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Structures on th LP-and-N RR, vol.4

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  • #46
    Wow...very nice Bob! :up: :up:
    Carl

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    • #47
      Bob, that looks terrific!

      Greg Shinnie

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      • #48
        Wow!

        Very nice!

        Pete

        in Michigan

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        • #49
          Bob, Your buoy is a "bell ringer" for sure!

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          • #50
            Beautiful Bob, just beautiful!!

            It will be a great addition to your harbor.

            Dave
            Dave

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            • #51
              The Santos Marine & Structure Company does it once again

              BEAUTIFUL PERFECTION' That's the best looking buoy I ever sawid="size5">

              [:-star] :up: [^][:-star] :up: [:P][:-star] :up: [:-propeller][:-bouncy][:-star] :up: [:-spin][:-star] :up: [:-sonar]


              Ted

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              • #52
                Wow, thanks Carl, Greg, Pete. Bill, Dave, and Ted, for the nice posts on a little buoy, but it's not

                done yet. I think that the seagulls are going to buy it because they left a deposit on it.


                http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=30102

                http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=51837

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                • #53
                  Those dirty birds! How dare they mess up a new buoy? No respect!![:-irked]

                  Looking forward to seeing your gulls.

                  Dave
                  Dave

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                  • #54
                    Good one Bob'...sounds like You've been hanging around with Greg and Bill'.... :up:


                    Ted

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                    • #55
                      Bob, you will be happy to know that I've set up a 24/7 seagull surveillance, so they won't mess with your buoy anymore.

                      Greg Shinnie

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                      • #56


                        "...And never the Trains shall meet..." NYC timetable, 1912

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                        • #57
                          Awesome buoy, Bob!

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                          • #58
                            Thanks for your posts Dave, Ted, Greg, Bill, and Ray. And welcome back from your travels, Ray.

                            Here's the gulls so far.



                            Bodies and wings carved from Renshape (a tooling resin)

                            beaks are toothpick tips

                            legs are 20 gauge wire

                            Feet are thin lead foil. It's easier to add feet to standing birds after they are standing.

                            They still need some tweaking before they are painted.

                            Bob

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                            http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=51837

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                            • #59
                              That's darn good carving Bob'... :up:


                              Ted

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                              • #60
                                Bob, Viewers don't have to be at all gull-ible to admire how well those carvings are turning out!

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