PUERTO SAN LUCAS ON 30
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After the realization of the ON30 LUCKY LUKE layout and OSIRIS layout, I was frustrated to not have done an on30 mexican style layout. I was amazed by the beautiful village of San Lorenzo done by Verne NINER that  I discovered in 2014. I'm also very impressed by the 0n30 mexican style of PUERTO BORRACHO and few others. I want to have mine also in a derelict style, mexican with adobe style building, mexican revolutionary period. Because it's an harbour, I will  have a steamer ferry.

Because I made it for exhibition, I will use the same design in term of size as LUCKY LUKE.

[Image: 52550823960_1b76aea842_z.jpg]Diapositive1 by franck combe, sur Flickr

[Image: 52549882742_6209e0f039_b.jpg]plan blue print by franck combe, sur Flickr

I made the design of the building

This is the fort and the bank

[Image: 52550369146_aceb84fe9f_b.jpg]IMG_0134 by franck combe, sur Flickr

This is the tequila factory and the church

[Image: 52549913802_5d5635d561_b.jpg]IMG_0135 by franck combe, sur Flickr

This is the station

[Image: 52550369121_f4ca762346_c.jpg]IMG_0136 by franck combe, sur Flickr
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#2
Nice choice, I saw Vern's N scale desert layout when I was first getting into the hobby. He changed scale after that and has since passed away. It looks like you have an excellent start on a fun project. Can't wait to see your progress. Worship
Don (ezdays) Day
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founder of the CANYON STATE RAILROAD
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#3
This is the link to the San Lorenzo layout realized by Verne NINER that inspired me and which had been on my mind since its publication in 2014.  I will try to do my layout with this mood.

http://thundermesaminingco.blogspot.com/...renzo.html
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#4
Great looking models and blog.
Tom
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#5
I want to rename my layout with a famous revolutionary name. I make a survey : which is for you the most famous one or just note the first name ? Don't search on google.
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