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Thank you!  I took a few pics of the other end of the finished section of the layout. I wanted the models in the repair shops to show up so I modeled it with a new roof be installed.  I have some Artista roofers and construction workers to add to the scene. The old red building is the paint booth.  I only model half of it since I ran out of real estate against the backdrop.

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That's very cool, Malcolm. The A&O ran through neat hills and dales serving small obscure Ozark towns, along with the bigger towns of Harrison and Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

The A&O really would make a neat layout theme in its own right.

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The above view: A&O train about to enter the west portal of Tunnel, headed east for Harrison, Arkansas.

Andre

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