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My local ACE hardware carried it so I'll be trying it also Charlie. I think it is basically a clear acrylic paint instead of a wax.
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Well I tried it Charlie and it's not the same. I'll have to find something else. Curse On a brighter note I have finished Murphy Oil. The first picture was before I started of course. Goldth


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Wow Mike that is great.
The best water I ever had I got from a Bell Telephone Co. Dumpster. It was a 2 part epoxy that came in a bag that you pulled the center separation and the 2 parts were mixable by squeezing back and forth. beautiful green and clear too. They used it for sealing some connections and sometimes they would throw away a good packet. I'll bet it wasn't cheap.
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My good friend Charlie's got it right: that certainly is a good looking scene! Applause Thumbsup Applause Thumbsup Applause

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Thanks guys!
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Hmmmm, been 6 months. I need to get back on this. I have started bowling and golfing again but I should be able to still do this as well. I need to turn off the TV at night and get back to work on the railroad! Icon_lol
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You suffer from retirement stress. Might be a light office job from 8 to 5 would create the free time you need for your hobbies? ..... 357 357
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Nice scene !!!! & detail !!!!!! I went back to look at setting of the RR late 60's ??? The trucks look great Thumbsup But they didn't have excavators back then look for a small dozer !! just trying to help you can do anything you want !!!!!!! looks great!!!!!!!! Thumbsup
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Reinhard you are probably right. When I retired 16 years ago my time management skills went up in smoke! Icon_lol

kamerad47 if that is the only thing I don't right I'm wayyyyy ahead of the game. If I can find a dozer or something I will replace it. It's not glued down, just sitting on the bed. Hard to believe they didn't have backhoes back then, seems like they have been around forever (although all the old ones I see are yellow not green).
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