More pics from me!!!

Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by Xaniel, Aug 27, 2002.

  1. Xaniel

    Xaniel Member

    here's a detail of freight station... yet to finish!!! :D

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  2. Xaniel

    Xaniel Member

    and my trestle bridge... matches, plastruct and balsa wood !

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  3. Xaniel

    Xaniel Member

    another view

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  4. Xaniel

    Xaniel Member

    my freight station again...
  5. Xaniel

    Xaniel Member

    forgot the pic :D

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  6. Xaniel

    Xaniel Member

    tunnel mouth or portal.... matches and balsa wood

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  7. Xaniel

    Xaniel Member

    and the last one...

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  8. Catt

    Catt Guest

    Looking real good Luis.:D
  9. kettlestack

    kettlestack Member

    Luis, my goodness you sure have been busy! The combination of wood and Plastruct in the trestle worked very well.
    That freight station and tunnel portal looks real good.

    Chuckling here at the thought that you might just want to run trains now that you have a general scheme of things in 3D in front of you.

    Well done.

  10. Gavin Miller

    Gavin Miller Member


    I love the fine work you have done on the trestle and the way you have set the benchwork up ready for the "river".

    I want to include a similar "below grade" feature (river or creek) on my *dead flat* NTRAK module just to provide a little visual interest to the topography. I was imagining setting it up much the same as I see you have done. Thanks for the inspiration.

    Share with us when you have "fleshed it out" with scenery, water, etc.

  11. Tyson Rayles

    Tyson Rayles Active Member

    Luis you have really been making progress! :cool: Looking real nice!
  12. cidchase

    cidchase Active Member

    Xaniel, you've got "the touch", my friend. It's very interesting watching your layout evolve. Keep those photos coming!!
    I like your portals a lot!! And the rest, as well. Great trestle!!
    :) :) :)

    From Olive Branch,

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