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  • #76
    Originally posted by Tyson Rayles View Post
    Thank you!!
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    • #77
      Fine looking shingles on that structure.


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      Pacific Northwest Logging in the East Coast

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      • #78
        Originally posted by Michael_Hohn View Post

        Bernd,

        Thank you.

        We will see how many I do. I'm planning to do the house but beyond that I'm undecided. I need to order more stripwood first.

        Mike
        Are you sure you're not going to do the rest? Here's the smoke house and corn crib. I think you'll need a bit more wood.

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        • #79
          Bernd,

          Those look very good.

          I've been thinking of doing the smoke house, but I'm not sure about the corn crib. There's probably a limit on how delicate buildings should be for a module to be displayed in public.

          Mike
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          • Bernd
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            Just teasing you. I figured the corn crib would be to small. Barn looks really nice. Love the roof on it.

        • #80
          The barn is complete:

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          That was fun.

          Mike
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          • #81
            Nice work on the barn Mike. Looks very rustic.
            I do like the use of the different material on the roof, shingle and corrugated iron.
            Make it look like it's been repaired, using cheaper easier material.
            Hope you're enjoying you N scale adventure.
            Regards Rob

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            • #82
              Well done, Mike. You wouldn't know it was N scale.

              George
              "Aviation in itself is not inherently dangerous. But to an even greater degree than the sea, it is terribly unforgiving of any carelessness, incapacity or neglect." Captain A. G. Lamplugh

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              • #83
                Nice mix of roofing and it all goes good with the barn boards.

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                • #84
                  Mike,
                  like the others I like the different roofing materials. That metal roofing looks good.

                  Scott

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                  • #85
                    Originally posted by robert_goslin View Post
                    Nice work on the barn Mike. Looks very rustic.
                    I do like the use of the different material on the roof, shingle and corrugated iron.
                    Make it look like it's been repaired, using cheaper easier material.
                    Hope you're enjoying you N scale adventure.
                    Thanks, Rob. Yes, it's been enjoyable so far.
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                    • #86
                      Originally posted by George_D View Post
                      Well done, Mike. You wouldn't know it was N scale.

                      George
                      Thank you, George. That's quite a compliment.

                      Mike
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                      • #87
                        Originally posted by Bill_Gill View Post
                        Nice mix of roofing and it all goes good with the barn boards.
                        Bill, thanks. I was indeed looking for consistency.

                        Mike
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                        • #88
                          Originally posted by CNE1899 View Post
                          Mike,
                          like the others I like the different roofing materials. That metal roofing looks good.

                          Scott
                          Scott,

                          Thank you. I forgot to mention that the "metal" is actually scribed styrene.

                          Mike
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                          • CNE1899
                            CNE1899 commented
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                            Mike,
                            The scribed styrene sure looks like metal.
                            Scott

                          • Michael_Hohn
                            Michael_Hohn commented
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                            Thank you.

                        • #89
                          Nice work, love the weathering!

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                          • #90
                            Originally posted by Tyson Rayles View Post
                            Nice work, love the weathering!
                            Mike, Thank you!
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