthews
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    Troels,

    Congratulations ..... looking forward to the next 100 pages

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  • sgtbob
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    Troels,

    So the second 100 pages are here and every one of them outstanding!! I first found your string at the start of the 2nd 100 pages so I went back and read through the first 100. Even though I do not post often, I have been following ever since. You are a great inspiration to many model railroaders, me being one of them. Here's to another 100 fantastic pages!!

    Cheers,

    Bob

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  • R.BOUDREAUX
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    Troels,

    I read where you mentioned Ericson's Wharf in a recent post. Is there a 'build' or a tutorial on this project somewhere ?

    It is a very interesting group of structures and I would like to see it.

    Thanks,

    RichBo

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  • postalkarl
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    Hi Troels:

    Very well done. I always enjoy the photos. Great horse & wagon.

    Karl S.

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  • Martin_Welberg
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    Shure I'll do join you in the next volume. Need to see were it's going don't I

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  • kirk
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    Yeahh, it's been a hell of a ride Just checked the statistics on vol. 1 and two, and the sum total reads are over 309000! Thanks for this immense interest and support. I still haven't figured why exactly.... I'll open a vol.3 when posting tonight, and hope some moderator locks this one up then!

    In july 2008 I built the first O-scale structure: my little water tower, without any clue to what it would be used for... By august, two years ago, I had decided to go for Maine narrow gauge, and built Ericson's Wharf, followed by a string of structures. 13 months ago the layout construction began... It has been a downhill slide ever since, and extremely fun too.

    Hope you'll join me in vol.3!!!

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  • wesleybeks
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    WOW troels

    100 pages in exactly 8 months. Your work rate is phenomenal.

    Looking forward to volume 3.

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  • kirk
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    Ben, I only have two hands and an hour or two a day ;o) And I love to spread my attention to several projects at a time... these days boatbuilding, locomotive and car painting/weathering, coal crane, waybills, signs, trees... But the ballast will get there eventually ;-)

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  • wanderingsailor
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    Volume 3 is rapidly approaching...

    Troels, could you indulge us by ballasting just that section of track in front of the hotel and retaking some of those earlier magnificent photos?

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  • Oh_Mr_Porter
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    Is that four funnels I see?

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  • Geezer
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    It wont sink!!! Looks seaworthy to me already!!! ;-)

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  • Locoman
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    Nice start on the ship. Although, I think you have it a little overload. My guess is that is will sink.

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  • wesleybeks
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    Yet another awesome looking build ahead Troels.

    Look forward to what you do with it.

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