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  • My 0n30 sawmill in action.

    Here's a link to my sawmill action photo's.

    shamus

    http://www.paultemplar.pwp.blueyonde...ingsawmill.htm



  • #2
    A beautiful set of photos, Paul. Thanks for the link. :up:

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    • #3
      Paul,

      Nice modeling. I enjoyed looking at the pictures.

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

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      • #4
        Shamus, Great modeling!! Being a newbie to On30 it was especially interesting to me as I know not where to find half the stuff for this new scale.These pictures were very inspirational to me. Thank you, Jerry

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        • #5
          Paul,

          Terrific attention to detail! I really enjoyed the pics.
          Bruce

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          • #6
            Shamus,

            I can see that a lot of labor has gone into your mill. Having worked in a lumber mill for six years helps me to truly appreciate your work. My first position was where the man with the green shirt is standing. I assume he is in control of the 'head' rig. For me, that position represents the 'off-bearer' or the 'heartbeat' of the mill. The 'off-bearer' was responsible for insuring that the 'head' rig did not stop until the end of the shift. Also, I notice that you have a single-cut saw. The one we used was a double-cut saw. I didn't read, but is your mill built from scratch or from a kit/s? Thanks for sharing your modelling with us.

            Allen

            Modelling the East in the West!
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            • #7
              Great pics Paul, :up: Now you'll be able to cut all the wood you need for building more buildings.

              Cheers, Jim

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              • #8
                Paul

                Just to echo what has already been said.

                Outstanding modeling and photography in those photos.
                <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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                • #9
                  Paul,

                  Excellent, but we didn't expect less. Thanks for the link.

                  Jim

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                  • #10
                    Paul, I'm really enjoying my time on this forum. You all seem to be terrific modelers and a neat bunch of guys. I saw your little yellow "critter" and quickly realized it was based on the Bachmann 44 tonner (at least I think it was). If done a similar converstion for my Red Creek Lumber Co. and will try to post a photo for you guys to see.....like I said, I'm really starting to enjoy this forum!...tom

                    tom sullivan

                    richmond va

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                    • #11
                      Hi Tom,

                      Thanks a lot, I will be on the look-out for your little critter.

                      shamus


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                      • #12

                        Paul,

                        A great set of photos. I like the fact that there is a story to go with the pics. Beautiful modeling. You keep raising the standard!!

                        Paul B

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