Milwaukee Road in Wisconsin, 1950's
#46
Catt, I know you can pull it off.

moving along on the scenery.

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looks like Grandma is playing with her dog.

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#47
Trailer park is lookin' spiffy there Andy. :mrgreen:
Johnathan (Catt) Edwards
"The Ol Furrball"

"I'm old school,I still believe in respect"
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#48
Finished the scene.

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must of just had a rain shower, still rain drops on the trailer.

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#49
Moving on to the next scene which will be an abandoned farm. During the 1930's many farms were lost in this area due to back taxes. Most of the land was bought up by bigger farms and the buildings were left to fall down. I will trying to recreate one of those.



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#50
Starting on the scenery along the ridge as a scene break.

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#51
The trailer park came out great Andy!
Mike

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#52
Thank you Mike!



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#53
Didn't Ol' Doc Nelson have a house on your pike? Wink

Excellent work Buddy! That certainly gets :tada: :tada: :tada: :tada: :tada:

You have always put your own unique touch on your modeling, but it's hallmark is it's believability, and sense of purpose. I look forward to watching you progress farther "down the track".
Steve
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#54
You remembered, I built ole doc nelson's house about two years ago. The only reason I try so hard with my modeling is to hear you say nice things about it!



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#55
ak-milw Wrote:...... to hear you say nice things about it!.....
Great plan, works perfect and is well earned :tada:
Reinhard
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#56
Hi,

Andy always love to see your scenes growing and the trailerpark scene is also a masterpiece of work. Can you tell me one big secret: what do you use for your toothpics grow so fast into big fine trees? I´want it to,where could I buy it? Wink But I think is´s all done by your own magic.

Fantastic work again...

Cheers,Chris
Building the BC-Rail Dawson Creek Subdivision in H0 scale http://bigbluetrains.com/forum/viewtopic...=46&t=7835
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#57
Chris, I don't know what it is, I stick in a toothpick and overnight it turns into a tree or power pole. Thanks for the great comment, more layout to come.



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#58
ak-milw Wrote:Some pictures of the farm,

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One of my favorite pics on the layout......love the angle of the shot, that great yellow farm house, and all of the little things going on.
BEAUTIFUL! Worship
Steve
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#59
Thanks Bud, that's one of my favorites too. How did you get that, I thought all of those were lost.



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ak-milw Wrote:Thanks Bud, that's one of my favorites too. How did you get that, I thought all of those were lost.



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uhhhhhhhhh.............page 1 of this thread :? Wink
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