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    Hi everybody:

    I've been building an S scale model of the station that once stood in St. Williams, Ontario. My model includes a working train order board.

    I've written about this station and the order board on my blog. You'll find the entries here...

    http://themodelrailwayshow.com/cn1950s/?cat=56

    ... enjoy if you visit!

    - Trevor


    Trevor Marshall



    Port Rowan in 1:64

    I model a steam-era Canadian National branch line terminal in S scale, and blog about it here:

    http://themodelrailwayshow.com/cn1950s



    The Model Railway Show

    Listen in as two S scalers (and recovering radio newscasters) host a podcast about the hobby:

    http://www.themodelrailwayshow.com

  • #2
    Trevor, nice looking scene. Looking forward to seeing more of your work.
    Regards Rob

    Despite the cost of living, it's still popular

    My current build.
    https://railroad-line.com/node/1020821

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    • #3
      And nice lighting too. Gives me a 'November' feeling.
      James

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      • #4
        Very nice!

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        • #5
          Thanks everybody.

          I'm particularly happy with my lighting. I've written about my lighting here:

          http://themodelrailwayshow.com/cn1950s/?cat=31

          Enjoy if you visit!
          Trevor Marshall



          Port Rowan in 1:64

          I model a steam-era Canadian National branch line terminal in S scale, and blog about it here:

          http://themodelrailwayshow.com/cn1950s



          The Model Railway Show

          Listen in as two S scalers (and recovering radio newscasters) host a podcast about the hobby:

          http://www.themodelrailwayshow.com

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          • #6
            Nice scene, Trevor. I glanced at your blog and it looks impressive. I have to go back and spend more time there.

            George
            "Aviation in itself is not inherently dangerous. But to an even greater degree than the sea, it is terribly unforgiving of any carelessness, incapacity or neglect." Captain A. G. Lamplugh

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            • #7
              Thanks George - Glad you're enjoying my blog. Tell your friends!

              - Trevor
              Trevor Marshall



              Port Rowan in 1:64

              I model a steam-era Canadian National branch line terminal in S scale, and blog about it here:

              http://themodelrailwayshow.com/cn1950s



              The Model Railway Show

              Listen in as two S scalers (and recovering radio newscasters) host a podcast about the hobby:

              http://www.themodelrailwayshow.com

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              • #8
                By the way, I've done a lot of work on the station scene since the photo at the top of this thread was published.

                Have a look here...

                http://themodelrailwayshow.com/cn1950s/?p=3762

                .. and here...

                http://themodelrailwayshow.com/cn1950s/?p=3716

                ... and here:

                http://themodelrailwayshow.com/cn1950s/?p=3677

                Enjoy if you visit!

                - Trevor
                Trevor Marshall



                Port Rowan in 1:64

                I model a steam-era Canadian National branch line terminal in S scale, and blog about it here:

                http://themodelrailwayshow.com/cn1950s



                The Model Railway Show

                Listen in as two S scalers (and recovering radio newscasters) host a podcast about the hobby:

                http://www.themodelrailwayshow.com

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