The building on the layouts this week look great! I don't know where to start...

Lou. that is a great looking turn table I really like the traditional tracks a great classic touch

Bill. The white paint did the trick looks much bright 

Arnold. I like that tower I'm a big fan of Dino myself 

Johan. Nice boxcar you did a great job on it as always 

Lew. Greens my favorite color so I have to say yes they look nice

Paul. Enjoy being Host those Engines look great. 

Jim. Congrats on #800 thanks for starting this it a great thread with great people who feed it everyday

Brain.  Nice caboose I'm sure you've heard that before lol

Scott. That farm  is is Beautiful of course I'm a farm boy myself and I used to run a small farm here at my place all I have now is chickens. 

Gandy. That's a cool look building very nice 

 

RSJB18 posted:

What a wrap up Mike WOW

I think I'm going to watch with one eye open later. I'll hide my laptop though so I don't start shopping if the games go south.

Hope it keeps raining and you have lots of train room time. Good luck with the switch too. Check the rails on the turnout section and see if the points align with the running rails. Might be one of them is slightly out of alignment and causing the wheel flanges to ride up.

Bob

Thanks Bob, I will check out the  points, my first thought was that maybe the cars were to light but it does it to some of my heaviest cars also.

Hello all... Not much to photograph from downstairs, just about done with the curved main line and mine run over the new passenger yard,  got all the curves anchored and finished shimming the outside of the curves to create the "super elevated banked curves"....

Just came back from a local train show this AM,  got some really nice items.  Several of them of course I didn't even know I "needed"...   I had no plans for a oil/petro depot, but I couldn't leave the show without buying these....  built by someone who definitely knew what they were doing...

Lou, your turntable looks great, nice job,  many including myself wouldn't have taken on that project 

Scott,  love the barn/farm scene, really well done

Paul2:  Your basement layout has really progressed since the last photos I recall viewing,  great work.   

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Just came back from a local train show this AM,  got some really nice items.  Several of them of course I didn't even know I "needed"...   I had no plans for a oil/petro depot, but I couldn't leave the show without buying these....  built by someone who definitely knew what they were doing...

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well...  if you had no plans for a oil depot, repaint them a copper color and add Dewar's logos and a few Scottish sheep in the area.... and i'll be right over for a fill-up.  

The day went pretty good yesterday with my local group. The attic layout ran without a hitch and the basement layout just about did the same thing except when I was running the double headed engines through a small radius switch and the second engine truck jumped the track. Couldn't get them running right away so I put another engine on the track and the rest of the afternoon went with no problems. Later this afternoon with a burst on unknown energy I'm heading down to the basement to start some work...........................Paul 2

lee drennen posted:

The building on the layouts this week look great! I don't know where to start...

Lou. that is a great looking turn table I really like the traditional tracks a great classic touch

Bill. The white paint did the trick looks much bright 

Arnold. I like that tower I'm a big fan of Dino myself 

Johan. Nice boxcar you did a great job on it as always 

Lew. Greens my favorite color so I have to say yes they look nice

Paul. Enjoy being Host those Engines look great. 

Jim. Congrats on #800 thanks for starting this it a great thread with great people who feed it everyday

Brain.  Nice caboose I'm sure you've heard that before lol

Scott. That farm  is is Beautiful of course I'm a farm boy myself and I used to run a small farm here at my place all I have now is chickens. 

Gandy. That's a cool look building very nice 

 

Lee. Thanks. Now when the load is a finally ready, i am quite happy.

Johan 

mike g. posted:

Morning everyone, its been a few days since my last visit so I have a lot to comment about so you might want to get a cup of coffee, a little snack. LOL

John R, What a great plan, but I had to take advantage of the good weather to get as much done as I could before I might have to break out the rain gear! LOL

Chris I agree about the she shed. But this will carry me threw the winter and give her time to think of something for next summer! lol

Hawkshaw, Nice job on the Depot!

Jim, your layout sure is coming along very nicely! It's going to look great with the trees and all the snow you plan on installing!

Mark, it sure is funny how running trains seams to make things a little better!

