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  • Splendid!
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    • Interior of my pumphouse


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      • Here are 3 buildings I have scratch builtid="Comic Sans MS">

        Many more pictures here http://starc.ca/gallery








        Visit my picture gallery http://starc.ca/gallery

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          Originally posted by Ensign


          Hello Everybody, ...just a generic looking threshing machine from Ontario, if there is such a thing.




          Greg, this is fantastic. I have been after doing something like this for a long time, can't find a decent kit, so a scratchbuild will be inevitable.

          Thanks for sharing.

          Tony
          Tony Burgess

          Exploring the unknown requires tolerating uncertainty.~ Brian Greene

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          • starc - that is incredible!!!!
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            • ISLANDER, scratch built out of styrene on plaster Crow River hull.




              Dexter's Dead End, scratch built from borrowed FSM plans. Walker & Sons modified to mimic same building on Georges F&SM layout.



              John Elwood

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              • Beautiful work, John,

                Did you follow any particular plans for the Islander, or is it free-lanced? BTW, that ship in the background is intriguing, too, but I'm guessing it is O scale?

                Al Carter

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                • Very nice, John.

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                  • John, I love the Islander, great job :up: .

                    Mine is similar, scratchbuilt to a larger scale (1/24). All styrene on a carved wood lower hull.

                    Cheers,

                    Bob



                    :up:
                    http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=30102

                    http://www.railroad-line.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=51837

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                    • Bob, what a beautiful build you did on the SABINO. She is my favorite boat,. I have been on her dozens of times. Here she is in all her glory.



                      My ISLANDER follows no prototype. I took many detail photos and dimensions of the SABINO and came up with my own design.

                      The boat in the background is NELLIE G, a 1/2 inch scale kit from Freedom Song Boat Works, No. Edgecomb, ME. Saw mill on left is on my SWSM Shipyard diorama.

                      John Elwood

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                      • I just finished this set of stairs for the club layout. I drew up a set of plans on my computer and built it using pieces of Evergreen styrene.



                        It needs to be weathered and the area where it will go needs a lot of scenery work before it's ready to be put on the layout. The bare wood on the right of the picture is the edge of the layout where viewers stand. The stairs are pretty fragile, so the Plexiglas will be extended to protect it from viewers (and members).



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

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                        • Very nicely done, George.
                          Bruce

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                          • Thanks Bruce. I had to get that out of the way to make room for my challenge project.

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

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                            • Wow, nice work on those stairs!

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                              • Looks pretty delicate, George. I'm always amazed at work with paper.

                                Chuck

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