Sunday Scenic Showcase July 15, 2018

L.I.TRAIN posted:

Here is a shot of a Weaver flatcar I recently detailed. Its a preview of one one a few I submitted to Alan Miller for possible "How-To" publication.

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Very nicely done Steve. What did you use for the stone/concrete? 

 

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God'sNot Dead

Nice work this week guys!

here is a craftsman kit I am working on for a sawmill.

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While I have scratch built many building on my layout I have not built a kit which is basically a box of sticks.  I like how it is coming out, and I feel pretty confident in it but wow this is slow going vs how fast I normally build a structure. 

Working on the walls now.

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PROGRESS OF THE CUSTOM O SCALE CNJ MATAWAN STATION 

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Richard - you are rapidly becoming my favorite craftsman kit suppliers.

Joe

Joe, I am with you on that subject. I have added several of Richards kits, and he did a custom cut for me as well. He has many unique structures.  Not all brick.

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L.I.TRAIN posted:

Here is a shot of a Weaver flatcar I recently detailed. Its a preview of one one a few I submitted to Alan Miller for possible "How-To" publication.

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Very nicely done Steve. What did you use for the stone/concrete? 

 

Rail

Not sure of your question so I'll answer in two ways.  1. If you are referring to the ballast its roofing granules with some black beauty mixed in.  2. If you are referring to the beige sacks on the flatcar those are resin cast flour sacks which were created by Harry Hieke 

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