Bill The Caboose looks great! I like the new lighting with the white interior. I will be a nice break room for the hard working crews in the yard!

Jim, nice work on the record store!

Paul 2, I hope you had a good time with the local club yesterday, Have fun at Niagara Falls for the last fling for the summer! You sure pulled out all the stops pulling out the new engines! They are some very nice engines!

Bob, Sharp engine! It will really looks good with all the other D&H rolling stock you have! Now you will have to build a D&H Service shed for them! LOL

Johan Amazing job on the Republic Box Car! Very nice work, but that's nothing new coming from you! As you always seam to do amazing weathering!

GandyDancer, Wonderful job on the grocery store!

Lou, the turn table looks great in place! Your moving right along and wonderful job on the storage tracks! Great Work!

Arnold, Very cool looking Sinclair oil derrick! I really like the Sunoco tankers! It all comes together very well and looks great!

Lew, looks like you had some fun with the switching at the Paint Factory! Nice job on the fascia! I really like the price of it. I agree I think the drapes need to be a lighter color!

Scottv, great job on the farm scene! I love how you put the Menards space ship in there to go along with the rest of your cows! LOL

Brian, As always you provide us with some amazing photos of your layout and engines! You sure have an eye for what really brings your layout to life! Its nice to know when I come on here I will always see more photos of your amazing layout and train collection!

Well today is a lucky day kind of, its pouring down rain right now and the CEO said today would be a good day for train room time so I don't get wet and sick! So today I will be spending as much time in the train room atleast till it drys out. The weather report calls for rain for the next 3 day, I can only hope! I hope to work on one switch that has been giving me problems, If I cant figure it out I will be getting ahold of Darlander for help! LOL

Well its Sunday so everyone take time to relax and enjoy some trains! I hope everyone's teams do well today and I know you probably wont be watching BOB, so if you want I will let you know what happened at the end of the day! LOL

Mike. Thank you very much Sir. That was a very interested project.

Johan

Mike G. posted: "...today I will be spending as much time in the train room at least till it dries out. The weather report calls for rain for the next 3 day, I can only hope."

That is the kind of fine attitude that all of us need to have!

IMG_9377IMG_9378IMG_9379IMG_9383I was out in the garage yesterday and I spotted my All Nations car box that are left to be Re-Built. So I picked this one out. Man those guys in 1950s -60s love to use Goo for everything no offense I hope. Well after about a hour of Dismantling here it is. Next is time for the parts to go in the stripper tub and do some sanding on the wood. I will be leaving this a MoPac box but the ends and roof will be black as well as the latters and doors. 

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Not exactly today, but a string of todays over the last few weeks... I finally decided to address the scenicing of my 4’ x 8’ engine servicing yard.

I laid several hundred (scale) square feet of asphalt and painted all the lines.

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I planted an acre (again, the scale variety) or so of grass and dirt.

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And I ballasted all the trackage...

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Finally, I installed my cleverly camouflaged distillery storage facility... now I just need to get some Tullamore Dew or Tyrconnell... er, I mean Esso tanker trucks for the distribution channel   

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Thank you Mike!  Running trains do make things go better!!

Keep up the good modeling everyone!

I didn't get to do a thing with the layout this weekend!  I spent most of the time helping our elderly relatives.  Many sad experiences and some very challenging ones as my Mum, Dad, Aunt, and Mother-in-law are all in various states of physical and mental decline.  None have any life threatening diseases, but all but my mother-in-law have realized they need to depend on us for decisions.  Kim's mom is the most physically able, but the most challenging since she can't keep anything that is said straight, but passes along incorrect or inappropriate information to a host of people.   One of these days I will look back and see that all the senior generation has passed on, and wonder how the time went so quickly.

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Hello all... Not much to photograph from downstairs, just about done with the curved main line and mine run over the new passenger yard,  got all the curves anchored and finished shimming the outside of the curves to create the "super elevated banked curves"....

Just came back from a local train show this AM,  got some really nice items.  Several of them of course I didn't even know I "needed"...   I had no plans for a oil/petro depot, but I couldn't leave the show without buying these....  built by someone who definitely knew what they were doing...

