The rebirth of the Canyon State RR
(04-10-2021, 07:17 AM)ezdays Wrote: Thanks guys, yeah, I've already filled in those empty spaces. No, I'm not building a second one, Nope

Sure you will...as soon as you fill up the first one!   Icon_e_biggrin
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(04-13-2021, 12:30 PM)Mountain Man Wrote:
(04-10-2021, 07:17 AM)ezdays Wrote: Thanks guys, yeah, I've already filled in those empty spaces. No, I'm not building a second one, Nope

Sure you will...as soon as you fill up the first one!   Icon_e_biggrin

NO-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O WAY-Y-Y-Y-Y-Y-Y-Y-Y-Y   Nope Nope Nope Nope
Don (ezdays) Day
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founder of the CANYON STATE RAILROAD
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Did just a bit of detailing. Had a small hill at the south edge of town that was just brown. I ballasted the nearby tracks and added a bit of green, no biggie, but it can now count as scenery... well I hope so anyway....

Looking south
   

looking north
   
Don (ezdays) Day
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founder of the CANYON STATE RAILROAD
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Looks great Don!
Mike

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Thanks Mike, don't have too many hills that I can plant anything on, and flatland on my layout is too sparse and way too expensive to not allow developers to do with as they wish. Icon_lol
Don (ezdays) Day
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founder of the CANYON STATE RAILROAD
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My father, who taught geography, told me that farmers and developers like the same sort of land -- flat, no features, few trees, etc. Farmer additionally cares about the soil.
David
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Perth & Exeter Railway Company
Esquesing & Chinguacousy Radial Railway
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