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  • #16
    Hey Frank,

    I suppose were quite a contrast to Florida,

    I live on the east slopes of the Cascades,so were a little dryer then my modeling looks,

    which is like the westside of the Cascades,

    my room/diorama is 22' long x 15"-48" deep,

    heres the link to its construction history;

    http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/t...TOPIC_ID=31771

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    • #17
      Randy,

      Very good .. looking forward to the next stage of your work.
      Tom M.

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      • #18
        Randy,

        When not commenting I am still dropping in for a "look see" [:-magnify]
        Tom M.

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        • #19
          NIce work as always. Is this an extension to the Columbia Pacific Mining Co?

          Arthur
          Arthur

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          • #20
            hey Randy, the backdrop looks great, quite different from the other uilds.

            Mark
            W,L,&E

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            • #21
              Randy,

              Thanks for the peak at your construction photos. You sure have a lot of stuff crammed into that 11 x 22 space. Your railroad is definitely “out” of the closet.
              Frank

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              • #22
                Arthur

                only in the pictorial story,

                this winters diorama ( "spring Creek")is on the same benchwork as the mining area dioramas I built last winter,I plan to do a different diorama each winter.

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                • #23
                  Nice stuff Randy !! Still lurking..

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                  • #24
                    Thanks everybody for stopping by in 2011'

                    and looking at this thread on

                    the 1st installment of the "Columbia Pacific Railroad" story.

                    Happy Modeling in the new year!

                    Randy

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                    • #25
                      Stunning work Randy!!!

                      This old noobie is thoroughly impressed with the level of detail!

                      I, like the others, can't wait for the next chapter! ;-D
                      ______________________

                      Carmine * CEO, Engineer, and Janitor * Pacific Belt RR, since 1975!!

                      NCE & TCS, w/Keep-Alive ONLY!!

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                      • #26
                        hey Carmine,

                        I'm glad you enjoyed the 1st edition of the "Columbia Pacific Railroad" story,

                        the 2nd edition is underway at the thread,

                        "Columbia Pacific Railroad"-the "Spring Creek"area,

                        enjoy,

                        thanks for checking out my work.

                        Randy

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                        • #27
                          Wow! Randy. Great photostory of a great looking layout. I love the feel of the forest I get looking at the images. Very dramatic in the larger scale. Thanks for sharing! [:-apple][:-apple]
                          Mike Hamer

                          Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

                          http://www.bostonandmaine.blogspot.ca

                          http://www.craftsmanstructures.blogspot.ca

                          http://modelrailroadsivisit.blogspot.ca

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                          • #28
                            Hey Mike,

                            thanks again for checking out the 1st chapter of the "Columbia Pacific Railroad" story,

                            the mining areas,

                            the "Carol Ann" & the "Erma V."

                            name tributes to my mom and gram.

                            ya Mike I do love working in this larger scale.

                            for my rollingstock and figures etc. 1:20.3,

                            about 5/8" to the foot.

                            Randy

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                            • #29
                              Well today I recieved another locomotive I've hoped to get someday,and today was the day!

                              A new 25 ton Climax B in 1:20.3 scale,

                              I won it on Ebay,

                              It has a road name I'll have to scratch,

                              but I'm thrilled to get it![:-angel]

                              Its "Shiney" new for now,

                              heres a few pics;









                              Randy

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                              • #30
                                Great find Randy, she'll look good hauling supplies up to the mines.

                                Mark
                                W,L,&E

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