Lou, your turntable looks great, nice job,  many including myself wouldn't have taken on that project 

Scott,  love the barn/farm scene, really well done

Paul2:  Your basement layout has really progressed since the last photos I recall viewing,  great work.   

Hope to have a little more time this fall & winter to get back to finishing the main lines.  DSC03677 [2)DSC03678 [2)DSC03679

Chris, nice to hear you have your curves pretty much done! Very nice find at the train show! If you see something like the oil depot at a good price you know its going to end up on your layout! I don't care who you are, that would look good on anyones layout!

Mark Boyce posted:

Thank you Mike!  Running trains do make things go better!!

Keep up the good modeling everyone!

I didn't get to do a thing with the layout this weekend!  I spent most of the time helping our elderly relatives.  Many sad experiences and some very challenging ones as my Mum, Dad, Aunt, and Mother-in-law are all in various states of physical and mental decline.  None have any life threatening diseases, but all but my mother-in-law have realized they need to depend on us for decisions.  Kim's mom is the most physically able, but the most challenging since she can't keep anything that is said straight, but passes along incorrect or inappropriate information to a host of people.   One of these days I will look back and see that all the senior generation has passed on, and wonder how the time went so quickly.

Mark, Trains are not everything! 

I do want to say that I am proud of you on how you are taking the lead to take care of your Mum, Dad, Aunt and Mother-in-law! Not many sons or daughters would go that far, I know a lot that feel the other siblings will take care of it. Even thought I know its not much, but my hat is off to you! 

Way to be a MAN and take responsibility! 

chris a posted:

Hello all... Not much to photograph from downstairs, just about done with the curved main line and mine run over the new passenger yard,  got all the curves anchored and finished shimming the outside of the curves to create the "super elevated banked curves"....

Just came back from a local train show this AM,  got some really nice items.  Several of them of course I didn't even know I "needed"...   I had no plans for a oil/petro depot, but I couldn't leave the show without buying these....  built by someone who definitely knew what they were doing...

Lou, your turntable looks great, nice job,  many including myself wouldn't have taken on that project 

Scott,  love the barn/farm scene, really well done

Paul2:  Your basement layout has really progressed since the last photos I recall viewing,  great work.   

Hope to have a little more time this fall & winter to get back to finishing the main lines.  DSC03677 [2)DSC03678 [2)DSC03679

Chris, I really like your Shell Oil refinery. Arnold

Paul 2, I am glad things went mostly well for your local meet yesterday, but it sound like your going to be changing out a switch and maybe some track for your new engines!

Lee D. That's quite the undertaking! I cant wait to see the finished product!

Johan, Very cool! I have never see a snow plow like that before! Thanks for sharing that with the rest of us!

Paul, great job on the service yard area! Also wonderful idea to camouflage the distillery ! You cant even tell there is something very special in there!~ LOL

Well today I did get a little train room time before the rain stopped! I mostly just ran trains and thought about stuff. Its funny how your mind can wonder when you have trains just going round and a round! I know next time I am out there I will work on something, but overall it was a nice day. Trains and My Seahawks won! Sorry Pittsburg! LOL

Thanks Mike I think this will my 8th one I've done so far. This one the roof is kinda beat up but I think the Black paint will hide it 

Hey Mike and Arnold,  thanks.   I didn't buy it all, the gentleman had 3 more sections,  but I had to exercise some "discipline"....   The units are signed on the bottoms, I'll have to figure out who made them.  I was pleased to leave with the two sections and the Shell sign ( animated Miller Engineering )... 

I have some other large oil/fuel storage tanks that have been stored away for year's that my son and I painted Green and lettered for Hess Oil....  We'll see what happens, maybe those tanks will get sold to Shell and get repainted.    Anyway, I think I have only seen scratch-built modules this nice for sale, (at a really reasonable price), two times in 25 years....  There was no way I was leaving there without some of it...

Yes, Mike I started clearing the area for the next module about 4 x 10 feet, then one more module, after that and the 200 to 225 foot main line will be complete and continuous.  I am getting motivated to get this done, tired of backing up 25 car trains up a 1.5% grade and through curves, but it's a good way to test your track work !!!

