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  • Rich,
    Terrific work on the build!
    I hate to read that you are in pain! I sure hope you have some good methods to relieve the pain.
    Dave
    Dave

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    • Rich, looks like you've been busy here, since I last posted. Your stonework looks absolutely amazing as do all of the other upgrades you have made.
      Sorry to read about your pain that you are experiencing, I hope you are feeling better soon! Keep up the great work!

      Greg

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      • Rich,

        Catching up on your build. Those colors look great on that block building. I like the "I" beams too. They look more like they can support the upper part of that building than the original wood beams.

        Hope you're feeling better. Pain can be such a distraction when doing something you like. Worse than the wife nagging about a thing not done on the "honey do" list. Although that's more oof a mental pain. than physical pain.

        Bernd
        New York, Vermont & Northern Rwy. - Route of the Black Diamonds

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        • Rich,

          Coloring the stone is an important step because it’s the focus of the whole structure. Excellent job. It looks real stony.

          Mike
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          Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced. James Baldwin

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          • Looking real good Rich!!

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            • Rich,
              The building is looking really good!
              The steel beams look stout.

              Scott

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              • In honor of Thanksgiving....Wild Turkey can have medicinal effects. A few steps every 5-10 minutes helps too. Nice rocks!

                Jim
                Take the red pill

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                • Pennman
                  Pennman commented
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                  Jim - Thanks for your following me again, and you must have posted while I was typing.
                  Thanks, but I no longer hunt, although that definately sounds delicous. Who walks?? ..ha ha

                  Rich

              • Thanks to all of my followers and especially Jerry, Louis, Dave G., Greg, Bernd, Mike, Fred, and Scott this time around.

                Louis - I can guarantee you my wallet will be much thinner in the month we have ahead of us. My want list has turned in to a "must have" list.

                Bernd - I must admit, in these terrible times, modeling almost always takes a back burner due to staying inside more during the cold months.
                So, the wife says, "we need another remodeling household project"...then she said... "what do you want for dinner?"... and I said "PITA"..
                and she said "what??" .. and I said "pizza".. Ha ! You see, I have a couple of missing teeth on my bottom row, so I said PITA for PIZZA...she
                will never know..

                Fred - Nice to see you again..don't be a stranger..

                Let's take a look at the final destination for my building's footprints.

                I have decided to place the wider loading dock between the main stone building and the longer side of building "C".
                This will allow viewers to better see interior machinery with woodworkers doing their jobs and also provide a wider floor area
                flowing from building "C" , outward.

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                And here's another view from the top with two of the roofs removed. As I mentioned earlier, these roofs will be removeable.

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                In the center between buildings "B" (left) and "C" (right), will be steps leading to a meandering path, around building "B", to the back freight door.

                And on the far right side of building "C", in front of the single door (now open), will be a landing with steps. My thought to condence the footprint
                better facilitates being able to add additional structures to the module I had originally planned earlier.

                Thanks to all watching and HAPPY THANKSGIVING !

                Rich

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                • I like the layout with the space in between that can be filled with "whatever".

                  So, pizza turkey for today? Have a good one Rich.

                  Bernd
                  New York, Vermont & Northern Rwy. - Route of the Black Diamonds

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                  • i'm jumping on this thread.

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                    • Rich,

                      Like the new configuration. It will be nice to see the interior details.

                      Scott

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                      • Rich,

                        I like your creativity. The new configuration indeed looks good.

                        Mike
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                        Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced. James Baldwin

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