Corner Modules
#1
When it rains as much as it has the last several days, it's good to have an indoor hobby. I put the time to good use by working on one of my T-Trak corner modules.

I started out with this:
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Now, it looks like this:
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It doesn't really show up in the picture, but I tried adding some standing water (from recent rains) in the area between the tracks and the highway.
John
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Conecuh Valley T-Trak
"Modelling Southern Alabama One Foot at a Time"
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#2
Nice. I like the billboard too! :tada:
Ralph
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#3
Looks nice and I saw the water right away.
Mike

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#4
Thanks! I download old advertisements from the Internet to use for billboards and signs. It's a hobby in itself. Wink
John
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Conecuh Valley T-Trak
"Modelling Southern Alabama One Foot at a Time"
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#5
Another corner module. This one includes the stable from one of my old pizza layouts.
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John
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Conecuh Valley T-Trak
"Modelling Southern Alabama One Foot at a Time"
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