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Scenery Base at the Wye229 views
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Landscaping at North Junction91 viewsGradually this scene is coming together.
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The completed drainage ditch at Ridgeley109 viewsTrees added to camouflage a hole in the side of the building, various debris items more properly weathered, and clear acrylic gloss applied (still wet) in the ditch.
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Bridge Work at Williamsport Junction147 views
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Highway bridge at Williamsport Jct.114 viewsI built up a bridge abutment for the long washed out bridge (actually never built) at the west leg of Williamsport Jct. This will be a great place to railfan!
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Bulk Chinese Cars90 viewsCheap, too modern, good source of improved wheels.
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Drainage Ditch at Ridgeley103 viewsMy daughter and I commenced to creating a superfund site behind the car shop at Ridgeley yard.
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Julie makes a little pollution116 viewsDaughter Julie, age 11, installs some plants and junk in the new drainage ditch at Ridgeley yard.
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Trix Sedans with new wheels91 viewsWheels/frames donated from bulk cheap Chinese cars
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Wheels, before and after90 views
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Trees152 viewsSubmerge the assembled stem into the matte medium solution completely. This assures that the seedpods will be sealed in place, and the stems will become less brittle. This helps the rest of the process, and makes them more durable after they're installed on the layout.
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Trees142 viewsYou can see the various layers of foliage that are created when the different stems are glued together to create a single trunk.
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Trees125 viewsSeparate the smaller stems from the main. These will then be selected for shape and size, then glued and clipped together to create the tree armature. I usually combine two or three stems to create a scale tree.
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Drying Rack135 viewsI use a plastic tray that original held potted plants from the garden store. By placing it top down, you can set the clipped stems so the excess medium solution drains through to the newspaper below.
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Reference shot152 viewsJuly 2006, Allegheny Portage Railroad NHS.
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Cinder Bed under ballast157 viewsI like the way this looks... I'll be doing more on the existing section.
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