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  • Looking great, Troels!

    Anders

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    • I love this street, Troels. It must be a pleasure for Testard to watch it when he enters the village on his snail-pacing wagon as in the last shot. I envy him.

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      • Frederic, I have a hard time restraining myself from beginning the landscaping of the street entrance. I think it will look very good seen from Testard's point of view, especially when the masts of a big schooner or yawl in the harbor frames everything.
        Troels Kirk

        Näsum, Sweden

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        • Always a real treat to see your work Troels, love your trees and ground covers.

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          • Troels,

            Thanks for the pointers on the trees.

            The bakery is coming along nicely. I like the big window to display the pastries.
            Tom M.

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            • quote:


              Originally posted by kirk


              Frederic, I have a hard time restraining myself from beginning the landscaping of the street entrance. I think it will look very good seen from Testard's point of view, especially when the masts of a big schooner or yawl in the harbor frames everything.


              Wow, now that is something to look forward too.

              The street looks beautiful.

              Regards

              Kathy
              www.kathymillatt.co.uk

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              • A little progress tonight... rolled roofing and some blue and white paint. I'll scratchbuild the large shop window.


                Troels Kirk

                Näsum, Sweden

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                • Troels

                  Excellent looking down that street. But then again looking at most of your layout is unbelievable.

                  I have a question I'm sure it has been asked an answered before but just about what time period are we in???

                  Jerry
                  Jerry



                  "And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years." A. Lincoln

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                  • it all looks great

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                    • Nice Troels, great eyecatcher this blue in the street !

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                      • Very nice, Troels!
                        www.olaviahokas.com/trainstuff

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                        • The colour blue adorns this structure quite nicely and it is topped off with the ornate detailing at the peak. Another winner to be! :up: :up:
                          Mike Hamer

                          Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

                          http://www.bostonandmaine.blogspot.ca

                          http://www.craftsmanstructures.blogspot.ca

                          http://modelrailroadsivisit.blogspot.ca

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                          • Chimney carved and painted, signs, shop window...

                            I will make a simple interior and a foundation/streetwalk when I know the final location. I like having the Frary next door the bakery.




                            Troels Kirk

                            Näsum, Sweden

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                            • Beautiful work Kirk. I've lurked here a long time without comment as I couldn't think of anything to add to what everybody else is saying. But now I do have a question, What did you use for the trim at the peaks of the gables on the bakery? Are these commercial castings, or did you make these, if so how?

                              Thanks so much for sharing this, I've filed away an encyclopedia full of ideas for when I start my railroad.

                              Cheers!
                              Bill Allen

                              Arbor Creek & Middle River Valley Railway

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                              • I second Bill’s comments.

                                Nothing much to add. Beautiful. And the blue colour is perfect, not to blue.

                                Anders

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