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  • Tyson Rayles
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    We are looking forward to your next micro Martin!

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  • Martin_Fischer
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    Tyson, Mike and Louis: thanks for the compliments.

    This was the first time I ever built a micro layout and I enjoyed it. Maybe I should do another one[:-bouncy]

    Regards

    Martin

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  • desertdrover
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    Great looking small layout, with very well planed use of space. The saying goes, "you've got ten pounds of **** in a five-pound bag". Outstanding modeling Martin!

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  • Michael_Hohn
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    Martin,

    Excellent modeling. You fit a lot of character and creativity into a small space.

    Mike

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  • Tyson Rayles
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    Very nice Martin!

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  • Martin_Fischer
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    Chris,

    the Miners' cabins on the left are redetailed Banta Model works kits. I added shingles to the roof and changed the windows from laser cut to Tichy styrene parts. As the kits aren't listed on the website anymore I assume they are discontinued.

    The building on the front left is a scratchbuilt model of the blacksmith's shop at Wawona in Yosemite.

    And the small office next to the mill is also scratchbuilt using Tichy windows.

    Regards

    Martin

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  • George_D
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    :up: :up:

    George

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  • Chris333
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    Very nice! Who makes the 3 foreground buildings?

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  • Martin_Fischer
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    Thanks guys for the positive feedback.

    Rick: all structures and rolling stock was finished, that made things easier and faster

    Georg, Cody: except for the caboose the rolling stock is based on Shapeways parts

    Here are more shots, including an overall photo:






    Regards,

    Martin

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  • Tyson Rayles
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    Looks great Martin! Can you post a panned back, overall shot of the layout?

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  • acousticco
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    Really nice little pizza, and good looking trains too!

    -Cody

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  • Rick
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    That was pretty fast.

    Looks very good.

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  • George_D
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    Very nice, Martin. You have some interesting looking rolling stock.

    George

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  • Martin_Fischer
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    Not any in progress shots, but there also was nothing interesting to report. But for now this layout is finished









    Thanks for looking,

    Martin

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  • Tyson Rayles
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    The road looks great Martin.

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