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  • Hi Ken,

    WOW nice looking steel angles and pipe. I am very proud of that stuff, just think what that steel is worth today?

    When you say long grass I am not sure exactly what you are talking about. I have used Noch grass which is pretty long I thought. I keep forgetting the scale you are working in. I doubt it would spray out grass that was 1/4" long.

    The litter under the steel rack looks great. Nice work. :up:

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    • Ken,

      Your work is masterful. Thanks for sharing your progress and look forward to more from you in the future. I have many questions but I need to read through again before I ask to be sure I didn't miss an answers. One I do want to know is the barrels you show is the small one a HO scale size, if so where did you get it, who makes it?

      Dave

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      • Ken, the whole scene is really coming together, all your work is right on the money. The material under the pipe rack is it leaf litter? Well done and look forward to more. Pat

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        • Ken, the rack is a nice addition to the shop. The rust on the pipes is well done.

          George
          The sky is not my limit, it's my playground.

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          • Thanks guys.

            Tim, 1/4" would give me grass about 6" tall. I know how much you like cutting it so I think it would be well over grown.

            Pat, the material under the rack is very fine red oak mulch. We get trailer loads and there is always very fine leftovers on the bottom. I must have 25lbs of the stuff in bags.

            Dave, I'll have to look back through this thread to see which barrels your talking about. Do you remember which page they were on?

            I found it Dave...page 8. Those are from Tichy. Great barrels.

            Thanks George :up:
            In memory of Mike Chambers

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            • The pipes on the rack are very nice, Ken.

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              • Hey Mr Ken! I only know how to divide and multiply by 87.

                Did you say mow?????


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                • Masterful work Ken. Each time I view the welding shop I'm thinking of going big. You're a bad influence.
                  http://modelingin1-87.blogspot.com/

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                  • Thanks Frederic. Your challenge project is coming along very nicely. Very nice job on the weathering of the wood.

                    Tim, for some reason I picture you in the yard with your cutting torch mowing down the grass

                    Chester, you gotta try it. Just once buddy.
                    In memory of Mike Chambers

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                    • quote:


                      Originally posted by Marken


                      Thanks guys.

                      ...

                      Dave, I'll have to look back through this thread to see which barrels your talking about. Do you remember which page they were on?

                      I found it Dave...page 8. Those are from Tichy. Great barrels.

                      ...


                      Is that little one an HO scale?

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                      • ME BAD!!!!!!id="size4">

                        The barrels are from Grandt Line...Part #5041. They come 12 in a pack with tops.

                        Sorry :erm: [:-bigmouth][:I]
                        In memory of Mike Chambers

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                          Hey Mr Ken! I only know how to divide and multiply by 87.


                          And yet it's not the easiest one to do...
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                          Thanks Frederic. Your challenge project is coming along very nicely. Very nice job on the weathering of the wood.


                          Thanks Ken.

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                          • Just beautiful! :up:

                            Philip
                            Philip

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                            • Just a little progress to report. Added a coal bin, a few barrels and some bushes.


                              In memory of Mike Chambers

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                              • Ken,

                                I see that somehow I missed one of your posts plus the added bonus of todays post.

                                I will say that while you don't work at the speed of light the results are well worth the wait.

                                A very nice scene you are constructing and also a very nice tribute to Tim. :up: :up:
                                <img src="http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/data/bbags/20076794158_b3b.jpg" alt="" /><br /><br>John Bagley<br /><br>Modeling the Alaska Railroad in HO in Wildwood Georgia.

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