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  • railman28
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    what a nice scene

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  • eTraxx
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    Mounted the sign on Jukes and added a Rusty Stumps rowboat


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  • Bill_Gill
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    good looking sign and scenes, Ed.

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  • eTraxx
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    Sign for Jukes

    I finally made a sign for Jukes after watching Jason Jensen make some. I deviated by using CAF (Concrete Acrylic Fortifier) rather than White Glue and Water to glue the sanded paper to the wood. It has the consistency and look of milk right out of the bottle.


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  • eTraxx
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    Random photo

    Close up to a small scene next to Wise Engineering Works. The AC unit is from Rusty Stumps. The brick walls are also from Rusty Stumps now sold by Rail Scale Models. The beer and crate were printed at Shapeways.


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  • eTraxx
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    Some cinder blocks make for a quick and dirty bit of scenery .. printed these on my FDM printer


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  • eTraxx
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    View from the other side .. you can just see the joint between the modules


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  • eTraxx
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    Random Photos ..

    This square .. thing .. I suppose it is some kinda Storm Sewer access. In reality it is simply to help hide the joint where my two On30 modules join.

    Rocks/Rubble is from Lowes . .marble chips and screened paver base.


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  • eTraxx
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    Getting the base for an extension I am adding to my Widget Supply using a Swanson Tool Company Cross Check Level. Current price at Lowes is $4.88 .. well worth the cost. It measures just 2-3/8"x1-3/4"


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  • eTraxx
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    Originally posted by BurleyJim


    Excellent looking scene Ed!

    http://www.youtubemodelbuilders.com/emag/ is a dead URL.


    Jim


    Youtube Model Builders emag was reborn as The Modelers Journal. - https://www.themodelersjournal.com/
    There is a link there to the Legacy issues of the old eMag.

    https://www.themodelersjournal.com/l...sues-ytmb-emag

    Here is a direct link to the Nov 2016 issue I referenced

    https://8bb64def-3b4c-4bb9-a046-3471...3b5dcf3a1d.pdf

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  • BurleyJim
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    Excellent looking scene Ed!

    http://www.youtubemodelbuilders.com/emag/ is a dead URL.


    Jim

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  • Bill_Gill
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    Nice scene, Ed.

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  • TRAINS1941
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    Good to see a post from you Ed.

    Great job on the barge and materials on it.

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  • eTraxx
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    I wanted a small work barge for the layout. The Train Troll has a 32ft barge which I basically copied using stripwood from my scraps box.

    I loaded it with various cargo .. mostly 3d printed

    http://www.deepriverrailroad.com/str...o-scale-barge/




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  • eTraxx
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    Originally posted by Craig H


    I signed up for the u-tube channel.....but cant watch anything? do I have to sign up on u-tube??


    Uhhh ... as far as I know YouTube is YouTube and unless something is labeled private you can watch. What do you mean you can't watch anything? error msg? something else?

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