Purchased a small digital level last week,   it's like 2 x 2.25 inches. Should be here tomorrow,  I am anxious to use it to see how even and consistent my "super-elevation" banking on the curves came out before I set and glue the ballast.  The diameter through these curves is approximately 96 and 105 and they are on the 1.5% grade, so I am dying to see what the digital level says.  I figure I can slide this down the rails and get a continuous reading,  I take some photos and let you know how it worked.    

Mark,  I feel for you.  I was fortunate in that I only had to do that for one person, my father although it was a long 5 to 6 years.   In retrospect, the time since he passed away seems to be accelerating even faster,  it was five years ago that he passed away in July.   

Jim, your layout has come out great. Nice work.

Paul, the yard is looking goood.

 Chris a, thanks for the kind words. You are doing pretty good yourself npw that you are able to work on your layout again.

Mike g, send some of that rain my way. I need some rain days for layout time.

Lee, love those All Nation cars. Nice find on the stock car.

Lew, I would of never thought to use cardboard for a facia.......great idea.

Well I did manage to do a bit on the layout, Not a lot. I decided to finish off the scrap iron yard by gluing the timbers to separate the bins of metal. Maybe I'll add some trees inside the fence around the shed and down at the end of the track. Tomorrow a day trip to Niagara Falls. So maybe after that some more time for the layout. Pics................Paul 2

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It was still too hot to be in the train building (94F) but I just had to do something.  I removed all the track from the south yards.  I put my new-to-me engine shed in place first.  Then I put down  four more spurs where I only had three.  After dinner, and a needed cooling off period, I tested with my switch engine.  All went well so I ran my 4501, filling the room with smoke.  It sure was nice to run trains again. 

Y'all keep up the good work.

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I have been very busy on my simple track layout, it's just two tracks on a there and back, I had to strip out the inner track and put in a larger curve fast track sections , this involved taking everything out and now trying to put back stuff that might not fit again, due to the extra width.

This has taken several days, rerouting wiring for the lighting and track power as well as the sensor track.

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Perhaps I should have added some more photos of the beforehand but I will get round to that, when I work out how to do it properly. Meanwhile???????

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Paul 2, that is quite a scrap operation you are constructing. It will keep a crane operator quite busy. You're gonna' need some visiting Grandkids .

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Chris A. Its nice to see you getting back to the layout! I am always amazed at your work and cant wait to see the new section grow! 

Paul 2, the scrap iron yard looks great! Now all you need is some scrap. LOL Paul you can have all the rain you want after this deck and bucking and splitting wood is done the whole winter is mine to be in the train room! At least that what the CEO say! LOL

Bill, the new plan looks good! Should add a lot of fun! Take it easy and try to stay cool!

Lionel Man UK, Things are looking good. You will be happy with the 072 as I had to do the same thing. I switched out 054 to 072 cause after I got it down I found out my larger engines & longer cars didn't like 054. Keep you the good work and keep posting!

Moring Brian, Nice Photos to start the week! I know I could count on you for some pictures today!

Well guys its Monday I hope everyone had a good weekend and had time for trains! Today I go to Lowes and pick up the roofing for our new deck and hope to get that on so I can get things dried out. Then I can get the 3 outlets installed and take a little break for some train time!

I hope you all have a good day and please if anything run some trains for a little fun!

Every Monday I go to the weekly open-air market, looking for accessories for my lay-out. And today is Mexican Independence Day, and they had a parade that included all the school children holding up their nation's flag as they marched.

And then a heavy cloudburst hit.

And the children kept on marching, holding high their flags, because Mexico is a nation of courage.flag-of-mexico

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The asphalt road is very nice. The full layout is great.  

Please share your materials used and your process to lay your roadway into your layout.  And let us know when you striped the roadway.

