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  • Philip
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    No problem Rusty.

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  • Geared_Steam
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    Love those ore chutes, thank you for the link!

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  • Philip
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    Thanks Kyle! Window 3 LOL!!

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  • kyle_creel
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    I agree; I like the 'used 'n abused' look. Do 'em all like that. Is this where I place an order for 2 half eaten cars? It's all turning out really great, keep going!

    KYLE CREEL
    SUPT./ GM BCRR

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  • Philip
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    I would think the post would be worn as well.

  • Philip
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    Thanks Tyson and Larry! Long day casting for almost 10 hrs.

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  • Larryc
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    Actually I like the "abused" look; gives it that years of service feel.

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  • Tyson Rayles
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    Nice work Philip!

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  • Michael_Hohn
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    Thank you for the information.

  • Philip
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    Thanks Scott ! I may get hungry and knaw the other two to matching disrepair.

    Who's hungry?

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  • CNE1899
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    Phillip,
    Cool tipple looks great! Ladders came out nice. I actually like the the knawed looking gondola best.

    Scott

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  • Philip
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    Larry that particular one is from a retired modeler friend who sold it to me. Was labeled 'Keg Harbor'.
    It was a flat kit from Banta. I reworked it as the floor from banta made it look stupidly thick. I call the nibbling/knawing which I didn't do a product of quarry abuse wear and tear. I kinda like it.

    1st plan was to cut the plastic high side gondola down but they just didn't look right so the other 2 gons are 3x3's with 2x12 walls. Good enough but a bit thinner than banta. Banta was 3x3 and 3x12's............

    Do you not like the nibbling /knawed look? Thanks for looking!

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  • Larryc
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    Philip that ore tipple looking fantastic, especially with your printed parts. The cars look great also; but one question....did you get
    hungry and decide to nibble on one of them? Just curious.

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  • Philip
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    Thanks Bernd & Karl!
    I actually weathered the ore bin with an airbrush. Started with saddle brown followed by black mixed thinned with old floquil thinner. 1st time using a brush.

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  • k9wrangler
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    I haven't passed thru here lately. Lots of nice work you're doing.

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