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  • Gallery: December '21 "Modeling Year in Review"

    Well, it is past time to re-start the monthly Photo Galleries. Since it is December, we will start with the traditional theme of "Modeling Year In Review".

    Whether it is structures, rolling stock, or work on your layout, let's share with each other pictures of our modeling efforts over the past year.

    Let the posting begin!
    Bruce

  • #2
    I made a number of models last winter. The first, and most challenging, was Campbell's Sand House. The challenge occurred because all the parts for the sand tower were missing. Luckily Jim came through with a 3-D printing of the Sand Bin for the top of the tower.

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    Bruce

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    • #3
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ID:	974190 This scene has been done but for 1 exception for years. The pulp loader had not been weathered. Weathering is something I truly had not worked on since before I was married in 1976. Weathering has been the theme for 2021 and this was done in 1/2021

      TomO

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      • #4
        I Built this Logging Split Camp Store here at RR-Line, It hasn't been a great modeling year for me this year. Here was the build; https://railroad-line.com/node/40344

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        Louis
        Pacific Northwest Logging in the East Coast

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        • #5
          A rebuilt 1:50 scale Conrad Volvo 1929 flatbed, cut down and detailed. Click image for larger version

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          • Philip
            Philip commented
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            Sweet! I have a couple of those. Looks like you shortened the bed?

        • #6
          Good to see the ol' gallery back.

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          • k9wrangler
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            Agreed

        • #7
          Railroad Street Buildings 1:29 scale

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          Dave
          Dave

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          • #8
            The Churubusco Depot 3D Scratchbuild that started as a single 85 year old photo. Input from a few local residents, and donated to their History Museum.


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            Scratchbuilt 3D Printed 3 stall roundhouse with operating doors.


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            Jim

            Take the red pill

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            • #9
              This was my effort this past year amongst all the projects I started last winter. The crusher building. Hopefully I'll get it somewhat completed by next summer.

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              Bernd
              Last edited by Bernd; 12-02-2021, 03:58 PM.
              New York, Vermont & Northern Rwy. - Route of the Black Diamonds

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              • #10
                I started the year by finishing up the White house.

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                Nice "image widget" Bernd. At least that's all I see.

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                • k9wrangler
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                  Beautiful.

              • #11
                Some nice modeling being shown here! Thanks for showing up to the Gallery after such a long break.
                Bruce

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                • #12
                  Laird Stone, the docks, ballast and scenery on the track, a Westerfield and a Amesville Shop boxcar...
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                  dave
                  Modeling 1890s (because the voices in my head told me to)

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                  • #13
                    This past year I finally got to build #8 (of 9) structures in my "Grandchild Series" . That build was of "Lily's Livery". It was made from Mountaineer Precision's Barn kit.

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                    Bruce

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                    • #14
                      Only thing I worked on was my mini layout.
                      Added the fuel pad and did some scenery.
                      This is as far as I'll go on this project.
                      I'm not going to have a place to store so if I can't give it away it will go in the trash.

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                      • Philip
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                        I'll take it if your heading to KY?

                    • #15
                      What? Go in the trash, what a shame!


                      Louis
                      Pacific Northwest Logging in the East Coast

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