Hopefully I will be engineering roads next month.☺

Hi Seth

I used cobble roads/walkways from the Lemax people it comes in rolls and needs a lot of unrolling and stapling down to get flat, I used pre printed road bed which I bought from Trainworld, trees are from China as are the people 1:50 scale but very cheap. for rocks I use a variety of stuff, Foam insulation, and grey tile cement, I also use plaster cloth as and when and paint over it when dry, I only use acrylic paints as the are fairly easy to buy and easy to clean and mix different colours. for the "grass" bed I bought several grass mats from our local shop when they are on special offer, I guess you could use the grass matting from Noch, but that is expensive for what you get. I try to use as much scrap from models to create junk. Also try Model Tech studios for the bits and pieces

I hope I have given you enough food for thought, but I am not very artistic, and I do not have a lot of space.

The attachments are from before stripping out the track and starting again

Happy building

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Thanks to all for the kind words on my updated engine yard - greatly appreciated.

Mike G - I’ve always believed that hiding in plain sight is the best course of action!!!

Seth Thomas posted:

The asphalt road is very nice. The full layout is great.  

Please share your materials used and your process to lay your roadway into your layout.  And let us know when you striped the roadway.

Hopefully I will be engineering roads next month.☺

Seth;

The “asphalt” is made from 2mm thick foam sheets - I got them from a store called Joanne’s, but you can also find them at Amazon. It is easily cut/shaped - I used all straight pieces, but you could fairly easily cut curves:

https://www.amazon.com/Darice-...s=gateway&sr=8-5

To secure the foam to the layout (in my case, homasote), I used Woodland Scenics Scenic Glue which I got from Forum sponsor Nicholas Smith. This stuff is pretty thick - as long as you don’t put it on too thick, it won’t bleed through the foam (and you don’t need to completely cover the entire surface with glue - just near the edges and some across the rest of the field). I used a No. 2 pencil to smooth the foam and insure adhesion to the glue.

http://www.nicholassmithtrains...IC-GLUE-8-OZ/WOO190/

The lane markers are automotive pin striping. There was a thread on this material a couple of years ago where it was pointed out that your local well stocked auto supply store will carry it, but since there is none near me in the boonies, so Amazon came through again - I used:

Double yellow - https://www.amazon.com/gp/prod...00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Double white (I cut this in half to make the two edges... if I had to do it again, I’d get single tape) - https://www.amazon.com/gp/prod...00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Single White (I used this for parking lot lines) - https://www.amazon.com/gp/prod...00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Hope this helps.

Got a few hours in today,  weather was perfect and humidity was low, so I decided to take the Lionel Grain elevator I got at yesterday's show for $5.00 assembled and airbrush and weather it... Not done yet, but at least it's the color I wanted and the roofs are weathered and everything to this point is sealed with flat clearcoat.   Tried a new method I'd been reading about for the corrugated roof.... brush painted it silver, then added black pastel powder scraped and worked it into the silver paint before it dries.  Produces a pertty nice weathering effect on corrugated roofing.  

I have found it's best if I do the airbrushing in the garage rather than the basement, even though I am using acrylic paints, I am adding an Acrylic paint conditioner by Wagner, which does a great job, but it's tough on the sinuses !!!   Haven't done any air brushing in quite a while so this was good practice on a short money model.  

Also experimented with oil base washes on a wood sided boxcar, but it will have to dry overnight, before I can evaluate the results..... 

Hoping to open the new digital level that arrived today and evaluate the track work tonight.

Johan nice job on the Gulf Tank car !!

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Got a few hours in today,  weather was perfect and humidity was low, so I decided to take the Lionel Grain elevator I got at yesterday's show for $5.00 assembled and airbrush and weather it... Not done yet, but at least it's the color I wanted and the roofs are weathered and everything to this point is sealed with flat clearcoat.   Tried a new method I'd been reading about for the corrugated roof.... brush painted it silver, then added black pastel powder scraped and worked it into the silver paint before it dries.  Produces a pertty nice weathering effect on corrugated roofing.  

I have found it's best if I do the airbrushing in the garage rather than the basement, even though I am using acrylic paints, I am adding an Acrylic paint conditioner by Wagner, which does a great job, but it's tough on the sinuses !!!   Haven't done any air brushing in quite a while so this was good practice on a short money model.  

Also experimented with oil base washes on a wood sided boxcar, but it will have to dry overnight, before I can evaluate the results..... 

