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Latest progress. I'm thinking of doing the ground cover and adding a backdrop to the staging yard being as it will be in plain sight.
A little more progress. The whitish/grayish areas will be "painted" with chalks to look more like rocks I hope.
shaping up nicely!!!!
Thanks Ralph!
Some more of my veryyyyyyyyy slowwwwwwwwww Crazy progress. The last picture shows that of the whole huge whopping 2.5 square feet I still have 2/3's of it to do. Icon_lol Fast I'm not.
Looking good. Thumbsup Thumbsup
Thanks Catt.
Wow , looks really good ! Thumbsup Thumbsup

Thanks Terry!
Just some more progress pics.
Mike, you may not be fast(neither am I), but your work is truly Fantastic! Thumbsup Applause
The pics on this page have just knocked my socks off Big Grin Worship
Thanks deano!
Lookin' good buddy. Thumbsup Thumbsup
The photos are truly excellent, and as far as "looking good" it all operates well.......OK, I am assuming that it still does. I had the opportunity/blessing to spend some time with Mike, some time back, and saw most of the then NM. Brought an N scale train with me, and ran it on the layout.
Mike, it's good to see you still here. It's good to see the progress you have made on the NM.
Thanks guys! Pete hopefully you can get back down this way sometime soon and join in on a regular operating session. However this version of the NM has the more prototypically correct down in the dirt trackage of the mid 60's and wouldn't be kind to a steamer Eek so bring a 4 axle diesel and you should have no problems! Icon_lol