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  • shed looks fine, i would have missed it if you didnt point it out, i guess thats what your after with back ground buildings?

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    • Nice'n dirty !!

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      • Hi Troels, this nice little shed looks like the future home, of a beautifully detailed miniature railroad.

        One of your little persons in the future, will decide this will be the perfect place to build it in.

        Greg Shinnie

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        • The new shed looks good, Troels. How do you have the straw keep its straight angle?

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          • Troels

            Back on page 47. The wagon did you build that from scratch or is that a kit??

            I've been looking for some wagons for a scene I want to build but O-Scale wagons seem to be hard to find.

            Any help there???

            Thanks in advance.

            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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            • great little shed

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              • Nice build!

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                • Jerry, that wagon is a Duncan model (Britain). If you go to scalelink.co.uk and look through the Duncan and S&D Bygone-Age kits there are some very fine waggons and horses (also some horses in the S&D figures lists).

                  Frederic, the straw is fastened to a "metal" protective sheet on the eave... superglued to a piece of rusty MiTeintes that is.
                  Troels Kirk

                  Näsum, Sweden

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                  • OK, thanks, Troels.

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                    • Thanks Troels. I';m on my way there now.

                      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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                      • Nice shed Troels ;-)

                        Now, let me see the "Ladder Dolly"....

                        you may have beat me to the punch on this one....

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                        • Great shed Troels, I've always liked exploring old buildings in search of old items. As a historian I get to see some unusual things that have long been forgotten. Your shed has me wondering what might be lost beneath the floor boards. Maybe an old bottle or two, or perhaps a horse bit. I once found two peaveys in a shed that I was tearing down, along with bits of newspaper discussing Adolph Hitler building his cabinet in 1936.

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                          • Jerry, another possible source of wagons might be blue moon manufacturing.http://www.bluemoonmanufacturing.com....php?cat_id=27 They produce 28mm gaming figures. While 28mm is a wee bit smaller than 1/48, the difference is slight. I think that 28mm looks good with 0n30. Cheers, Steve

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                            • Troels

                              all looking wonderful as always. Surprised you haven't entered the 2 month challenge to get some motivation. You could probably get 20 more buildings done, if pushed along by all of us

                              Only joking of course. You could probably build as many, as half of us put together. :up:
                              Regards Rob

                              Despite the cost of living, it's still popular

                              My current build.

                              https://railroad-line.com/node/40644

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                              • Troels,

                                Would you mind if I posted a list of the paint colors you mention in your "Realistic Color" video for the benefit of those of us who have little or no art background and therefore might not be familiar with some of the names?

                                Rob Morrison

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