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  • #16
    Great looking water tank, Randy, and great progress on the layout. Makes me think that I need to get more focused on building the layout now instead of structures!

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    • #17
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      Originally posted by Randy May


      Robert;

      this is what happens when your trees are taller than your layout, :erm: ,,,,,,,you just model them right thru the ceiling.[:-scared][:-shake][:-knockout][:-indifferent][:-drunk][xx(] :crazy: [:-cry].........Randy May

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      Blows my mind!!! Where did they get the bark!? Those logs/trees are incredible. I don't know this layout. You got a link?

      Robert

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      • #18
        Robert;

        I posted three links to the "Red Stag" lumber company''''''on page 2 now of forum posts entitled "Most Outstanding Layout",,,,,it "was" something ti see!!!!!Randy

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        • #19
          Randy, thanks for pointing me to your links. Impressive! Nice work on both the water tower and the mine. What did you use for the water tower spout? I've got to do something that looks like that for my water tower. I'm also thinking of getting the O scale back woods water tower from Rusty Stumps, which looks really good. I want to scratch build everything, but that looks too good not to have.

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          • #20
            Woody;

            Its a spout kit from "Grandt Line" #3104,(metal),1:48 scale,about 7.50,,,,Randy May

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