Hoping to open the new digital level that arrived today and evaluate the track work tonight.

Johan nice job on the Gulf Tank car !!

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Chris. Thanks. The grain elevator looking a really good, like a the whole layout. First class work, really.🤝

Johan

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Paul 2, I am glad things went mostly well for your local meet yesterday, but it sound like your going to be changing out a switch and maybe some track for your new engines!

Lee D. That's quite the undertaking! I cant wait to see the finished product!

Johan, Very cool! I have never see a snow plow like that before! Thanks for sharing that with the rest of us!

Paul, great job on the service yard area! Also wonderful idea to camouflage the distillery ! You cant even tell there is something very special in there!~ LOL

Well today I did get a little train room time before the rain stopped! I mostly just ran trains and thought about stuff. Its funny how your mind can wonder when you have trains just going round and a round! I know next time I am out there I will work on something, but overall it was a nice day. Trains and My Seahawks won! Sorry Pittsburg! LOL

Mike. You're welcome. I am glad you like it. 🤝

Johan

Vincent, sounds like you had a good day! I hope you were able to find something new for your layout!

Lionel Man Uk, Nice pictures, I think I might try painting the roads on.]

Paul, now that I read how you did your roads I think I am going to have to give that a try, Might be easier for a guy with big fingers and bad eyesight! LOL

Chris, wonderful job on the grain elevator ! I have the same one on my layout but its red. Might be a good item to try my first airbrushing. Question, do I need a special air compressor for air brushing?

Johan, I really do like it, but then again I like everything you put on here! Just your last post of your tanker car! Very Nice work! I love them all!

Well I didnt get any train room time today, heck I didnt even get time to work on the deck. I was so lucky to wake up this morning with my back out, just been sitting in a recliner with a heating pad on it. I might even sleep in my chair! Sure sucks getting older! LOL

Johan,   thanks very much....   I think the next steps on the clapboards will be some drybrushing with acrylics so the boards aren't so uniform in color...   

Mike G:  They do make small compressors for airbrushing, but honestly you could step down your 1/4" NPT fittings to 1/8" and use a good regulator to keep the pressure down.... typically I find myself spraying between and 20 and 30 psi...   One problem with the tiny compressors they sell is that they run virtually non stop and get hot because most are air cooled.... I didn't want to stop today, but I think I am going to look into the reducer and use a different small air compressor that I own.  

I just found this adapter kit on Amazon... looks like it has every different combination between 1/4 and 1/8 fittings... 

https://www.amazon.com/Baugger...ctronics&sr=1-17h

My elevator was already assembled and glued, so I did all the air brush work and didn't worry about over spray on the roof panels as I knew I was going to brush paint them anyway...  When I am done weathering the sides and trim, I plan to glue some finely sifted dirt to the plastic base...   I will also plan to lightly airbrush a very light coating of  dirt or drab color around the bottom of the entire elevator where rain would have splashed dirt up onto the first several rows of siding boards.  

Mike try icing your lower back and take one tylenol and one ibuprofen together.... I know I am playing doctor here, but I have 30 year history of lumbar disk degenerations, herniations, one surgery (2002), for partial removal of a ruptured lumbar disk,  so I am not just sharing a random opinion...  Good luck, nothing worse than back pain !!!! 

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Chris thanks for the information! I have a couple compressors and will check out the adapter. ]

As for the back I would try the tylenol and ibuprofen, but I am allergic to Tylenol! LOL Lucky me. But I will give iceing a try and see how that goes along with a ibuprofen!

Didn't work on the layout but we did work on the cub scout parade float over the weekend.

Our theme is the Polar Express.  I am the float build coordinator and we are holding a build day every other week until the parade. 

Here is what we got done over this weekend. 

 

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Jim, engine is coming along. Nice project to have the kids involved in.

Johan, you are a master of weathering. That tank car looks great.

Chris a, color goes good with the grain elevator.

When I got home from my day trip to Niagara Falls a package was waiting on the step for me. My tweo car set of beer reefers from the NJHRs came today. In person they look better then the pics. But at least tomorrow I can finally do some layout work. pic of the reefers.............Paul 2

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