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Very cool complete scene.
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I recently have started listening to a couple of different model railroad podcasts. One of the most interesting subjects, described in interviews on both the Model Railway Show and also on Model Rail Radio (both on iTunes) was a micro layout called Brooklyn 3Am. http://carendt.us/scrapbook/page87/index.html I cant say enough about how awesome this little scene is, and how it uses a lot of small...

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Update: Random work on several models
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Work on the Get Out and Push RR has been continuing, albeit at a snails pace.  I am working on creating the landforms for the site of my waterfall.  I am finding that it is taking a large number of rock castings and batches of plaster to create the desired effect.  I am also in the process of building the trestle that will support...

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GOP: Module 2 Backdrop Blue and Tunnel Portals
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I have spent quite a bit of time lately working on a module, building the backdrop.  I used luan plywood for it, though in hindsight I think I should have used masonite instead.  The major reason is how flexible the tempered hard board (Masonite) is compared to the plywood.  I primed it and then painted it blue.   I hot glued the two tunnel...

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Update: GOP wiring, track work, fascia
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I have been really busy lately, working on several different projects at once.  Most of the work has been on my home layout, the GOP (Get Out n’ Push). I have completed most of the track, with only two switches left to install and the siding they support.  Wiring has been coming along slowly, in part through waiting for my NCE Power Cab, which...

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